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Horticultural Services 

Smithsonian Institution i 

Washington, D. C. 20560 



Plant Inventory No. 174 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Washington, D.C., April 1, 1969 




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PLANT MATERIAL INTRODUCED JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 196$ 
(NOS. 310336 TO 317903) 



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CONTENTS 



Inventory 

Index of common and scientific names. 



Page 



302 



This inventory, No. 174, lists the plant material (Nos. 310336 
to 317903) received by the New Crops Research Branch, Crops 
Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, during the 
period from January 1 to December 31, 1966. The inventory is a 
historical record of plant material introduced for Department and 
other specialists, and is not to be considered as a list of plant 
material for distribution. 

The species names used are those under which the plant material 
was received. These have been corrected only for spelling, au- 
thorities, and obvious synonymy. Questions related to the names 
published in the inventory and obvious errors should be directed 
to the author. If misidentification is apparent, please submit an 
herbarium specimen with flowers and fruit for reidentification. 



Howard L. Hyland, 

Botanist 



Plant Industry Station 
Beltsville, Md. 



INVENTORY 

310336. Magnolia guatemalensis Donn. Sm. Magnoliaceae. 

From Guatemala. Budsticks presented by Chris Hempstead, Guatemala City. 
Received Jan. 4, 1966. 

Collected at Chipoc, Coban. Elevation 4,500 feet; average rainfall 140 
inches per year. 

310337 to 310339. Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. Alfalfa. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by Antonio Bermejo, Agricultural Attache of 
the Embassy of Spain, Washington, D.C. Received Jan. 5, 1966. 

310337. 'Aragon'. 

310338. 'Mediterranea'. 

310339. Tierra de Campos'. 

310340 to 310358. 

From India. 
Bengal. 

310340. Daphne sp. Thymelaeaceae. 

310341. Euonymus frigidus Wall, in Roxb. Celastraceae. 

310342. Gaultheria hookeri C. B. Clarke Ericaceae. 

310343. Gaultheria nummularioides D. Don 

310344. Gaultheria pyroloides Hook, f . & Thorns. 

310345. Gaultheria trichophylla Royle 

310346. Hypericum hookerianum Wight & Arn. Guttiferae. 

Hookers St.-Johns-wort. 

Lonicera sp. Caprifoliaceae. 
Meconopsis wallichii Hook. Papaveraceae. 
Potentilla fulgens Wall, ex Hook. Rosaceae. 
Primula petiolaris Wall. Primulaceae. 



Plants presented by the Lloyd Botanic Garden, Darjeeling, West 
Received Dec. 13, 1965. Numbered Jan. 5, 1966. 



310347. 
310348. 
310349. 
310350. 
310351. 

310352. 
310353. 
310354. 
310355. 
310356. 
310357. 
310358. 



Satinpoppy. 
Cinquefoil. 



Rhododendron arboreum J. E. Smith. 



Ericaceae. 

Tree rhododendron. 



Rhododendron barbatum Wall, ex Don 
Rhododendron cinnabarinum Hook, f . 
Rhododendron falconeri Hook. f. 

RHODODEDRON GRANDE Wight 

Rhododendron setosum Don 

Vaccinum retusum (Griff.) Hook, f . Ericaceae. 

Vaccinum serratum (Don) Wight 



310359 to 310434. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 
tanical Garden of the Scientific Academy, 
Code numbers recorded in Garden's 1965 
Jan. 6, 1966. 



Seeds presented by the Bo- 
Taschkent, Karamurtskaia. 
Index Seminum. Received 



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4 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310359 to 310434— Continued 

310359. Abies sibirica Ledeb. Pinaceae. 
Nol. 

310360. Acer mono Maxim. Aceraceae. Mono maple. 
No. 1121. 

310361. Acer semenovii Regel & Herd. 
No. 672. 

310362. Acer turkestanicum Pax 
No. 673. 

310363. Aellenia glauca (M.Bieb.) Aellen. Chenopodiaceae. 
No. 345. 

310364. Aeluropus repens (Desf.) Pari. Gramineae. 
No. 19. 

310365. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. 

Crested wheatgrass. 
No. 1979. 

310366. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. 

Standard wheatgrass. 
No. 20. 

310367. Agropyron elongatum (Host) Beauv. 
No. 1980. 

310368. Agropyron junceum (L.) Beauv. 
No. 1981. 

310369 and 310370. Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. & Schult. 

310369. No. 21. 

310370. No. 1982. 

310371. Agropyron pungens (Pers.) Roem. & Schult. 
No. 1983. 

310372. Ailanthus altissima (Mill.) Swingle Simaroubaceae. 

Tree-of-heaven. 

No. 1134. 

310373. Ailanthus giraldii Dode 
No. 1135. 

310374. Ailanthus vilmoriniana Dode 
No. 1136. 

310375. Alopecurus myosuroides Huds. Gramineae. 
No. 1999. 

310376. Alopecurus pratensis L. Meadow foxtail. 
No. 23. 

310377. Amelanchier spicata (Lam.) K. Koch. Rosaceae. 
No. 1148. 

310378. Aristida adscensionis L. Gramineae. 
No. 29. 

310379. Aristida coerulescens Desf. 
No. 2025. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 6 6 5 

310359 to 310434— Continued 

310380. Aristida karelinii (Trin. &Rupr.) Roshev. 
No. 30. 

310381. Aristida oligantha Michx. 
No. 2026. 

310382. Aristida plumosa L. var. intermedia Litw. 
No. 2027. 

310383. Atriplex hortensis L. Chenopodiaceae. Garden orach. 
No. 2046. 

310384. Betula humilis Schrank Betulaceae. 
No. 1220. 

310385. Betula kirghisorum Sawicz 
No. 307. 

310386. Betula procurva Litw. 
No. 308. 

310387. Betula turkestanica Litw. 
No. 309. 

310388. Caragana boisii Schneid. Leguminosae. 
No. 1247. 

310389. Caragana brevispina Royle ex Benth. 
No. 1248. 

310390. Caragana sp. 
No. 1246. 

310391. Coronilla scorpioides (L.) Koch Leguminosae. 
No. 2136. 

310392. Crepis kotschyana Boiss. Compositae. 
No. 1000. 

310393. Dactylis voronovii Ovcz. Gramineae. 

No. 54. 

310394 and 310395. Elaeagnus angustifolia L. Elaeagnaceae. 

Russian-olive. 

310394. No. 695. 

310395. No. 696. 

310396. Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb. Autumn elaeagnus. 

No. 1487. 

310397. Enneapogon persicum Boiss. Gramineae. 
No. 64. 

310398. Ephedra ciliata C. A. Mey. Gnetaceae. 
No. 6. 

310399. Ephedra intermedia Schrenk & Mey. 
No. 7. 

310400. Ehpedra strobilacea Bunge. 
No. 8. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



310359 to 310434— Continued 

310401. Epilobium minutiflorum Haussk.- Onagraceae. 
No. 698. 

310402. Epilobium parviflorum Schreb. 
No. 699. 

310403. Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees Gramineae. 

Weeping lovegrass. 
No. 2178. 

310404. Eragrostis starosselskyi Grossh. 
No. 66. 

310405. Eragrostis cf . suaveolens Becker ex Claus. 
No. 2177. 

310406. Eurotia ceratoides (L.) Meyer Chenopodiaceae. 
No. 350. 

310407. Eurotia eversmanniana Stzhegl. 
No. 351. 

310408. Kochia prostrata (L.) Schrad. Chenopodiaceae. 
No. 2273. 

310409. Lespedeza cuneata (Dumont) G. Don Leguminosae. 
No. 1564. 

310410. Lolium persicum Boiss. & Hohen. Gramineae. 
No. 96. 

310411. Lolium remotum Schrenk. 
No. 97. 

310412. Lotus frondosus Freyn. Leguminosae. 
No. 607. 

310413. Lotus ornithopodioides L. 
No. 2305. 

310414. Physocarpus amurensis Maxim. Rosaceae. Ninebark. 
No. 1680. 

310415. Physocarpus opulifolius (L.) Maxim. 
No. 1681. 

310416. Physocarpus ribesifolius Kom. 
No. 1682. 

310417. Physocarpus stellatus (Rydb.) Rehd. 
No. 1683. 

310418. Rhamnus sp. Rhamnaceae. 
No. 1728. 

310419. Rhamnus utilis Dene. Buckthorn. 
No. 1729. 

310420. Roegneria drobovii (Nevski) Nevski Gramineae. 
No. 125. 

310421. Roegneria interrupta (Nevski) Nevski 
No. 126. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 7 

310359 to 310434— Continued 

310422. Roegneria schugnanica (Nevski) Nevski 
No. 127. 

310423. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 
No. 2458. 

310424. Spiraea x bumaldi Burv. Rosaceae. 
No. 1870. 

310425. Spiraea x cantoniensis Lour. Reeves spirea. 
No. 1871. 

310426. Spiraea x pikoviensis Besser 
No. 1881. 

310427. Sporobolus indicus (L.) R. Br. Gramineae. Dropseed. 
No. 2491. 

310428. Sporobolus tenacissimus Beauv. 
No. 2492. 

310429. Stipa kirghisorum P. Smirn. Gramineae. 
No. 137. 

310430. Stipa sp. 
No. 2496. 

310431. Tetragonolobus siliquosus (L.) Roth Leguminosae. 
No. 2306. 

310432. Ulmus pumila L. Ulmaceae. Chinese elm. 
No. 1909. 

310433. Viburnum burejaeticum Regl. & Herd. Caprifoliaceae. 

Manchurian viburnum. 

No. 1911. 

310434. Viburnum rhytidophyllum Hemsl. Caprifoliaceae. 

Leatherleaf viburnum. 

No. 1916. 

310435. Capsicum frutescens L. Solanaceae. Redpepper. 

From Mexico. Seeds presented by E. M. LeBaron, Magdalena, Sonora. 
Numbered Jan. 7, 1966. 

G15199. Plant to 50 cm. high, branches few, vigorous. Flowers large, 
white. Fruit 12.5 by 3.0 cm., oblong, black, glossy, hot. Drought tolerant. 

310436. Magnolia grandiflora L. Magnoliaceae. 

From Algeria. Seeds presented by the Jardin d'Essais du Hamma, Centre de 
Researches, Agronomiques d'Algerie, Hamma. Received Jan. 7, 1965. 

310437. Vernonia anthelmintica (L.) Willd. Compositae. 

Iron weed. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Theodore Hymowitz, Instituto de Pesquisas, 
IRI, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Jan. 7, 1966. 

310438 to 310441. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

Soybean. 

From the Philippines. Seeds presented by Y. H. Yang, Food and Agriculture 
Organization of the United Nations, Bayambang, Luzon. Received Jan. 
7, 1966. 



8 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310438 to 310441— Continued 

310438. 'Kaohsiung No. 5'. Taiwan University, China. 

310439. 'Mission'. New Guinea. 

310440. 'One Hundred Beautiful Girls'. Taiwan, China. 

310441. 'Red Branch'. Taiwan, China. 

310442 to 310449. VlTis VINIFERA L. Vitaceae. 

European grape. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuttings presented by the 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received May 13 and 20, 1965. 
Numbered Jan. 7, 1966. 

310442. 'Aromatnyi'. 310446. 'Nuhurskii krupnyi'. 

310443. 'Bakhtiori'. 310447. 'Olivet chernyi'. 

310444. 'Derzhanka'. 310448. 'Rkatsileti'. 

310445. 'Khodsha Okhri\ 310449. 'Urumyuzum'. 

310450 to 310456. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by P. I. Pryke, Plant Breeding Laboratory, 
Burnley Gardens, Victoria. Original seed from Union of Soviet Socialist 
Republics. Received Jan. 7, 1966. 

Parent plants inoculated in stem with halo blight. 

Resistant to Race 1. 

310450. 10285. 'Arneanskija Krasnaja'. 

310451. 8940/19305. 'Krasnodar Skaja 19305'. 

310452. 2060. 'Kirooskaja Vizuscyasja'. 

310453. 10726. 'Noldavakaja Uluecsinnaji'. 

310454. 10360/4. 'Savi Kharkovskaja'. 
Susceptible to Race 1. 

310455. 10230/517. 'Felenostronaja 517'. 

310456. 10733/302. 'Osetinskaja 302'. 
310457 and 310458. 

From Thailand. Seeds presented by John David Finlay, Robbins and McGowin 
Company, Brewton, Ala. Received Jan. 7, 1966. 

310457. Pinus insularis Endl. Pinaceae. Benguet pine. 

310458. Pinus merkusii Jungh. & DeVr. Pinaceae. Pine. 

310459 to 310465. Trifolium pratense L. Leguminosae. 

Red clover. 

From Switzerland. Seeds presented by the Swiss Experiment Station for 
Agriculture, Zurich-Oerlikon. Received Jan. 7, 1966. 

310459. 'Dettenbuhl'. 310463. 'Roggo'. 

310460. 'Estermann'. 310464. 'Rutti'. 

310461. 'Leisi'. 310465. 'Wild red'. 

310462. 'Renova'. 

310466. Chenopodium quinoa Willd. Chenopodiaceae. 

Quinoa. 

From the United States. Seeds grown at North Central Regional Plant In- 
troduction Station, Ames, Iowa. Numbered Jan. 7, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 9 

310466— Continued 

Original seed collected in Peru by Glenn Viehmeyer, North Platte Experi- 
ment Station, North Platte, Nebr. Annual to 5 feet high, Seeds extensively 
eaten in South America. 

310467 and 310468. SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L. Solanaceae. 

Potato. 

From the Netherlands. Tubers presented by Wolf & Wolf, Amsterdam. Re- 
ceived Jan. 10, 1966. 

310467. 'Desiree'. 

310468. 'Urgenta'. 

310469 and 310470. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From France. Seeds presented by Vilmorin-Andrieux, Paris. Received Jan. 
10, 1966. 

310469. 'Case Knife or White Dutch'. 

310470. 'Soissons Large White Runner'. 

310471. Triticum dicoccum L. Gramineae. 

From India. Seeds presented by the Division of Plant Introduction, Indian 
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received Jan. 10, 1966. 

E. 56. 'Khapli'. 

310472 to 310478. Hibiscus ESCULENTUS L. Malvaceae. Okra. 

From India. Seeds presented by the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received Jan. 10, 1966. 

310472. Tusa Sawani'. Popular commercial variety released by Indian 
Agricultural Research Institute. 

310473. Selection 11-7. Round fruited. 

310474. Selection 54-3-9 X PS. Hairy. 

310475. I. C. 1542. 'Best-F. Multi-edged. 

310476. I. C. 7194. Hairy, resistant to Jassid. 

310477. I. C. 8248. Dwarf, multi-edged. 

310478. I. C. 9273. Red fruit. 

310479. Cicer arietinum L. Leguminosae. Chickpea. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by R. S. Matlock, Oklahoma State 
University, Stillwater, Okla. Numbered Jan. 10, 1966. 

CP-36. India. 

310480 and 310481. Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. 

From France. Seeds presented by Secobra, Societe d'Encouragement de la 
Culture des Orges de Brasserie, Maule. Received Jan. 10, 1966. 

310480. 'Finistere 62-3'. 

310481. 'MacroglurmV. 

310482 and 310483. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by the Central Experimental Farm, Research 
Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. Received Jan. 10, 
1966. 

310482. Festuca elatior L. Gramineae. 
'Mimer'. 



10 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310482 and 310483— Continued 

310483. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. Birdsfoot trefoil. 
'Viking'. 

310484 to 310486. Brassica oleracea var. capitata L. Cruci- 
ferae. Cabbage. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by the Central Experimental Farm, Research 
Brand* . Canada Department of Agriculture. Morden, Manitoba. Received 
Jan, 10, 1968. 

310484. 'Junior'. 

310485. 'Little Leaguer*. 
310 186. Tee Wee'. 

310487. Gossypium hirsutum L. Malvaceae. Upland cotton. 

From Malta. Seeds presented by J. J. Conroy, American Embassy, Valletta. 
Received Jan. 10, 1966. 

'Acala 4-42'. 

310488. Capsicum annuum var. minimum (mill.) Heis. Solana- 
ceae. Chiltapin. 

From Mexico. Fruits collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Jan. 
10, 1966. 

Col. No. 21930. San Bernardo, Sonora. Short-tree forest area. Elevation 
310 meters. Plant slender, virgate shrub to 1.5 meter high. Fruit small, red 
berry used for seasoning. 

310489 to 310493. Solanum phureja Juz. & Buk. Solanaceae. 

From Columbia. Tubers presented by the Rockefeller Foundation, Bogota. 
Received Jan. 10, 1966. 



310489. 


C.C.C. No. 1339. 'Criolla'. 




310490. 


C.C.C. No. 1350. 'Limona or Amarilla'. 


Lago de Tota. 


310491. 


C.C.C. No. 1386. KSD-117. 




310492. 


C.C.C. No. 1388. KSD-122. 




310493. 


C.C.C. No. 1395. KSD-39. 





310494 to 310510. 

From the United States. Plant material collected in Oregon by R. L. Ticknor 
and W. A. Sheets, North Willamette Experiment Station, Aurora, Oreg. 
Numbered Jan. 10, 1966. • 

310494. Ceanothus diversifolius Keller Rhamnaceae. 

Col. No. 111. Parker Mountain Summit on Oregon 66, 22.3 miles west 
of Keno, Klamath County. Elevation 4,362 feet. Leaves 22 by 33 mm. 

310495 to 310497. Ceanothus fresnensis Dudley 

310495. Col. No. 109. State highway maintenance area 0.3 mile east of 
34 mile post on Oregon 66, Klamath County. Elevation 4,400 meters. 
Leaves 18 by 40 mm. 

Parker Mountain Summit on Oregon 66, 22.3 miles west of Keno, 
Klamath County. 

310496. Col. No. 110. Leaves 9 by 26 mm., small for the area. 

310497. Col. No. 112. Leaves 19 by 26 mm. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 11 

310494 to 310510— Continued 

310498 to 310510. Ceanothus prostratus Benth. 

North Umpqua highway 3 miles east of Clearwater No. 1 Power House, 
Douglas County. Elevation 4,760 feet. 

310498. Col. No. 89. Leaves 9 by 19 mm. Plant 2.44 meters across. 

310499. Col. No. 90. Leaves 16 by 31 mm. 

310500. Col. No. 91. Leaves 16 by 31 mm. 

310501. Col. No. 92. Leaves 16 by 33 mm. 

310502. Col. No. 96. Sun Pass on Oregon 232, Klamath County. Ele- 
vation 4,770 feet. Leaves 20 by 30 mm. 

Doak Mountain 14 miles from Link River Bridge on Lake of the Woods 
road, Klamath County. Elevation 4,830 feet. 

310503. Col. No. 98. Leaves 18 by 27 mm., bluish green. 

310504. Col. No. 99. Leaves 9 by 21 mm. 

On Oregon 66, 4.5 miles west of Keno, Klamath County. Elevation 4,300 
feet. 

310505. Col. No. 102. Leaves 10 by 25 mm., upright spurs. 

310506. Col. No. 103. Leaves 12 by 25 mm. 

Hayden Summit on Oregon 66, Klamath County. Elevation 4,695 feet. 

310507. Col. No. 104. Leaves 18 by 30 mm. 

310508. Col. No. 105. Leaves 11 by 30 mm. 

310509. Col. No. 108. State highway maintenance area 0.3 mile east of 
34 mile post on Oregon 66, Klamath County. Elevation 4,400 feet. 
Leaves 19 by 46 mm. 

310510. Col. No. 113. Parker Mountain Summit on Oregon 66, 22.3 miles 
west of Keno, Klamath County. Elevation 4,362 feet. Leaves 17 by 
40 mm. 

310511 and 310512. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected by George Freytag, Escuela Agricola Pan- 
Americana, Tegucigalpa. Received Jan. 11, 1966. 

310511. 'Calima'. 

310512. 'Nima'. 

310513 to 310604. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received 
Jan. 11, 1966. 

310513. Col. No. 20748. Copan, Copan Department. Elevation 1,800 feet. 
Small, black, variable pods, whitish purple, streaked. 

310514. Col. No. 20786. Near La Labor along road to Ocotopeque. Ele- 
vation 2,500 feet. Small, dark reddish brown; pod color varies. Mixed 
varieties. 

310515. Col. No. 21469. Market in Talanga. Elevation 2,500 feet. Small, 
red to brown, bush type. 

310516. Col. No. 21470. Restaurant in Talanga. Elevation 2,500 feet. 
Small, red to brownish, bush type. 

Juticalpa, Olancho Department. Elevation 1,000 feet. May to September. 



12 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310513 to 310604— Continued 

310517. Col. No. 21476. Uniform, dark red. 

310518. Col. No. 21477. Small, well rounded; red, some mixed colors, bush 
type. 

310519. Col. No. 21478. Santa Maria Real, Olancho Department. Eleva- 
tion 1,200 feet. 'Mono'. Small, dull black, bush type. May to Sep- 
tember. 

Catacamas, Olancho Department. Elevation 1,200 feet. May to September. 

310520. Col. No. 21479. Tondo' and 'Mono'. Mixed. 

310521. Col. No. 21480. Dark red, bush type. 

310522. Col. No. 21481. 'Mono'. Black, bush type. 

310523. Col. 21482. Light red to dark red, bush type. 

310524. CoL No. 21483. Guaimaca, Francisco Department. Elevation 
1,000 feet. Small, dark red, bush type. May to September. 

Minas de Oro, Comayagua Department. Elevation 2,800 feet. May to 
September. 

'Vaina blanca'. Red with white pods, bush type. 

Dark to light red, bush type. 

'Pando\ Small, elongate, uniform, black, bush 



310525. 


Col. 


No. 21484. 


310526. 


Col. 


No. 21486. 


310527. 


Col. 


No. 21487. 


type. 






310528. 


Col. 


No. 21488. 


310529. 


Col. 


No. 21489. 


310530. 


Col. 


No. 21490. 


310531. 


Col. 


No. 21491. 



'Liberal'. Mixed, red, bush type. 
Small, red, bush type. 
Mixed, black, bush type. 

'Liberal obscuro'. Small, dark red, bush type. 
Porvenir, Francisco Department. Elevation 1,600 feet. Bush type. 

310532. Col. No. 21492. Small, variable, reddish brown. May to Septem- 
ber. 

310533. Col. No. 21493. Tando\ Small, elongate, black. May to Sep- 
tember. 

310534. Col. No. 21495. Siria en Valle Cedros, Francisco Department. 
Elevation 2,000 feet. 'Chingo'. Small, variable, red, bush type. May to 
September. 

Cedros, Francisco Department. Elevation 2,400 feet. 

310535. Col. No. 21496. 'Zamorano'. Mixed, red, bush. May to Sep- 
tember. 

310536. Col. No. 21497. 'Liberal', Small,, light to dark red, bush type. 
May to September, 

310537. Col. No. 21498. Small white. 

310538. Col. No. 21499. Dark, dusty red, bush type. 

Market in Comayaguela, Central District. Elevation 2,500 feet. Bush 
types. 

Dark red. 

Dark red. 

Well filled, dark red. 

Uniform, well filled, dark red. 

Red, mixed with variegated. 

Well filled, black. 



310539. 


Col. No. 21500. 


310540. 


Col. No. 21501. 


310541. 


Col. No. 21502. 


310542. 


Col. No. 21503. 


310543. 


Col. No. 21504, 


310544. 


Col. No. 21505. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



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310513 to 310604— Continued 

310545. Col. No. 21506. Black. 

310546. Col. No. 21507. 

310547. Col. No. 21508. 

310548. Col. No. 21509. 

310549. Col. No. 21510. 

310550. Col. No. 21511 



Elevation 3,000 feet. 



Dark red. 

Uniform, well filled, dark red mixed with black. 
Small, red. 
Uniform, pink. 

Comali near San Marcos, Choluteca Department. 
Small oblong, red, bush type, terminal runners, 



Elevation 3,000 feet. May to Sep- 



flowers white, fading yellow. 

San Marcos, Choluteca Department, 
tember. 

310551. Col. No. 21512. Small, dark red, color variations. 

310552. Col. No. 21513. Variable. 

Lejamani, Comayagua Department. Elevation, 2,000 feet. 



310553. Col. No. 21645. 

310554. Col. No. 21646. 

310555. Col. No. 21647, 
bush type. 

310556. Col. No. 21650. 

310557. Col. No. 21651. 
La Paz, Comayagua Department 

310558. Col. No. 21652. 'Rico'. 

310559. Col. No. 21653. 

310560. Col. No. 21654. 
Ajuterique, Comayagua. 

310561. Col. No. 21656. 

310562. Col. No. 21657. 

310563. Col. No. 21658 



'Teneco'. Black, vine type. 

'de Malpa'. Small, black. 

'Sangre de Toro'. Dark red and light red mixed, 



'Maton'. Dark red, bush type. 
Small, black. 

Elevation 2,000 feet. Bush type. 
Small, uniform, black. 
'Colorado'. Small, red and black mixed. 
'Talete'. Small, rounded, red, variable. 
Elevation 2,000 feet. 

Small, uniform, well filled, black, bush type. 
Small, angular, red, bush type. 
'Arbolita'. Black. Bush erect with thick, strong 



stems. Disease resistant. 

310564. Col. No. 21659. 'Maton'. Red, bush type, mixed color and sizes. 
San Antonio, Comayagua Department. Elevation 2,000 feet. Bush type. 

310565. Col. No. 21660. Dark red. 

310566. Col. No. 21661. Small, red, variable. 

310567. Col. No. 21662. Small, dark red. 

310568. Col. No. 21663. San Jose, Comayagua Department. Elevation 
2,000 feet. Dark red, bush type. 

Las Flores, Comayagua Department. Elevation 1,700 to 2,000 feet. Bush 
type. 

Small, red variable. 

Small, dark red, variable. 

Dark red. 

Small, red. 

Las Mercedes, Comayagua Department. Eleva- 
tion 2,000 feet. 'Arbolito'. Small, uniform, rounded, black, grown on 
bushlet, strong, erect, flowers purple. 

Market in Comayagua. Elevation 1,700 feet. 



310569. 


Col. 


No. 


21664. 


310570. 


Col. 


No. 


21665. 


310571. 


Col. 


No. 


21666. 


310572. 


Col. 


No. 


21667. 


310573. 


Col. 


No 


. 21668 



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310513 to 310604— Continued 

310574. Col. No. 21669. 'Zamorano'. 

310575. Col. No. 21670. 

310576. Col. No. 21671. 

310577. Col. No. 21672. 

310578. Col. No. 21673. 

310579. Col. No. 21674. 

310580. Col. No. 21676. 

310581. Col. No. 21677. 

310582. Col. No. 21678. 

310583. Col. No. 21679. 

310584. Col. No. 21680. 
Jesus de Otoro, Intibuca Department. 

310585. Col. No. 21681. 'Colorado'. 



Red, bush type. 
Small, black. 
Red, variable, bush type. 

'Zamorano'. Well filled, dark red, bush type. 
'Matron'. Small, red, variable, bush type. 
'Cojeton'. Greasy, black. 
Red, mixed colors and sizes, bush type. 
Well filled, black. 
White. 

Black with white pods. 
'Charana'. Small, shiny, red, bush type. 
Elevation 1,700 feet. 
Light red mixed with other colors, 



Small, red, mixed sizes, bush type, 



bush to semibush types. 

310586. Col. No. 21682. 'Sangre de Toro'. Dark red mixed with other 
colors, bush and semibush. 

310587. Col. No. 21683. Talete'. 
August to November. 

310588. Col. No. 21684. 
Col. No. 21685. 
Col. No. 21686. 
Col. No. 21687 



310589. 
310590. 

310591. 

size. 

310592. 



'Talete'. Uniform, black, bush type. 
'Mezela'. Various colors, bush type. 
Light red bush type. 
'Milpero'. Round, well-filled, dark, variable in 



Col. No. 21688. 



Well-filled, dark red. 
Siguatepeque, Comayagua Department. Elevation 3,500 feet. 
310593. Col. No. 21690. Uniform, well-rounded, black. 

Talete'. Red, bush type. 

Talete'. 

Matron 

Talete'. 

Talete'. 

Balin'. 

Stica'. 



310594. 
310595. 
310596. 
310597. 
310598. 
310599. 
310600. 
310601. 
310602. 
310603. 
310604. 



Col. No. 21691. 
Col. No. 21692. 
Col. No. 21693. 
Col. No. 21694. 
Col. No. 21695. 
Col. No. 21696. 
Col. No. 21697. 
Col. No. 21698. 
Col. No. 21699. 
Col. No. 21700. 
Col. No. 21701. 



Red, mixed sizes and shades. 
Small, light red, variable, bush type. 
Small, uniform, black. 
Small, red, bush type. 
Small, uniform, black. 
Red. 

Black and red mixture. 
'Comun'. Small, pale red, bush type. 
'Colocho'. Small, uniform, black. 
'Stica'. Well filled,' variable red. 



310605 to 310619. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Jan. 
11, 1966. 

310605 and 310606. Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray Leguminosae. 
Market in Tapachula, Chiapas. Elevation 500 feet. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



15 



310605 to 310619— Continued 

310605 and 310606 — Continued 

Col. No. 21340. 'Escumite 



Small, light colored, speckled or 



310605. 

tan. 

310606. Col. No. 21350. 'Escumite'. Small, speckled. 

310607 to 310619. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

310607. Col. No. 21110. About 6.5 miles northwest of Zamora, Michoa- 



can. Elevation 5,200 feet. 
Flowers white. 



Tlor de Mayo'. Small, pinkish, bush type. 



Market in Tapachula, Chiapas. Elevation 500 feet. 

310608. Col. No. 21336. 'Frijol del suelo'. Full, uniform, black. 

Col. No. 21337. 'Frijol del suelo'. Small, shiny black. 

Col. No. 21338. 'Frijol rosita'. Small, uniform, red. 

Col. No. 21339. 'Frijol de bara'. Dark purplish black. 

Col. No. 21341. 'Frijol del suelo'. Common, black. 

Col. No. 21343. 'Frijol cacahuat'. Long, large, pale red, pole 



310609. 
310610. 
310611. 
310612. 

S10613. 

type. 

310614. 
310615. 



Col. No. 21344. 

Col. No. 21345. 
with red spots. 

310616. Col. No. 21346. 

310617. Col. No. 21347. 

310618. Col. No. 21348. 

310619. Col, No. 21351. 
lavender. 



'Frijol de bara'. Uniform, well filled, black. 
'Frijol cacahuate'. Large, long, light colored 

Small, red. 

Common, black, bush type. 

'Frijol vaquita'. White with red spots. 

'Ojo de lievre'. Large, long, pale speckled with 



310620 to 310799. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Jan. 12, 1966. 

310620 to 310627. Phaseolus lunatus L. Leguminosae. Lima bean. 

310620. Col. No. 20893. Market in Cuilapa, Santa Rosa Department. 
Elevation 2,500 feet. 'Piligue'. Large, mixed black and red. 

310621. Col. No. 20920. Market in Jalapa. Elevation 5,300 feet. 
'Pelique'. Black. 

310622. Col. No. 20966. Market in Zacapa. Elevation 600 feet. Black, 
pole type. 

Market in Coban, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

310623. Col. No. 20992. 'Ixtapacal'. Thin, black. 

310624. Col. No. 20993. 'Ixtapacal'. Black. 

310625. Col. No. 20995. 'Ixtapacal'. Black. 

310626. Col. No. 21013. Market in San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz Depart- 
ment. Elevation 4,500 feet. 'Ixtapacal'. Black. 

310627. Col. No. 21437. Indian market in Aguacatan, Huehuetenango 
Department. Elevation 6,000 feet. 'Chaparota'. Black. 

310628 to 310799. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

Market in Chichicastenango, Quiche Department. Elevation 7,000 feet. 

310628. Col. No. 20817. Round, white. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



310620 to 310799— Continued 

310628 to 310799— Continued 

310629. Col. No. 20818. Small, black, pole type. 



Thick, roundish, white. 

Roundish, black, pole type. 

Small, black, bush type. 

Brindled gray and black, pole type. Rare. 

White, bush type. Common. 

Shiny, black, pole type. 

Slender, white, bush type. 

Small, yellow. 

Full round, white. Common. 

Small, black mixed with dark red. 

Mixture of varieties and colors. Pole type. 

Small, slender, tan and yellow. 

Thick roundish, black. 
Market in Quezaltenango. Elevation 6,000 feet. 
210643. Col. No. 20842. Round, black. 

Mixed sizes white, bush type. 

Size and shape uniform. Black. 

Yellow with some reds. 

Yellow, probably bush type. 

Black. 
Mixed sizes, white, some dun colored. 
Panajachel, Solola Department. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

310650. Col. No. 20851. Black, pole type. 

310651. Col. No. 20853. Seeds black, pods purple, bush type. 
Market in Solola. Elevation 7,500 feet. 

310652. Col. No. 20854. Black. 
Black. 
Black. 

White, bush type. 
Black. 

Tecpan, Chimaltenango Department. Elevation 6,500 feet. 

310657. Col. No. 20859. White, bush type. 

310658. Col. No. 20861. Black. 

Parramos, Chimaltenango Department. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

310659. Col. No. 20863. Small, black, bush type. Cooks quickly. 

310660. Col. No. 20864. White, bush type. 
Market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

310661. Col. No. 20865. Small, black. 

310662. Col. No. 20866. Said to be grown in Isapa. 

310663. Col. No. 20867. Black. 



310630. 
310631. 
310632. 
310633. 
310634. 
310635. 
310636. 
310637. 
310638. 
310639. 
310640. 
310641. 
310642. 



310644. 
310645. 
310646. 
310647. 
310648. 
310649. 



Col. No. 20820. 
Col. No. 20821. 
Col. No. 20822. 
Col. No. 20823. 
Col. No. 20824. 
Col. No. 20825. 
Col. No. 20826. 
Col. No. 20827. 
Col. No. 20828. 
Col. No. 20829. 
Col. No. 20832. 
Col. No. 20833. 
Col. No. 20835. 



Col. No. 20844. 
Col. No. 20845. 
Col. No. 20846. 
Col. No. 20847. 
Col. No. 20849. 
Col. No. 20851A. 



310653. 


Col. 


No. 


20855. 


310654. 


Col. 


No. 


20856. 


310655. 


Col. 


No. 


20857. 


310656. 


Col. 


No. 


20858. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 6 



17 



310620 to 310799— Continued 
310628 to 310799— Continued 

310684. Col. No. 20868. White. Said to be grown in Parramos. 

Col. No. 20869. Black. Said to be grown in Santa Maria de 



310665. 

Jesus. 

Market in Barberena, Santa Rosa Department 

310666. Col. No. 20872. Black. 

310667. Col. No. 20873. 

310668. Col. No. 20874. 

310669. Col. No. 20875. 

310670. Col. No. 20877. 

310671. Col. No. 20878. 

310672. Col. No, 20879. 

310673. Col. No. 20880. 

310674. Col, No. 20882. 

310675. Col. No. 20883. 

310676. Col. No. 20884. 

310677. Col. No. 20885. 



Elevation 3,000 x'aet. 



Black. 

Small, black. 

Black, probably bush type. 

Bright red, bush type. 

Small, black. 

Black. 

Small, red, bush type. 

Small, red brindled, bush type. 

Small, uniform, black. 

White, bush type. 

Small, black, bush type. 



Market in Cuilapa, Santa Rosa Department. Elevation 2,500 feet. 

310678. Col. No. 20889. Black. 

310679. Col. No. 20890. Small, dark red, bush type. 

310680. Col. No. 20891. Black. 

310681. Col. No. 20892. Small, red, bush type. 

310682. Col. No. 20894. White, pole type. 

310683. Col. No. 20895. Medium sized, bright black, pole type. 

310684. Col. No. 20897. Small, dark red, pole type. 

310685. Col. No. 20898. Medium sized, shiny, black, pole type. 
Market in Jutiapa, Jutiapa Department. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

310686. Col. No. 20899. Small, dusky, black, bush type. 

310687. Col. No. 20901. Small, white, pole type. 

310688. Col. No. 20902. White, bush type. Common. 

310689. Col. No. 20903. Black, bush type. 

310690. Col. No. 20904. Medium sized, dusky, black, bush type. 

310691. Col. No. 20905. Small, black, bush type. 

310692. Col. No. 20906. Market in Progreso, Jutiapa Department, 
vation 3,000 feet. Small, dull black, bush type. 

Valle Monjos, Jalapa Department. Elevation 3,500 feet. 

310693. Col. No. 20908-A. Small, black. 

310694. Col. No. 20909. Black, bush type. 

Market in Jalapa, Jalapa Department. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

310695. Col. No. 20911. Small, black with white eye, pole type. 

310696. Col. No. 20913. Small, black, bush type. 

310697. Col. No. 20916. Small, black. 



Ele- 



18 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310620 to 310799— Continued 

310628 to 310799— Continued 

310698. Col. No. 20919. Small, black, bush type. 

310699. Col. No. 20922. Small, black, bush type. 

310700. Col. No. 20924. Small, white, bush type. 

310701. Col. No. 20927. Small, shiny, black, pole type. 
310702 Col. No. 20931. Small, thick, black. 

310703. Col. No. 20932. Small, black, bush type. 

310704. Col. No. 20933. Shiny, black, pole type. 

310705. Col. No. 20943. Small, uniform, black. 

310706. Col. No. 20945. San Luis, Jalapa Department. Elevation 2,500 
feet. Small, black, bush type. 

Market in Ipala, Chiquimula Department. Elevation 2,500 feet. 

310707. Col. No. 20952. Small, white, bush type, disease resistant. 
Extensively planted. 

310708. Col. No. 20953. Small, black, bush type, disease resistant. 
Extensively planted. 

310709. Col. No. 20954. Black, bush type, disease resistant. 

310710. Col. No. 20955. Small, red, bush type. 
Market in Chiquimula. Elevation 1,000 feet. 

310711. Col. No. 20958. Black, bush type. 

310712. Col. No. 20959. Black, bush type. 

310713. Col. No. 20961. White, bush type. 

310714. Col. No. 20962. 'del Barrial'. White. 

310715. Col. No. 20963. Red, bush type. 
Market in Zacapa. Elevation 600 feet. 

310716. Col. No. 20967. White, bush type. 

310717. Col. No. 20968. Red, bush type. 

310718. Col. No. 20969. White. Common. 

Market in Salama, Baja Verapaz Department. Elevation 2,500 feet. 

310719. Col. No. 20975. Black, bush type. 

310720. Col. No. 20986. Black, bush type. 

310721. Col No. 20981. Tactic, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 
4,000 feet. Reddish, bush type. 

Between Santa Cruz and Coban, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 
4,500 feet. 

310722. Col. No. 20982. Small, drought inhibited, black, bush type. 

310723. Col. No. 20983. Small, black, bush type. 

Market in Coban, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

310724. Col. No. 20987. Black, pole type. 

310725. Col. No. 20989. Black, bush type. 

310726. Col. No. 20996. 'Xucu mama'. Brown, pole type. 

310727. Col. No. 20998. Small, round, white, bush type. 

310728. Col. No. 20999. Black, bush type. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 196 6 



19 



310735. 


Col. No. 21014. 


310736. 


Col. No. 21016. 


310737. 


Col. No. 21017. 


310738. 


Col. No. 21019. 


310739. 


Col. No. 21020. 


310740. 

feet. 


Col. 21021. St 
Black. 



310620 to 310799— Continued 
310628 to 310799— Continued 

310729. Col. No. 21001. White, bush type. 

Between Carcha and Coban, Alta Berapaz. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

310730. Col. No. 21004. Small, black, bush type, drought inhibited. 

310731. Col. No. 21005. Small, red, bush type. 

Market in Santa Cruz, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 4,500 feet. 

310732. Col. No. 21006. Small, black, bush type. 

310733. Col. No. 21007. White, bush type. 

Market in San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 4,500 feet. 

310734. Col. No. 21012. Brown, bush type. 
Black, bush type. 
Dark lavender. 
Small, white, bush type. 
White, bush type. 
Black. 

Store in Chicaman, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 4,000 

Market in Uspantan, Quiche Department. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

310741. Col. No. 21022. White bush type. 

310742. Col. No. 21024. Black. 

310743. Col. No. 21025. Very uniform, well developed, black. 

310744. Col. No. 21027. Store in Sacapulas, Quiche Department. Ele- 
vation 4,000 feet. Black, pole type. 

Store in Quiche. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

310745. Col. No. 21028. Black, bush type. 

310746. Col. No. 21029. Black, pole type. 

310747. Col. No. 21030. Schieber farm at Parramos. Red, bush type, 
regularly planted, good yield and flavor. 

310748. Col. No. 21364. Store in Chimaltenango. Elevation 5,500 feet. 
Small, uniform, black. 

Market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

310749. Col. No. 21367. Small, plump, white, bush type. 
Black, bush type. 
White. 

Small, dark red. 
Black, bush type. 

Mixed pink and dark red, bush type. 
Pole type, eaten green and dried. 
Long, dark red, pole type. 
Bush type. 
Small, red. 

Long, dark reddish-brown, pole type. 
Black, bush type. 



310750. 
310751. 
310752. 
310753. 
310754. 
310755. 
310756. 
310757. 
310758. 
310759. 
310760. 



Col. No. 21368. 
Col. No. 21369. 
Col. No. 21370. 
Col. No. 21371. 
Col. No. 21372. 
Col. No. 21373. 
Col. No. 21374. 
Col. No. 21375. 
Col. No. 21376. 
Col. No. 21377. 
Col. No. 21379. 



20 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



310620 to 310799—Continued 

310628 to 310799—Continued 

310761. Col. No. 21380. Small, round, white, pole type. 

310762. Col. No. 21381. Tan to reddish, maturity 60 days, eaten dry or 
fresh. 

310763. Col. No. 21382. Uniform, angular, white. 

310764. Col. No. 21383. Small, uniform, dark red. 

310765. Col. No. 21384„ Poorly filled, pale glossy red. 

310766. Col. No. 21385. Uniform, shiny tan yellow. 

Col. No. 21394. Santa Maria de Jesus, Guatemala District. 
Black, bush type. 

Elevation 8,000 feet. 

Large, uniform, white, bush type. 

Black, bush type. 

Well filled, white. 

Small, black. 

White, bush type. 

Small, red, bush type. 

Shiny black with conspicuous white eye. 

Market in Quezaltenango. Elevation 7,250 feet. 

310775. Col. No. 21409. Black, bush type. 

310776. Col. No. 21411. Mixed, mostly red, bush type. 

310777. Col. No. 21412. White, bush type. 

310778. Col. No. 21413. Uniform, yellow, bush type. 

310779. Col. No. 21414. Long, brownish, pole type. 

310780. Col. No. 21415. Black, pole type. 

310781. Col. No. 21416. Black, bush type. 

310782. Col. No. 21417. Full rounded, black. 

310783. Col. No. 21418. Roundish, black. 

310784. Col. No. 21419. Small, white, bush type. 

310785. Col. No. 21420. Small, black, shiny. 

310786. Col. No. 21421. Small, red, bush type. 

310787. Col. No. 21422. Small, roundish, white, bush type. 



310767. 

Elevation 6,400 feet. 

Market in Totonicapan. 
310768. Col. No. 21398. 

Col. No. 21399. 

Col. No. 21401. 

Col. No. 21403. 

Col. No. 21404. 

Col. No. 21405. 

Col. No. 21406. 



310769. 
310770. 
310771. 
310772. 
310773. 
310774. 



Col. No. 21422 
Market in Huehuetenango. Elevation 6,000 feet 
310788. Col. No. 21427. Black, bush type. 

Col. No. 21428. 

Col. No. 21429. 

Col. No. 21430. 

Col. No. 21431. 

Col. No. 21432. 

Col. No. 21433. 



310789. 
310790. 
310791. 
310792. 
310793. 
310794. 



White, bush type. 

Uniform, black, bush type. 

Small, red, bush type. 

Small, black, bush type. 

Small, dark red, bush type. 

Uniform, black, bush type. 

Indian market in Aguacatan, Huehuetenango Department. 
6,000 feet. 

310795. Col. No. 21436. Black, bush type. 



Elevation 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 6 6 21 

310620 to 310799— Continued 

310628 to 310799— Continued 

310796. Col No. 21438. Uniform, shiny black. 

310797. Col. No. 21439. Uniform, small, black, bush type. 

310798. Col. No- 21440. Uniform, round, dark red, pole type. 

310799. Col. No. 21441, Market in Sacapulas. Elevation 5,000 feet. 
Small, black, bush type^ 

310800 to 310921. 

From Nicaragua. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Jan. 13, 1966. 

310800 to 310803. Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray Leguminosae. 

310800. Col. No. 21548. Market in Chinandega. Small, white. 
Market in Rivas. Elevation 200 feet. 

310801. Col. No. 21567. Small, dark-blotched, winter type. 

310802. Col. No. 21570. Small, white. 

310803. Col. No. 21632. Somoto. Elevation 2,400 feet. Small, white. 
310804 to 310921. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

Cerro Mombacho, 6 miles south of Cartago. Elevation 600 feet. 

310804. Col. No. 21515. Small, red, bush type. 

310805. Col. No. 21516. Small, bright red, bush type. June to Septem- 
ber. 

Diriomo, Granada Department. Elevation 800 feet. Bush type. Grown 
June to September. 

310806. Col. No. 21517. Small, shiny red with some color variations. 

310807. Col. No. 21518. Small, buff. 

310808. Col. No. 21519. Yellowish buff. 

310809. Col. No. 21520. Variable, pale, buff. 

310810. Col. No. 21521. Uniform, well filled, dun colored. 
310811 Col. No. 21522. Dark red. 

310812. Col. No. 21524. Small, red. 

310813. Col. No. 21525. Yellowish buff. 

310814. Col. No. 21526. Small, bright buff. 

310815. Col. No. 21527. Bright dark red. 
Divia, Granada Department. Elevation 900 feet. 

310816. Col. No. 21528. Buff, bush type. 

310817. Col. No. 21529. Red, bush type. June to September. 

310818. Col. No. 21530. Pale buff, bush type. June to September. 

310819. Col. No. 21531. Dark dun-colored, bush type. Resistant to 
wet soils, late maturing, good yield. 

310820. Col. No. 21532. Small, red, bush type. June to September. 
Nandaime, Granada Department. Elevation 400 feet. 

310821. Col. No. 21533. Small, bush type. June to September. 

310822. Col. No. 21534. 'Frijol color santo'. Bayo mixed with red, bush 
type. June to September. 



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310800 to 310921— Continued 

310804 to 310921— Continued 

310823. Col. No. 21535. Small, thin, red with some mixed colors. 

310824. Col. No. 21536. Well filled, dark red, bush type. 
Market in Granada. Elevation 150 feet. 

310825. Col. No. 21537. Dark red mixed with other colors, bush type. 



310826. Col. No. 21538. 

310827. Col. No. 21539. 

310828. Col. No. 21540. 

310829. Col. No. 21541. 

310830. Col. No. 21542. 

310831. Col. No. 21543. 

310832. Col. No. 21544. 
Market in Chinandega. 

310833. Col. No. 21545. 

310834. Col. No. 21546. 

310835. Col. No. 21547. 

310836. Col. No. 21549. 

310837. Col. No. 21550. 

310838. Col. No. 21551. 

310839. Col. No. 21552. 

310840. Col. No. 21553. 

310841. Col. No. 21554. 

310842. Col. No. 21555. 

310843. Col. No. 21556. 

310844. Col. No. 21557. 

310845. Col. No. 21558. 

310846. Col. No. 21559. 



Light brown, bush type. 
Thin, uniform, dun-colored, bush type. 
Light buff, bush type. 

Small, red, bush type. June to September. 
Small, dun-colored, bush type. 
Uniform, slate-gray, bush type. 
Mixed, light brown to slate-gray, bush type. 
Bush types. 
Red with white eye. 
Small, red. June to September. 
Black. 

Small, pale pink, some yellow. 
Small, dark red. Variable. 
Uniform, well rounded, dark red. 
Pale buff. 

Dark red. June to September. 
Dark red. 

Short, rounded, black. 
Pale buff. June to September. 
Uniform, pale pink. June to September. 
Dark red. 
Dun-colored. 



Market in Rivas. Elevation 200 feet. 

310847. Col. No. 21561. 'Obscura'. Dark red. June to September. 

310848. Col. No. 21562. Small, pink. June to September. 

310849. Col. No. 21563. Oblong, pale. 

310850. Col. No. 21564. Tan. 

310851. Col. No. 21565. Red. June to September. 

310852. Col. No. 21566. Uniform, dark red. June to September. 

310853. Col. No. 21568. Black. 

310854. Col. No. 21569. Small, red. June* to September. 

Farm near Santa Teresa, Carazo Department. Elevation 1,500 feet. 
Bush types. June to September. 

310855. Col. No. 21571. Small, red. 

310856. Col. No. 21572. Small, pink. 

Santa Cruz, Carazo Department. Elevation 1,500 feet. 

310857. Col. No. 21573. 'Colorado'. Small, red, bush type. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 6< 



23 



310800 to 310921— Continued 
310804 to 310921— Continued 

310858. Col. No. 21574. 'Obscura'. Dark red. June to September. 

310859. Col. No. 21575. 'Colorado'. Small, red, bush type. 

310860. Col. No. 21576. Dolores, Carazo Deartment. Elevation 1,600 



feet. Pink, bush type. 

In field 3 miles west of Santo Tomas, Chontales Department. 
1,300 feet. 

310861. 

310862. 



Elevation 



'Colorado'. 
'Colorado'. 



Pods pink, bush with some runners. 
Long white pods. Bush. 



Santo Tomas, Chontales Department. 
'Colorado'. Uniform, well filled, red. 



Eleva- 



Col. No. 21579. 
Col. No. 21580. 

310863. Col. No. 21581. 
tion 1,300 feet. 

Juigalapa, Chontales Department. Elevation 1,000 feet. 

310864. Col. No. 21582. 'Colorado'. Bright dark red. 
'Cuaranteno'. Pink and red. 
'Chontaleno'. Dark red, bush type. 
'Colorado'. Red, bush type. 

Elevation 1,500 feet. 

'Obscuro'. Dark red, bush type. 

'Revuelta'. Mixed light and dark red. 

Uniform, well filled, dark red to red. 

Red, bush type. 

'Claro'. Small, light red, bush type. 

Pale buff. 

Small, light red, bush type. 

Mixed size and color. Mostly red, bush type. 
Jinotega, Jinotega Department. Elevation 4,000 feet. 
310876. Col. No. 21595. Pale yellow. June to September. Wet climate. 

Light brown, bush type. June to September. 

Variable, red, bush type. June to September. 

Dark gray, bush type. June to September. 

Pink, bush type. June to September. 
Small, bright red, bush type. June to Sep- 



310865. Col. No. 21583. 

310866. Col. No. 21584. 

310867. Col. No. 21585. 
Boaco, Boaco Department. 

310868. Col. No. 21587. 
Col. No. 21588. 
Col. No. 21589. 
Col. No. 21590. 
Col. No. 21591. 
Col. No. 21592. 
Col. No. 21593. 
Col. No. 21594. 



310869. 
310870. 
310871. 
310872. 
310873. 
310874. 
310875. 



310877. 
310878. 
310879. 
310880. 



310881. 

tember 

310882. 
310883. 



Col. No. 21596. 
Col. No. 21597. 
Col. No. 21598. 
Col. No. 21599. . 
Col. No. 21600. 



Col. No. 21601. 
Col. No. 21602. 
21603. 



310884. Col. No 
pink mottled. 



Small, light yellow. June to September. 
Pale pink, bush type. 
'Quilaliano'. Size and pattern uniform, 



pale 



310885. 
310886. 

310887. Col. No. 
September. 

310888. Col. No. 21607. 

310889. Col. No. 21608. 



Col. No. 21604. 
Col. No. 21605. 
21606. 



Pale yellow, bush type. June to September. 
'Bareno'. Gray-brown. 
Short, well filled, red, bush type. June to 

'Hualiseno'. Mottled, pink. 
Pale yellow, bush type. 



24 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



310800 to 310921— Continued 

310804 to 310921— Continued 

310890. Col. No. 21609. Tlomo'. Uniform, lead gray, bush type. June 
to September. 

310891. Col. No. 21610, Small, rounded, dark red, bush type. June to 
September. 

310892. Col. No. 21611. 'Hualiseno'. Pale, blocky, bayo bush type. 
Matagalpa. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

310893. Col. No. 21613. Slate colored. 

310894. Col. No. 21614. Red, bush type. June to September. 

310895. Col. No. 21615. 'Talanaquito'. Small, pale buff, bush type. 

310896. Col. No. 21616. 'Kaki'. Brownish, bush type. 

310897. Col. No. 21617. Well filled, dark red, bush type. 

310898. Col. No. 21618. 'Kaki\ Brown, bush type. June to September. 

310899. Col. No. 21619. Small, thin, buff, bush type. 

310900. Col. No. 21620. 'Balin\ Small, well rounded, buff, bush type. 

310901. Col. No. 21621. Dark red, bush type. 
Esteli. Elevation 2,800 feet. 

310902. Col. No. 21623. 'Colorado'. Dark red, bush type. 

310903. Col. No. 21624. Red, bush type. June to September. 

310904. Col. No. 21624-A. 'Barreno'. Slate colored, bush type. 

310905. Col. No. 21625. Slate brown. June to September. 

310906. Col. No. 21626. Uniform, shiny, light red. 

310907. Col. No. 21627. Light red, bush type. June to September. 

310908. Col. No. 21628. Slate brown, bush type. June to September. 

310909. Col. No. 21629. Small, uniform, black, bush type. June to 
September. 

Somoto, Madriz Department. Elevation 2,400 feet. 

310910. Col. No. 21633. Small, mixed dark and light red. 

310911. Col. No. 21634. Small, dark red, bush type. June to September. 

310912. Col. No. 21635. Small, red, bush type. June to September. 
Palacaguina, Madriz Department. Elevation 2,000 feet. 

310913. Col. No. 21636. Small, dark red, bush type. 

310914. Col. No. 21637. Mixed, mostly red, bush type. 

310915. Col. No. 21638. Talpaneca. Madriz Department. Elevation 
1,750 feet. Red, bush type. 

Ocotal, Segovia Department. Elevation 1,800 feet. 

310916. Col. No. 21639. Dark red, bush type. June to September. 
Dark red, bush type. 
Mixed red and dark red. 

Small, light red, bush type. June to September. 
Dark red, bush type. 
Mixed, mostly red, bush type. 



310917. 


Col. 


No. 


21640. 


310918. 


Col. 


No. 


21641. 


310919. 


Col. 


No. 


21642. 


310920. 


Col. 


No. 


21643. 


310921. 


Col. 


No. 


21644. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 196 6 25 

310922. Canna iridiflora Ruiz. & Pav. Cannaceae. 

From California. Rhizomes presented by the Department of Biological 
Science, University of California, Santa Barbara. Received Jan. 13, 1966. 

310923 to 310936. 

From Bolivia. Seeds collected by Donald Ugent, Department of Botany, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310923 and 310924. Solanum acaule Bitter Solanaceae. 

310923. Col. No. 4773. Puente San Miguel, Tunari Range, above Co- 
chabamba. 

310924. Col. No. 5153. Potosi. 

310925 to 310927. Solanum berthaultii Hawkes 

310925. Col. No. 4560a. Cerro de San Pedro, Cochabamba. 

310926. Col. No. 4561. Cerro de San Pedro, Cochabamba. 

310927. Cerro de San Pedro, Cochabamba. Donated by Mrs. Carlos 
Ochoa. 

310928. Solanum boliviense Dunal 

Col. No. 4896. "Pummila", near Sucre, in barleyfield. 

310929 and 310930. Solanum brevicaule Bitter 

310929. Col. No. 4673. Puente San Miguel, Tunari Range, above Cocha- 
bamba. 

310930. Col. No. 4685. Puente San Miguel, Tunari Range, above Co- 
chabamba. 

310931 and 310932. Solanum leptophyes Bitter 

310931. Col. No. 4909. "Pummila", near Sucre. 

310932. Col. No. 5184. Vicinity of Potosi. Donated by Arturo Vidaurre. 

310933. Solanum sparsipilum (Bittre) Juz. & Buk. 
Col. No. 4581. Cerveceria Colon, Cochabamba. 

310934. Solanum tarijense Hawkes 

Col. No. 4885. On Cochabamba-Sucre road, 28 km. from Sucre. 

310935. Solanum toralapanum Cardenas & Hawkes 

Col. No. 5068. Hacienda Toralapa, along roadside, 75 km. south of 
Cochabamba on Cochabamba-Santa Cruz highway. 

310936. Solanum ureyi Card. 

Col. No. 4853. "Suncani", on road to Cuatro Cruces, 10 km. from 
Hacienda Sailapata, Ayopaya Province, Cochabamba Department. 

310937 to 310959. 

From Peru. Seeds collected by Donald Ugent, Department of Botany, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310937 to 310941. Solanum canasense Hawkes Solanaceae. 

310937. Col. No. 4056a. Road to Pisac, 4 km. from Cuzco. 

310938. Col. No. 4130. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 

310939. Col. No. 4236a. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 

310940. Col. No. 4242. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 

310941. Col. No. 4243. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 
310942. Solanum chiquidenum Ochoa 

Col. No. 5398. Granja Porcon, Cajamarca. 



26 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310937 to 310959— Continued 
310943. Solanum chomatophilum Bitters 

Col. No. 5416. Gran j a Porcon, Cajamarca. 
310944 to 310947. Solanum marinasense Vargas 

310944. Col. No. 4399. Paucartambo. 

310945. Col. No. 4413a. Paucartambo. 

310946. Col. No. 4512. On Huambutio to Pisac road, 14 km. from 
Huambutio. 

310947. Col. No. 4513. On Huambutio to Pisac road, 14 km. from 
Huambutio. 

310948. Solanum ambosinum Ochoa 

Col. No. 4297. "Chacan", north of Cuzeo. 

310949 to 310954. Solanum raphanifolium Cardenas & Hawkes 

310949. Col. No. 3538. Sacsayhuaman, Cuzco. 

310950. Col. No. 3563. Sacsayhuaman, Cuzco. 

310951. Col. No. 3935. Chincheros, Cuzco Department. 

310952. Col. No. 4127. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 

310953. Col. No. 4229. Porroy, Cuzco Department. 

310954. Col. No. 4272. "Grupo Arqueologico", Cuzco. 
310955 and 310956. Solanum soukupii Hawkes 

310955. Col. No. 4526. Puno. Along roadside. 

310956. Col. No. 4543. Puno. Along roadside. 

310957 to 310959. Solanum sparsipilum (Bitter) Juz. & Buk. 

310957. Col. No. 904a. Urubamba. In cornfield. 

310958. Col. No. 905. In cabbage field, 58 km. between Urubamba and 
Calca. 

310959. Urubamba Growing in cornfield. 
310960 to 310967. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by Donald Ugent, Department of Botany, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310960. Solanum bulbocastanum Dun. Solanaceae. 

Col. No. 3057. San Felipe, North of Oaxaca. 

310961 and 310962. Solanum demissum Lindl. 

310961. Col. No. 1514. . "Raices". Nevada de Toluca. Elevation 3,532 
meters. 

310962. Col. No. 2448. "Raices". Nevada de Toluca. Elevation 3,352 
meters. 

310963. Solanum polyadenium Greenm. 

Col. No. 1766. Mt. Punguato, Morelia. Elevation 200 meters. 

310964. Solanum stoloniferum Schlecht. & Bouche 
Col. No. 1288. Popocatepetl. Elevation 2,835 meters. 

310965. Solanum tuberosum subsp. andigenum (Juz. & Buk.) Hawkes 
Col. No. 1086. 'Mexicana'. Nevada de Toluca. 

310966 and 310967. Solanum verrucosum Schlecht. 

310966. Col. No. 1289. Popocatepetl. Elevation 2,838 meters. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 27 

310960 to 310967— Continued 

310966 and 310967— Continued 

310967. Col. No. 1359. Mt. Malinche. Elevation 3,300 meters. 
310968 and 310969. 

From Ecuador. Seeds collected by Donald Ugent, Department of Botany, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310968. Solanum brevifolium Humb. & Bonpl. ex Dunal Solanaceae. 
Col. No. 5616. Valley of Lloa, near Quito. 

310969. Solanum caripense Humb. & Bonpl. ex Dun. 

Col. No. 5679. Agricultural Research Station "Santa Catalina", near 
Quito. 

310970 to 310981. 

From Bolivia. Seeds presented by G. E. Easton, Irrigation Experiment Sta- 
tion, Washington State University, Prosser, Wash. Seeds obtained from 
Sekundo Alandia, Servicio Agricola Interamericano, Division de In- 
vestigaciones, La Paz. Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310970. Solanum acaule Bitter Solanaceae. 
Alan 1. 

310971 to 310973. Solanum berthaultii Hawkes 

310971. Alan 2. 

310972. Alan 3. 

310973. Alan 4. 

310974 and 310975. Solanum boliviense Dunal 

310974. Alan 6. 

310975. Alan 7. 

310976. Solanum infundibuliforme Phil. 

Alan 8. 
310977 and 310978. Solanum megistacrolobum Bitt. 

310977. Alan 9. 

310978. Alan 10. 

310979. Solanum microdontum Bitter 
Alan 11. 

310980. Solanum stoloniferum Schlecht. & Bouche 
Alan 12. 

310981. Solanum tarijense Hawkes 
Alan 13. 

310982 to 310985. 

From Germany. Seeds collected by Hans Ross, Max Planck Institut fur 
Zuchtungsforschung, 5 Koln-Vogelsang. Collected in countries indicated. 
Numbered Jan. 14, 1966. 

310982. Solanum brevicaule Bitter Solanaceae. 
Col. No. EBS 2361. Bolivia. 

310983. Solanum colombianum Dunal 
Col. No. EBS 2179. Colombia. 



28 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

310982 to 310985— -Continued 

310984. Solanum sparsipilum (Bitter) Juz. & Buk. 

Col. No. EBS 2189. Bolivia. Resistant to some races of golden 
nematode. 

310985. Solanum leptophyes Bitt. 
Col. No. EBS 2079. Argentina. 

310986 to 311002. 

From Great Britain. Seeds collected by J. G. Hawkes, Department of Botany, 
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England. Numbered Jan. 14, 
1966. 

310986 and 310987. Solanum acaule var. albicans Ochoa Solanaceae. 

310986. Col. No. 2427. 

310987. Col. No. 2429. 

310988. Solanum cajamarcense Ochoa 
Col. No. 2436. 

310989. Solanum chiquidenum Ochoa 
Col. No. 2435. 

310990 and 310991. Solanum chomatophilum Bitters 

310990. Col. No. 2433. 

310991. Col. No. 2492. 

310992. Solanum jalcae Ochoa 
Col. No. 2412. 

310993. Solanum lignicaule Vargas 
Col. No. 2482. 

310994. Solanum medians Bitt. 
Col. No. 2463. 

310995. Solanum lobbianum f. multidissectum (Hawkes) Corr. 
Col. No. 2469. 

310996. Solanum ochranthum Humb. & Bonpl. 
Col. No. 2445. 

310997. Solanum piurae Bitter 
Col. No. 2443. 

310998 and 310999. Solanum raphanifolium Cardenas & Hawkes 

310998. Col. No. 2470. 

310999. Col. No. 2471a. 

311000 and 31101. Solanum sparsipilum (Bitter) Juz. & Buk. 

311000. Col. No. 2477. 

311001. Col. No. 2478. 

311002. Solanum tuquerrense Hawkes 
Col. No. H. 703. 

311003. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From British Guiana. Seeds presented by Clarence London, South Mackenzie, 
Demerara River. Received Jan. 17, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



29 



311004 to 311090. 

From Rumania. Seeds collected by Donald Stewart, University of Minnesota, 
St. Paul, Minn. Received Jan. 17, 1966. 

311004 and 311005. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. 

Crested wheatgrass. 

311004. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Soviet Union. 

311005. Turda Experiment Station. 

311006 to 311010. Agrostis alba L. Gramineae. 

311006. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311007. 'Lewocska'. Brasov Experiment Station. 
Poland. 

Brasov Experiment Station. 



Redtop. 

Originally from 



311008. 'Magurele 
Rumania. 

311009. 'Wrana'. Brasov Experiment Station 

311010. Turda Experiment Station. 
311011. Agrostis tenuis Sibth. 

Dobrogea Experiment Station. 
311012 and 311013. Alopecurus pratensis L. 



Originally from 



Colonial bentgrass. 



Brasov Experiment 



Gramineae 

Station 



Meadow foxtail. 
Originally from 

Kidneyvetch. 



Gramineae, 

Tall oatgrass. 



311012. 'Estonskii 
Soviet Union. 

311013. Turda Experiment Station. 
311014. Anthyllis vulneraria L. Leguminosae. 

Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Rumania 
311015 to 311017. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Presl 

311015. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311016. 'Marsanskii 23'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311017. Turda Experiment Station. 

311018. Avenastrum pubescens (L.) Opiz Gramineae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311019. Briza media L. Gramineae. 

Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311020 to 311022. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. 

Smooth bromegrass. 

311020. 'Karmos'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311021. 'Marsanskii'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311022. Turda Experiment Station. 
311023 and 311024. Bromus mollis L. 

311023. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311024. Turda Experiment Station. 

311025. Bromus tectorum L. 
Turda Experiment Station. 

311026. Calamagrostis arundinacea (L.) Roth Gramineae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 



Soft chessgrass. 



Cheatgrass. 



30 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311004 to 311090— Continued 
311027. Cynosurus cristatus L. Gramineae. Crested dogtail. 

Dobrogea Experiment Station. 
311028 to 311042. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

311028. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311029. 'Adefa III*. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311030. 'Dorise'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311031. 'Aries'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from France. 

311032. 'Chantemille'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311033. 'Chinook'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311034. 'Coxa'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311035. 'Daehnfeldt Hera III'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally 
from Sweden. 

311036. 'Daehnfeldt Phillax'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally 
from Sweden. 

311037. 'Heidemij'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311038. 'Lemba R.V.P.'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311039. 'Matterurtzer'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311040. 'Praireal'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
France. 

311041. 'Taurus UCASET'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally 
from France. 

311042. Turda Experiment Station. 

311043. Deschampsia caespitosa (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311044. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae. Tall fescue. 
'Magurele'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Rumania. 

311045. Festuca capillata Lam. Hair fescue. 
'Magurele'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Rumania. 

311046 to 311054. Festuca elattor L. 

311046. 'Magurele'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Rumania. 

311047. 'Manade'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
France. 

311048. 'R.D.G.'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Ger- 
many. 

311049. 'Roznowska'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Czechoslovakia. 

311050. 'S-215'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Great 
Britain. 

311051. 'Sofia 9'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Bul- 
garia. 

311052. 'Svalof late'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Sweden. 

311053. 'Tiganesti'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311054. Turda Experiment Station. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 31 

311004 to 311090— Continued 
311055. Festuca gigantea (L.) Vill. Great fescue. 

Dobrogea Experiment Station. 
311056 to 311063. Festuca rubra L. Red fescue. 

311056. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311057. 'Crint'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Rumania. 

311058. 'Fallax-Gilfrood'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311059. 'Lewocska'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Poland. 

311060. 'Olds'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311061. 'Roznowska'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Czechoslovakia. 

311062. 'Sioux'. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311063. 'Taborska'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Czechoslovakia. 

311064. Festuca sp. 

'OH'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Oland, Sweden. 

311065. Festuca sp. 
Turda Experiment Station. 

311066 and 311067. Holcus lanatus L. Gramineae. Velvetgrass. 

311066. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311067. Turda Experiment Station. 

311068. Lolium multiflorum Lam. Gramineae. 

Turda Experiment Station. 
311069 and 311070. Linum usitatissimum L. spp. transitorium Vav et 

Ell. Linaceae. 

311069. T.C.A. 77/53. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311070. T.C.A. 32/53. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311071 to 311075. Lolium perenne L. Gramineae. Perennial ryegrass. 

311071. 'Doublet'. Brasov Experiment Station. Late hay type. 

311072. 'Magurele'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Rumania. 

311073. 'R.V.P.'. Brasov Experiment Station. Pasture type. 

311074. 'Scotia'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Great 
Britain. 

311075. Turda Experiment Station. 

311076. Luzula albida DC. Juncaceae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311077. Moliniacaerulea (L.) Moench Gramineae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311078 to 311083. Phleum pratense L. Gramineae. 

311078. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311079. 'S-48'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Great 
Britain. 

311080. 'Daeno III'. Brasov Experiment Station. 



32 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311004 to 311090— Continued 
311078 to 311083— Continued 

311081. 'Magurele'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from 
Rumania. 

311082. Tecora\ Brasov Experiment Station. 

311083. Turda Experiment Station. 

311084 to 311087. Poa pratensis L. Gramineae. Kentucky bluegrass. 

311084. Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311085. 'Golf. Brasov Experiment Station. 

311086. 'OH'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Oland, 
Sweden. 

311087. Turda Experiment Station. 

311088. Stellaria graminea L. Caryophyllaceae. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311089. Trisetum flavescens (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 
'Goldhafer'. Brasov Experiment Station. Originally from Austria. 

311090. Trisetum sp. 
Dobrogea Experiment Station. 

311091 to 311094. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the British West Indies. Cuttings presented by the Barbados Sugar 
Cane Variety Testing Station, Barbados. Received Jan. 17, 1966. 

311091. B. 60125. 311093. B. 60297. 

311092. B. 60191. 311094. B. 60321. 

311095. Pyracantha (hybrid). Rosaceae. Firethorn. 

From Great Britain. Cuttings presented by John Waterer Sons & Crisp 
Limited, Twyford Berks, England. Received Jan. 17, 1966. 

'Waterer's Orange'. 

311096 and 311097. 

From Republic of South Africa. Bulbs and seeds presented by Helena J. 
Herbst, Greyi Hospital, Pietermaritzburg, Natal. Received Jan. 17, 1966. 

311096. Crinum macowanii Baker Amaryllidaceae. 

Stalks long, thick with many flowers; flowers large, white with pink 
stripes on outside. Blooms in spring and flowers for several months. 

311097. Gladiolus crassifolius Baker Iridaceae. 

Flat fields to North and West of Oribi Government village. Blooming 
period October to January. Height 5 feet, with nearly all flowers blooming 
at same time. 

311098 and 311099. Urena lobata L. Malvaceae. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by the Division of Plant Introduction, Instituto 
Agronomico, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Jan. 18, 1966. 

311098. Originally from Brazil. 

311099. D.S. 15. Originally from Belgian Congo. 

311100 to 311114. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
New Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received Jan. 18, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 33 

311100 to 311114— Continued 

311100. Annona diversifolia Safford Annonaceae. llama. 
Col. No. 21393. El Rancho, Progreso District. Elevation 2,000 feet. 

311101. Capsicum sp. Solanaceae. 

Col. No. 20974. Salama, Baja Verapaz Department. Elevation 2,500 
feet. Small bush with edible hot chili fruits. 

311102 and 311103. Cucurbita cf. pepo L. Cucurbitaceae. Pumpkin. 

311102. Col. No. 21434. 'Culabasa'. Market in Huehuetenango. Ele- 
vation 6,000 feet. 

311103. Col. No. 21535. 'Culabasa'. Market in Huehuetenango. Ele- 
vation 6,000 feet. 

311104. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21360. Chimaltenango Valley. Elevation 5,500 feet. Decum- 
bent spreading perennial, erect peduncles; flowers reddish purple. 

311105. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21365. Along road to Soncato, 25 miles east of Guatemala City. 
Elevation 2,600 feet. Perennial herb. 

311106. Hibiscus esculentus L. Malvaceae. Okra. 

Col. No. 21388. 'Algalia'. Indian market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 
feet. 

311107. Lens culinaris Medic. Leguminosae. Lentil. 

Col. No. 21389. 'Lentoja'. Indian market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 
feet. 

311108. Linum USiTATissiMUM L. Linaceae. Flax. 

Col. No. 21387. 'Linosa'. Indian market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 
feet. 

311109 to 311111. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. 

Tomato. 

311109. Col. No. 21392. Tomate jocotillo'. Indian market Antigua. 
Elevation 5,000 feet. Fruits small, slender, pinkish. 

311110. Col. No. 21395. 'Tomate ciruela'. Santa Maria de Jesus, 
Guatemala District. Elevation 6,400 feet. Fruits small, ovoid. 

311111. Col. No. 21396. Santa Maria de Jesus, Guatemala District. 
Elevation 6,400 feet. Fruits depressed globular, ribbed, pale pink. 

311112. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

Col. No. 21386. Indian market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 feet. Round, 
smooth. 

311113 and 311114. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

311113. Col. No. 21390. 'Ajonjoli'. Indian market in Antigua. Eleva- 
tion 5,000 feet. Small, pale. 

311114. Col. No. 21423. 'Ajonjoli'. Market in Quezaltenango. Small, 
very pale. 

311115 to 311120. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Jan. 
18, 1966. 

311115 to 311118. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

Market in Tapechula, Chiapas. Elevation 500 feet. 



34 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311115 to 311120— Continued 

311115 to 311118— -Continued 

311115. Col. No. 21352. Fruits small, depressed, round. 

311116. Col. No. 21353. Fruits small, ovoid, pointed tips. 

311117. Col. No. 21354. Fruits small, oval, red. 

311118. Col. No. 21355. Fruits small, pyriform, green to yellowish flush. 

311119 and 311120. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Cowpea. 

Market in Tapachula, Chiapas. Elevation 500 feet. 

311119. Col. No. 21342. Small, tan to reddish. 

311120. Col. No. 21349. Small, reddish brown. 

311121 to 311125. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Jan. 
18, 1966. 

311121. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21472. Comajagua Department, 7.5 miles south of Minas de 
Oro, in pasture. Elevation 1,700 feet. Small, slender herb. 

311122. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21473. Comajagua Department, 7.5 miles south of Minas de 
Ora, in pasture. Elevation 1,700 feet. Perennial herb, leaves green to 
purple. 

311123 and 311124. Dolichos lablab L. Leguminosae. Hyacinth-bean. 

311123. Col. No. 21465. Escuela Agricola Panamericana, Zamorano. 
Elevation 2,600 feet. Perennial bushy vine; leaves dark purple green; 
showy racemes of purple flowers and fruits. 

311124. Col. No. 21471. 'Garbanzo'. Restaurant in Talanga. Eleva- 
tion 2,500 feet. 

311125. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. Cowpea. 

Col. No. 21485. 'Carita\ Minas de Oro, Comayagua Department. Pale, 
almost white. 

311126 to 311129. 

From Nicaragua. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Jan. 18, 1966. 

311126. Capsicum sp. Solanaceae. 

Col. No. 21560. Market in Chinandega. Bush type. 

311127. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21586. Chon tales Department, 6 miles northwest of Juigalpa. 
Perennial herb, flowers small, pink. 

311128. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

Col. No. 21514. La Calera, Estacion Agricola Nacional, Managua. 
Elevation 150 feet. Tree, small, vigorous; bark light; flowers white. 

311129. Linum usitatissimum L. Linaceae, Flax. 

Col. No. 21622. 'Linasa'. Esteli, Esteli Department. Elevation 2,800 
feet. 



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35 



311130 to 311150. 



Dianthus caryophyllus L. Caryophyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

From Great Britain. Seeds purchased from Thompson and Morgan Limited, 
Ipswich, England. Received Jan. 19, 1966. 

311130. 1410. 'Camellia'. Flowered mixed. 

'Picotee'. Mixed. 

'Teicher's Strain*. 

'Enfant de Nice'. Striped. 

'Giant Chabaud'. Mixed. 

'Aurora'. Giant Chabaud. 

'Fire Queen'. Gaint Chabaud. 

'Legion D'Honneur'. Giant Chabaud. 

'Marie Chabaud'. Gaint Chabaud. 

'Orange Sherbert'. Giant Chabaud. 

'Princess Alice'. Giant Chabaud. 

'Rose Queen'. Giant Chabaud. 

'White Queen'. Giant Chabaud. 

'Grenadin'. Double mixed. 

'King of the Blacks'. Grenadin, double. 

'Rose Queen'. Grenadin, double. 

'Scarlet'. Grenadin, double. 

'Yellow'. Grenadin, double. 

'Malmaison'. Gaint-flowered mixed. 

'J. M. Bridgeford'. Malmaison. 

'Margarita'. Iron stemmed mixed. 

311151 to 311154. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Jan. 19, 1966. 

311151. Phaseolus cf stenolobus Standi. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 20749. Copan, Copan Department. Elevation 1,800 feet. Per- 
ennial, climbing vine ; pods long, straight, thin ; flowers pale. 

311152. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

Col. No. 20797. Market in Totonicapan. Elevation 8,000 feet. Black, 
pole type. 

311153. (Undetermined.) 

Col. No. 20722. Coyoles, Yoro Department. Large perennial vine; pods 
large, thick. 

311154. (Undetermined.) 

Col. No. 20784. Along road to Santa Rosa de Copan 6 miles east of 
Cucuyagua. Elevation 2,600 feet. Perennial vine, large, coarse, climbing; 
leaves small; flowers purple; pods coarse, broad. 

311155 to 311228. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
New Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received Jan. 19, 1966. 



311131. 


1414. 


311132. 


1415. 


311133. 


1416. 


311134. 


1417. 


311135. 


1418. 


311136. 


1419. 


311137. 


1420. 


311138. 


1421. 


311139. 


1422. 


311140. 


1423. 


311141. 


1424. 


311142. 


1425. 


311143. 


1427. 


311144. 


1428. 


311145. 


1429. 


311146. 


1430. 


311147. 


1431. 


311148. 


1432. 


311149. 


1433. 


311150. 


1435. 



36 



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311155 to 311228— Continued 

311155. Dolichos lablab L. Leguminosae. Hyacinth-bean. 

Col. No. 20960. 'Garbanzo'. Market in Chiquimula. Elevation 1,000 
feet. 

311156 and 311157. Phaseolus calcaratus Roxb. Leguminosae. 

Rice bean. 

311156. Col. No. 20929. 'Arroz'. Market in Jalapa. Elevation 4,300 
feet. Small, reddish brown, pole type. 

311157. Col. No. 20965. 'Arroz'. Market in Zacapa. Elevation 600 
feet. Small, reddish brown, hilum white, pole type. 

311158 to 311220. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

Santa Maria Cauque, 21.7 miles northwest of Guatemala City. Elevation 
6,000 feet. 

311158. Col. No. 20787. Small, erect bush; seeds long, pods short. 

311159. Col. No. 20788. Pole type, snap, pink. 

El Tejar, Chimaltenango Valley. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

311160. Col. No. 20789. Seeds black, pods purple. 

Small, seeds black, pods reddish mixed with 



311161. Col. No. 20790. 
purple; bush type. 

311162. Col. No. 20791. 

311163. Col. No. 20792. 

311164. Col. No. 20794. 
8,000 feet. Mixed lot. 

311165. Col. No. 20796. 
feet. Large ; pole type. 

Market in Totonicapan. Elevation 8,000 feet. 

311166. Col. No. 20798. 

311167. Col. No. 20799. 

311168. Col. No. 20801. 

311169. Col. No. 20802. 

311170. Col. No. 20803. 

311171. Col. No. 20805 
pole type. 

311172. Col. No. 20806. 
Col. No. 20807. 
Col. No. 20808. 
Col. No. 20810. 
Col. No. 20809. 



Seeds black, pods purple brindled. 
Small, seeds black, pods white; bush type. 
Guisha Primera, along highway. Elevation 

Tiloya'. Store in Nahuala. Elevation 7,500 



Pole type. 
Black, pole type. 

Tiloya'. Seeds reddish, pods coarse, pole type. 
Pole type. 
Small, black. 
Tiloya'. Large, reddish orange, pods coarse, 



311173. 
311174. 
311175. 
311176. 



Small, white. 
Small, black, bush type. 
Tiloya'. Large, orange red, pole type. 
Tiloya'. Large, mixed black and red, pole type. 
Tiloya'. Mixed sizes and colors, pole type. 
Market in Chichicastenango, Quiche Department. Elevation 7,000 feet. 

311177. Col. No. 20815. Small, white. 

311178. Col. No. 20816. Large, reddish orange and speckled, pole type. 

311179. Col. No. 20819. Tiloya'. Reddish, pole type. 

311180. Col. No. 20803. Tiloya'. Black, pole type. 

311181. Col. No. 20831. Uniform, full round, shiny, black. 

311182. Col. No. 20832-A. Tiloya'. Mixed colors and sizes. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 37 

311155 to 311228—Continued 
311158 to 311220— Continued 

311183. Col. No. 20834. Tiloya'. Large, red spotted, pole type. 
Market in Quezaltenango. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

311184. Col. No. 20843. Tiloya'. Large, reddish, pole type. 

311185. Col. No. 20848. Large, shiny, black, some purples; pole type. 

311186. Col. No. 20850. Tiloya'. Large, red with white speckles, pole 
type. 

311187. Col. No. 2%52. Panajachel, Solola Department. Elevation 
5,000 feet. 'Colorado'. Red, bush type. 

311188. Col. No. 20860. Store in Tecpan, Chimaltenango Department. 
Elevation 6,500 feet. Tiloya'. Large, pole type. 

Market in Barberena, Santa Rosa Department. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311189. Col. No. 20876. 'Colorado'. Small, bright red, bush type. 

311190. Col. No. 20881. Small, white, bush type. 

311191. Col. No. 20896. Market in Cuilapa, Santa Rosa Department. 
Elevation 2,500 feet. Dull black, bush type. 

311192. Col. No. 20900. Market in Jutiapa. Elevation 3,000 feet. Me- 
dium size, black, bush type. 

Market in Jalapa. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

311193. Col. No. 20914. Small, dark red mixed with other colors; bush 
type. 

311194. Col. No. 20915. 'Juruna'. Large, mixed colors. 

311195. Col. No. 20917. Techo gordonisa'. Round, black and white, 
mixed with black, flat. Mixed with Col. No. 20917-A. (P.I. 311224) . 

311196. Col. No. 20918. 'Juruna'. Large, yellow to orange. 

311197. Col. No. 20921. Small, shiny, black, pole type. 

311198. Col. No. 20923. 'Curuna'. Large, yellow, mixed with black. 

311199. Col. No. 20925. 'Curuna, Piloya'. Large, yellow. 

311200. Col. No. 20926. 'Ojo de gato'. Gray striped with brown. 
Mixed. 

311201. Col. No. 20928. Tiloya'. Large, mixed, highly colored. 

311202. Col. No. 20930. 'Curuna'. Large, thick, various colors. 
Market in San Jeronimo, Bajo Verapaz Department. 

311203. Col. No. 20984. Tiloya'. Large, variegated, mostly black, pole 
type. 

311204. Col. No. 20985. Tiloya'. Large, variegated, pole type. 
Market in Coban, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

311205. Col. No. 20988. Tiloya'. Large, black, pole type. 

311206. Col. No. 20990. Tiloya'. Mixed sizes and colors. 

311207. Col. No. 20991. 'Nung'. Large, highly colored. 

311208. Col. No. 20994. 'Nung'. Mixed, mostly yellow, pole type. 

311209. Col. No. 20997. Tiloya'. Large, highly colored. Market in 
Carcha, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

311210. Col. No. 21003. Large, black, pole type. 

311211. Col. No. 21008. Tiloya'. Large, mixed colors. 



38 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311155 to 311228— Continued 

311158 to 311220— Continued 

311212. Col. No. 21009. Large, mixed colors. 

311213. Col. No. 21010. Tiloya'. Large, mixed colors, pole type. 
Market in San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,500 feet. 

311214. Col. No. 21015. Large, black, pole type. 

311215. Col. No. 21018. Tiloya'. Large, black, pole type. 

311216. Col. No. 21378. Market in Antigua. Elevation 5,000 feet. 
Tilillo'. Large, round, dark reddish, pole type. 

Market in Totonicapan. Elevation 8,000 feet. 

311217. Col. No. 21400. Tiloya'. Red with white flecks, pole type. 

311218. Col. No. 21402. Tiloya'. Large, variegated, pole type. 

311219. Col. No. 21407. Tiloya'. Uniform, red, late maturity, pole type. 

311220. Col. No. 21410. Market in Quezaltenango. Elevation 7,250 
feet. Tiloya'. Black, early, pole type. 

311221. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

Col. No. 20800. Market in Totonicapan. Elevation 8,000 feet. 

311222 to 311228. Vigna sinensis (Tomer) Savi Leguminosae. Cowpea. 

311222. Col. No. 20908. Techo de Godornisa'. Valle Monjos, Jalapa 
Department. Elevation 3,500 feet. Mixed, black and white, pole type. 

Market in Jalapa. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

311223. Col. No. 20912. Techo bianco'. Round, black and white. 

311224. Col. No. 20917-A. Techo Godornisa'. Round, black and white. 
Mixed with flat, black. See Col. No. 20917 (P.I. 311195). 

311225. Col. No. 20964. Market in Chiquimula. Elevation 1,000 feet. 
Black, pole type. 

311226. Col. No. 20970. Market in Zacapa. Elevation 600 feet. Black. 
Market in Coban, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,300 feet. 

311227. Col. No. 21000. Small, black. 

311228. Col. No. 21002. Small, black. 

311229. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by E. Smith, Oljato Trading Post, 
Utah, thru D. C. Foley, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Received 
Jan. 26, 1966. 

A-656. Collected near Kayenta, Arizona. Purple flint. Said to have ex- 
tensive root system and require little water. 

311230 to 311248. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by C. F. Genter, Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. Received Jan. 26, 1966. 

311230. A-666. 'Eureka'. Tall, late silage variety, white dent flint 
kernels. 

311231. A-667. 'Copper Strawberry Corn'. Copper-yellow dent, 4- to 
7-inch cob. 

311232. A-668. 'White Dent'. Deep white kernel. Roasting ear. 

311233. A-669. 'Yellow Sweepstakes'. Yellow dent. 



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39 



311230 to 311248— Continued 

311234. A-670. 'Oklahoma Silverrnine' 
stalks to 10 feet. 



311235. 

dent. 

311236. 
311237. 
311238. 
311239. 
311240. 



A-671. Tennessee Red Cob'. 



Virginia selection. White dent, 
Virginia selection. Large white 



A-672. 'Improved Learning'. Ohio origin, yellow dent. 

A-673. 'Hickory King'. Small cob, large white kernels. 

A-674. 'Douthet's Yellow'. Yellow selection. 

A-675. 'Douthet's White'. Long white kernels, small red cob. 

A-676. 'Wood's Golden Prolific'. Jarvis origin. Prolific, large, 



deep golden kernels, small cob. 
311241. A-677. 'Wood's Dixie'. Lathern Double type, white dent, milling. 
A-678. 'McNeill's Little Cob'. White kernel, very small white 



311242. 
cob. 

311243. 

husk. 



A-679. 'Mexican June'. Mixed white and blue kernels, thick 



311244. A-680. 'Golden Dent'. Yellow kernels, red cob, long husk. 

311245. A-681. 'Trucker's Favorite'. Southern roasting ear. 

311246. A-682. 'Pamunkey'. Local Indian variety. 

311247. A-683. 'Gibbs Special'. Collected near Farmville, Va. White. 

311248. A-684. 'Burke's Garden White'. White dent. 

311249 to 311255. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by J. C. Eldredge, Iowa State 
University, Ames, Iowa. Received Jan. 26, 1966. 

311249. A-693. 'Spanish'. Central Popcorn Company. Eight row white 



Matteson Farm, HI. White kernels and 
McElvain Farm, 111. White kernels and 
Keller Farm, 111. White kernels and 
Crackerjack Popcorn Company. Yellow 
McElvain Farm, 111. Orange kernel, 



flint. 

311250. A-694. 'White Rice'. White kernels and cob, 16 rows. 

311251. A-695. 'White Hulless' 
cob, 20 to 36 rows. 

311252. A-696. 'White Hulless' 
cob, 18 to 32 rows. 

311253. A-697. 'White Hulless 
cob, 18 to 20 rows. 

311254. A-698. 'Yellow Pearl', 
kernel, white cob, 14 to 16 rows. 

311255. A-699. 'Yellow Pearl', 
white cob, 18 to 22 rows. 

311256 to 311260. 

From the Philippines. Seeds collected by W. P. Bitters, University of Cali- 
fornia, Riverside, Calif. Received Jan. 26, 1966. 

311256. Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis Swingle Rutaceae. 

Fingered citron. 
From the Filipinas Gift Shop, Manila. 
311257 to 311259. Citrus reticulata Blanco Rutaceae. 

Mandarin orange. 

311257. 'Keow wan'. Tangerine. 

311258. 'Tien chieh.' Mandarin. 

311259. 'Wase (early) satsuma'. Mandarin. 



40 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311256 to 311260— Continued 

311260. Hesperethusa crenulata Roem. Rutaceae. 

Received from the Filipinas Gift Shop, Manila, Philippines. 

311261. Phaseolus polystachios L. Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by the University of Florida, 
Gainesville, Fla. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

Collected from wild near Gainesville, Fla. 

311262 to 311266. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by J. Sellschop, Potchef- 
stroom College of Agriculture through Plant Introduction Officer, Divi- 
sion of Seed Control, Department of Agriculture Technical Services, 
Pretoria. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

311262. 52.G.107 Fi (Rustenburg x Hebbal X Barberton x Masambika). 

311263. 64.G.195 (Senegal 48-15 X Natal Common). 

311264. 64.G.202 (Mwitunde X Natal Common). 

311265. 64.G.204 (Mwitunde X Natal Common Red). 

311266. 64.G.208 (Natal Common X Kanyoma). 

311267. Stylosanthes gracilis HBK. Leguminosae. 

From Ceylon. Seeds presented by R. J. Johnson & Company, Colombo. Re- 
ceived Jan. 28, 1966. 

Local strain used as cover crop. 

311268 to 311271. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from R. C. Notcutt Ltd., Woodbridge, 
Suffolk, England. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

311268 to 311270. Dianthus caryophyllus L. Caryophyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

311268. 'Mrs. Sinkins'. 

311269. 'Mrs. Sinkins Pink.' 

311270. 'White Ladies'. 

311271. Dianthus x allwoodii Hort. 
'Ian'. 

311272 to 311275. Pennisetum spicatum (L.) Willd. Grami- 
neae. Pearl millet. 

From India. Seeds presented by K. O. Rachie, Rockefeller Foundation, New 
Delhi. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

Bajra selections. 

311272. 23 A X BIL-1 (Ludhiana Selection from T.55— commercial Punjab 
variety) II-11-9. 

311273. BIL-3B (Ludhiana Selection from S.350— a variety from Punjab). 

311274. Hybrid Bajra No. 1 (Tf 23A X BIL-3B) II-76-9. 

311275. D.28 K 65 (D2 X IP81 F9— late inbred developed at Delhi). 
311276. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From the Philippines. Seeds presented by the International Rice Research 
Institute, Manila. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

IR9-46 (Peta X 1-geo-tze). 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 41 

311277 and 311278. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Korea. Seeds presented by the Korean Consulate, Cairo, United Arab 
Republic, through Agricultural Attache, American Embassy, Cairo. 
Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

311277. Sample G. 180-day maturity. 

311278. Sample S. 210-day maturity. 

311279. Lycopersicon esculentum var. cerasiforme (Dun.) A. 
Gray Solanaceae. Tomato. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by 0. F. Francke, Mexico 13, D. F. Received 
Jan. 28, 1966. Southern part of Papaloapam River Basin, vicinity of 
Casamahoapan, Veracruz. 

311280. Dianthus caryophyllus L. Caryophyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

From Italy. Seeds presented by Giardine Botanico e Coloniale di Palermo, 
Palermo. Received Jan. 28, 1966. 

311281. Ricinus communis L. Euphorbiaceae. Castorbean, 

From Hong Kong. Seeds presented by Tien-Hsi Cheng, Pennsylvania State 
University, University Park, Pa. Received Jan. 28, 1986. 

Reported as originating in Mainland China. 

311282. Euchlaena mexicana Schrad. Gramineae. Teosinte. 

From Guatemala. Seeds presented by the Servicio Cooperative Interameri- 
cano de Agriculture, La Aurora. Received Jan. 1960. Numbered Jan. 
26, 1966. 

A-112. Plant 5 feet high; good vigor, uniform. 

311283. Euchlaena mexicana Schrad. Gramineae. Teosinte. 

From Guatemala. Seeds presented by the Iowa State University, Ames, 
Iowa. Received Feb. 1961. Numbered Jan. 26, 1966. 

A-105. Plant 6 feet high; good vigor, uniform. 

311284. Spergula arvensis L. Caryophyllaceae. Spurry. 

From Minnesota. Seeds presented by the Department of Agronomy, Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, St. Paul. Received Dec. 1962. Numbered 
Jan. 26, 1966. 

A-614. Height 6 feet; vigor good, uniform. 

311285 to 311332. 

From India. Seeds presented by the Lloyd Botanic Garden, B'arjeeling, West 
Bengal. Received Feb. 3, 1966. 

311285. Acer campbellii Hook. f. & Thorns. Aceraceae. 

311286. Acer hookeri Miquel Hooker maple. 

311287. Acer laevtgatum Wall. 

311288. Acer oblongum Wall, ex DC 

311289. Acer sp. 

311290. Acer palmatum f. sanguineum (Carr.) Schwerin 

311291. Acer pectinatum Wall, ex Nicholson 

311292. Buddleia colvilei Hook. f. Loganiaceae. Butterflybush. 

311293. Clematis gouriana Roxb. Ranunculaceae. 

311294. Clematis Montana Buch.-Ham. ex DC. Anemone clematis. 



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Satinpoppy. 

Shrubby cinquefoil. 

Cinquefoil. 



Primrose. 



311285 to 311332— Continued 

311295. Enkianthus deflexus (Griff.) Schneider Ericaceae. 

311296. Gaultheria hookeri C. B. Clarke Ericaceae. 

311297. Gaultheria pyroloides Hook. f. & Thorns. 

311298. Hydrangea serrata (Thunb.) DC. Saxifragaceae. 

311299. Hypericum hookerianum Wight & Arn. Guttiferae. 

Hookers St.-Johns-wort. 

311300. Hypericum patulum Thumb. 

311301. Ilex intricata Hook. f. Aquifoliaceae. Nepal holly. 

311302. Meconopsis napaulensis DC. Papaveraceae. 

311303. Meconopsis paniculata (Don) Prain 

311304. Meconopsis wallichii Hook. 

311305. Potentilla fruticosa L. Rosaceae. 

311306. Potentilla fulgens Wall, ex Hook. 

311307. Potentilla leuconata D. Don 

311308. Potentilla mooniana Wight 

311309. Potentilla peduncularis D. Don 

311310. Primula geraniifolia Hook. f. Primulaceae. 

311311. Primula sp. 

311312. Primula reticulata Wall. 

311313. Primula rotundifolia Wall, ex Roxb. 

311314. Primula sapphirina Hook. f. & Thorns, ex Watt 

311315. Primula sikkimensis Hook. Sikkim primrose. 

311316. Primula stuartii Wall. Primrose. 

311317. Rhododendron anthopogon Don Ericaceae. 

311318. Rhododendron arboreum J. E. Smith. Tree rhododendron. 

311319. Rhododendron barbatum Wall, ex Don 

311320. Rhododendron sp. 

311321. Rhododendron campanulatum D. Don 

311322. Rhododendron falconeri Hook f. 

311323. Rhododendron grande Wight 

311324. Rhododendron hodgsonii Hook. f. 

311325. Rhododendron lanatum Hook. f. 

311326. Rhododendron lepidotum Wall, ex Don 

311327. Rhododendron triflorum Hook. f. 

311328. Rhododendron wightii Hook. f. 

311329. Stylomecon sp. Papaveraceae. 

311330. Viburnum coriaceum Blume Caprifoliaceae. 

311331. Viburnum erubescens Wall, ex DC. 

311332. Viburnum stellulatum Wall, ex DC. 

311333 to 311499. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by the Institute Forestal de Investigaciones y 
Experiencias, Madrid, via the U.S. Embassy, Rome, Italy. Public Law 
480 Project E-25-FS- 1. Received Feb. 4, 1966. 



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43 



311333 to 311499— Continued 

311333. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. Gramineae. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

No. A-238. Cordoba. 

311334 to 311339. Anthyllis cornicina L. Leguminosae. 

311334. No.A-85. Toledo. 

311335. No. C-86. (A-242). Toledo. 

311336. No. D-70. Ciudad Real. 

311337. No. M-66. (A-319). Ciudad Real. 

311338. No. M-109. (E-67). Toledo. 

311339. No. M-154. Madrid. 

311340 to 311344. Anthyllis lotoides L. 

311340. No. C-lll. Jaen. 311343. No. F-205. Caceres. 

311341. No.D-44. Ciudad Real. 311344. No. M-157. Madrid. 

311342. No. F-140. Badajoz. 

311345 to 311358. Anthyllis vulneraria L. Kidney vetch. 

311345. No. B-68. Segovia. 



311346. 
311347. 
311348. 
311349. 
311350. 
311351. 
311352. 
311353. 
311354. 
311355. 
311356. 
311357. 
311358. 



No. B-83. 
No. B-181. 
No. B-182. 
No. C-48. 
No. C-56. 
No. C-142. 
No. D-73. 
No. E-26. 
No. E-63. 
No. F-711. 
No. F-379. 
No. M-75. 
No. M-91. 



Jaen. 

Cuenca. 

(C-142). 
Zaragoza. 
Burgos. 

Cuenca. 
Burgos. 
Burgos. 
Burgos. 

(E-63). 

Jaen. 

(F-294). 



Cuenca. 



Burgos. 



Cuenca. 



Ciudad Real. 



311359. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Presl Gramineae. 

No. B-47. Guadalajara. 
311360 to 311363. Astragalus hamosus L. Leguminosae. 

311360. No. E-13. Cuenca. 311362. No. F-611. 

311361. No. F-176. Badajoz. 311363. No. F-648. 
311364. Astragalus macrorrhizus Cav. 

No. C-30. Burgos. 
311365 and 311366. Astragalus monspessulanus L. 

311365. No. C-169. Guadalajara. 

311366. No. F-178. Teruel. 
Brachypodium phoenicoides (L) 



Tall oatgrass. 



Cuenca. 
Badajoz. 



311367 to 311369. 
Gramineae. 



311367. No. A-218. Zaragoza. 



Roem. & Schult. 
Falsebrome. 



44 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



311333 to 311499— Continued 

311367 to 311369— Continued 

311368. No.H-8. (B-37). Teruel. 

311369. No. B-89. Jaen. 

311370 and 311371. Bromus erectus Huds. Gramineae. 



Meadow bromegrass. 



311370. 


No. A-279. Guadalajara. 


311371. 


No. G-61. Guadalajara. 


311372 and 311373. Bromus mollis L. Soft chessgrass, 


311372. 


No. E-41. Palencia. 


311373. 


No. B-167. Palencia. 


311374 to 311402. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 


311374. 


No. A-3. (B-3). Toledo. 


311375. 


No. A-12. Zaragoza. 


311376. 


No.A-23. (B-49). Toledo. 


311377. 


No. A-41. Zaragoza. 


311378. 


No. A-95. Caceres. 


311379. 


No. A-100. Leon. 


311380. 


No.A-118. (B-32). Toledo. 


311381. 


No. A-122. Teruel. 


311382. 


No. B-14. (B-64). Toledo. 


311383. 


No. B-35. Zaragoza. 


311384. 


No. B-64. (B-14). Toledo. 


311385. 


No. C-49. Murcia. 


311386. 


No. C-98. Murcia. 


311387. 


No. D-65. Badajoz. 


311388. 


No. D-67. Madrid. 


311389. 


No. D-94. Albacete. 


311390. 


No. E-12. Madrid. 


311391. 


No. E-28. Murcia. 


311392. 


No. E-31. Almeria. 


311393. 


No. E-53. Cuenca. 


311394. 


No. E-71. Palencia. 


311395. 


No. E-76. Badajoz. 


311396. 


No. E-97. Madrid. 


311397. 


No. F-70. Cadiz. 


311398. 


No. F-129. Avila. 


311399. 


No.F-146. (A-274). Guadalajara. 


311400. 


No. F-154. Ciudad Real, 


311401. 


No. H-4. Leon. 


311402. 


No.T-5. (T-6) (T-8). Burgos. 


311403 to 311405. Festuca ovina L. Gramineae. Sheep fescue. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



45 



Leguminosae. 

No. F-213. Toledo. 

No. F-312. Cuenca. 



311333 to 311499— Continued 
311403 to 311405— Continued 

311404. No. H-l. Zaragoza. 

311405. No.T-16. Burgos. 

311406 and 311407. Festuca rubra L. Red fescue. 

311406. No. B-53. Leon. 

311407. No. T-4. Burgos. 

311408. Hedysarum humile L. ex Loefl. Leguminosae. 

No. B-186. Toledo. 
311409 to 311412. Hippocrepis commutata Pau 

311409. No. A-267. Guadalajara. 311411. 

311410. No.A-334. Zaragoza. 311412. 
311413 and 311414. Hippocrepis glauca Ten. 

311413. No.C-221. Cuenca. 

311414. No. F-363. Cuenca. 

311415 and 311416. Holcus lanatus L. Gramineae. Velvetgrass. 

311415. No. B-118. Badajoz. 

311416. No. F-34. Caceres. 

311417. Hordeum bulbosum L. Gramineae. Bulbous barley. 

No. E-47. Cadiz. 

311418 and 311419. Koeleria vallesiana (Honck.) Bertol. in Roem. & 
Schult. Gramineae. 

311418. No. E-8. Zaragoza. 

311419. No. F-130. Teruel. 

311420. Lolium perenne L. Gramineae. Perennial ryegrass. 

No. E-6. Cuenca. 
311421 to 311424. Lolium rigidum Gaud. Wimmera ryegrass. 

311421. No. A-ll. Toledo. 311423. No. B-42. Toledo. 

311422. No.A-189. Cadiz. 311424. No. E-99. Cuenca. 

311425. Lotus arenarius Brot. Leguminosae. 
No. C-22. Cadiz. 

311426. Lotus conimbricensis Brot. 
No. F-259. Badajoz. 

311427. Lotus aff. decumbens Poir. 
No. A-196. Jaen. 

311428 and 311429. Lotus creticus L. 

311428. No.F-77. Cadiz. 

311429. No. F-274. Cadiz. 

311430 and 311431. Medicago lupulina L. Leguminosae. Black medic. 

311430. No. A-324. Segovia. 

311431. No. F-250. Guadalajara. 

311432 to 311446. Medicago orbicularis (L.) All. Buttonclover. 

311432. No. A-286. Cuenca. 311433. No. C-21. Ciudad Real. 



46 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



311333 to 311499— Continued 
311432 to 311446— Continued 



311434. 


No. C-65. Badajoz. 


311441. 


No. F-317. 


Badajoz. 


311435. 


No. C-87. Madrid. 


311442. 


No. G-ll. 


Toledo. 


311436. 


No. C-159. Caceres. 


311443. 


No. G-74. 


Madrid. 


311437. 


No. C-295. Jaen. 


311444. 


No. G-77. 


Toledo. 


311438. 


No. D-80. Badajoz. 


311445. 


No. M-74. 


Ciudad Real. 


311439. 


No. E-9. Cuenca. 


311446. 


No. M-161 


Madrid. 


311440. 


No. F-142. Badajoz. 








311447 to 311463. Medicago sativa L. 






Alfalfa 


311447. 


No. A-177. Cuenca. 


311456. 


No. E-62. 


Zaragoza. 


311448. 


No. A-200. Segovia. 


311457. 


No. E-100. 


Cuenca. 


311449. 


No. A-216. Burgos. 


311458. 


No. F-200. 


Burgos. 


311450. 


No. A-287. Burgos. 


311459. 


No. F-700. 


Burgos. 


311451. 


No. A-329. Cuenca. 


311460. 


No. F-712. 


Burgos. 


311452. 


No. C-201. Zaragoza. 


311461. 


No. G-64. 


Guadalajara. 


311453. 


No. D-78. Albacete. 


311462. 


No. M-95. 


Toledo. 


311454. 


No. E-50. Cuenca. 


311463. 


No. T-18. 


Badajoz. 


311455. 


No. E-51. Zaragoza. 








311464 and 311465. Medicago turbinata (L.) All. 




311464. 


No. A-45. Badajoz. 








311465. 


No. G-47. Ciudad Real. 








311466. Onobrychis argentea Boiss. 


Leguminosae. 




No. B-180. Toledo. 








311467 to 311471. Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. 




Sainfoin. 


311467. 


No. B-184. Burgos. 








311468. 


No. F-388. Albacete. 








311469. 


No. A-344. Source not giver 


i. 






311470. 


No. B-175. Burgos. 








311471. 


No. B-179. Burgos. 









Phalaris aquatica L. Gramineae. 



Leguminosae. 



311472 and 311473. 

Large canarygrass. 

311472. No. A-192. Badajoz. 

311473. No. T-17. Burgos. 
311474. Tetragonolobus siliquosus (L.) Roth 

No. C-281. Guadalajara. 
311475 to 311481. Trifolium cherleri L. i.eguminosae. 

311475. No. C-158. Caceres. 311479. No. F-665. 

311476. No. C-183. Toledo. 311480. No. M-110. 

311477. No. C-253. Jaen. 311481. No. M-126. 

311478. No. F-662. Badajoz. 
311482 to 311487. Trifolium hirtum All. 

311482. No. C-58. Badajoz. 311483. No. F-515. 



Badajoz. 

Toledo, 

Caceres. 

Rose clover. 

Cordoba. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 47 

311333 to 311499— Continued 
311482 to 311487— Continued 

311484. No. G-26. Madrid. 311486. No. M-156. Madrid. 

311485. No. M-38. Madrid. 311487. No. T-21. Badajoz. 
311488 and 311489. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

311488. No. C-64. Burgos. 

311489. No. C-208. Ciudad Real. 

311490. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

No. F-664. Segovia. 
311491 and 311492. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

311491. No. F-708. Burgos. 

311492. No. M-193. Burgos. 

311493 to 311495. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

311493. No. C-217. Jaen. 

311494. No. M-40. Madrid. 

311495. No. M-59. Cadiz. 

311496 to 311499. Trifolium subterraneum L. Leguminosae. 

Subterranean clover. 

311496. No. C-141. Caceres. 

311497. No.F-31. (F-374). Caceres. 

311498. No. F-324. Ciudad Real. 

311499. No. T-l. Badajoz. 

311500. Camellia japonica L. Theaceae. Common camellia. 

From Australia. Scions presented by Theodore C. Ruckert, Myrtle Bank. 
Received Feb. 8, 1966. 

'Leviathan'. South Australia. 
311501 to 311518. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by the University of Arizona — U.S. Agency 
for International Development Contract Team, Fortaleza, Ceara. Re- 
ceived Feb. 8, 1966. 

Grown in the Nursery at the Instituto of Zootecnia, University of Ceara. 

311501 and 311502. Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. 

Pigeon-pea. 

311501. 'Guandu No. 1'. 

311502. 'Guandu No. 2'. 

311503 and 311504. Canavalia ensiformis (L.) DC. Leguminosae. 

Jackbean. 

311503. 'Fava de Boi\ 

311504. 'Feijao de Porco Branco'. 

311505. Centrosema pubescens Benth. Leguminosae. 
'Jitirana'. 

311506. Clitoria ternatea L. Leguminosae. Asian pigeonwings. 
'Cunha No. 1.'. 

311507. Desmodium discolor Vogel Leguminosae. 
'Marmelada de Cavalo'. 



48 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311501 to 311518— Continued 

311508 and 311509. Dolichos lablab L. Leguminosae. Hyacinth-bean. 

311508. 'Lab-lab Branca'. 

311509. 'Lab-lab Roxa'. 

311510 and 311511. Glycine javanica L. Leguminosae. 

311510. f Soja Perene No. 2\ 
3115 L 'Soja Perene No. S ? . 

311512. Indigofera hirsuta L. Leguminosae. Hairy indigo. 

'Anileira*. 

31*513. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam,) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

'Leucena'. 

311514. Mimosa caesalpiniaefolia Benth. Leguminosae. 
'Sabia'. 

311515. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. Leguminosae. 
'Siratro'. 

311516. Sesbania exasperata HBK. Leguminosae. 
'Canafistula de lagoa'. 

311517. Stizolobium aterrimum Piper & Tracy Leguminosae. 

Velvetbean. 

'Mucuna preta'. 

311518. Teramnus uncinatus (L.) Swartz Leguminosae. 
'Amendoiu de veado\ 

311519. Gossypium gossypioides (Ulbr.) Stand. Malvaceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Feb. 
8, 1966. 

Col. No. 21887. El Coyul, along Pan American highway. Elevation 3,000 
feet. Shrub to 118 inches high. Leafy; petals light lavender without, deep 
purple within. 

311520. Vernonia anthelmintica (L.) Willd. Compositae. 

Ironweed. 

From West Pakistan. Seeds presented by E. Nasir, Gordon College Rawal- 
pindi. Received Feb. 8, 1966. 

Market in Rawalpindi. Seeds from cultivated plants about 15 miles from 
Manserah, District Hazara. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311521. Sorghum sp. Gramineae. 

From Zambia. Seeds collected by W. L. Astle, Mochipapa Regional Experi- 
ment Station, Choma. Received Feb. 8, 1966. 

Collected in Luangwa Valley. 

311522 to 311708. Avena sterilis L. Gramineae. 

Animated oats. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem, under Public Law 480 Project A10-CR-20. Re- 
ceived Nov. 1965. Numbered Feb. 8, 1966. 

Collected at Hadera, central coastal plain. 



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311522 to 311708— Continued 

311522. No. D 11-70-21. 

311523. No. D 11-70-22. 

311524. No. D 11-71-25. 
Collected at Eilaboon, lower Galilee 

311525. No. D 40-4. 

311526. No. D 40-11. 

311527. No. D 40-13. 

311528. No. D 40-14. 

311529. No. D 40-15. 

311530. No. D 40-21. 

311531. No. D 40-22. 
Collected at Nesher, Mount Carmel. 

311538. No, D 136-6. 

311539. No. D 136-7. 

311540. No. D 136-11. 

311541. No. D 136-22. 
Collected at Ein Dor, lower Galilee. 

311546. No. D 143-1. 

311547. No. D 143-4. 

311548. No. D 143-5. 

311549. No. D 143-6. 
Collected at Maghar, eastern lower 

311553. No. 6-76-2-1. 

311554. No. 6-76-2-2. 

311555. No. 6-76-2-3. 

311556. No. 6-76-2-4. 

311557. No. 6-76-2-5. 

311558. No. 6-76-3-1. 

311559. No. 6-76-4-1 

311560. No. 6-76-4-2. 

311561. No. 6-76-4-3. 

311562. No. 6-76-4-4. 

311563. No. 6-76-4-5. 

311564. No. 6-76-4-6. 

311565. No. 6-76-4-7. 

311566. No. 6-76-4-8. 

311567. No. 6-76-4-9. 
Collected at I'billin, lower Galilee. 

311582. No. 6-82-5-1. 

311583. No. 6-82-5-2. 

311584. No. 6-82-5-3. 

311585. No. 6-82-5-4. 



311532. 


No. D 40-23. 


311533. 


No. D 40-24. 


311534. 


No. D 40-31. 


311535. 


No. D 40-32. 


311536. 


No. D 40-33. 


311537. 


No. D 40-35. 


311542. 


No. D 136-24. 


311543. 


No. D 136-31. 


311544. 


No. D 136-33. 


311545. 


No. D 136-35. 


311550. 


No. D 143-23. 


311551. 


No. D 143-31. 


311552. 


No. D 143-32. 


Galilee. 




311568. 


No. 6-76-4-10. 


311569. 


No. 6-76-5-1. 


311570. 


No. 6-76-5-2. 


311571. 


No. 6-76-5-3. 


311572. 


No. 6-76-5-4. 


311573. 


No. 6-76-5-5. 


311574. 


No. 6-76-5-6. 


311575. 


No. 6-76-5-7. 


311576. 


No. 6-76-5-8, 


311577. 


No. 6-76-5-9. 


311578. 


No. 6-76-5-10. 


311579. 


No. 6-76-5-12. 


311580. 


No. 6-76-5-13. 


311581. 


No. 6-76-5-15. 


311586. 


No. 6-82-5-5. 


311587. 


No. 6-82-5-6. 


311588. 


No. 6-82-5-7. 


311589. 


No. 6-82-5-23. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 

No. 



311522 to 311708— Continued 

Collected at Ginnosar, Sea of Galilee. 

311590. No. 6-89-3-3. 311592. 

311591. No. 6-89-3-23. 311593. 
Collected at Sha'ar HaAliyya, coast of Carmel. 

311594. No. 6-90-3-2. 311597. 

311595. No. 6-90-3-4. 311598. 

311596. No. 6-90-3-5. 311599. 
Collected at Kefar Ata, Haifa Bay. 

311600. No. 6-93-5-2-21. 

311601. No. 6-93-5-2-22. 

Collected at HaHoterim, coast of Carmel. 

311602. No. 6-105-5-1. 311611. No. 

311603. No. 6-105-5-2. 311612. No. 

311604. No. 8-105-5-3. 311613. No. 

311605. No. 6-105-5-5. 311614. No. 

311606. No, 6-105-5-6. 311615. No. 

311607. No. 6-105-5-7. 311616. No. 

311608. No. 6-105-5-11. 311617. No. 

311609. No. 6-105-5-13. 311618. No. 

311610. No. 6-105-5-15. 311619. No. 
Collected at Nesher, Haifa Bay. 

311620. No. 6-110-1-2. 

311621. No. 6-110-1-6. 

Collected at Bet-Lehem Hagelilit, lower Galilee. 

311622. No. 6-112-1-5. 

311623. No. 6-112-1-11. 

311624. No. 6-112-1-15. 

311625. No. 6-125-3-9. Collected at Atlit, coast of 
Collected at Nahalal, Valley of Esdraelon. 

311626. No. 6-136-5-32. 

311627. No. 6-136-5-33. 

311628. No. 6-136-5-35. 

Collected at Kerem Maharal, Mount Carmel. 

311629. No. 6-153-4-1. 311632. 

311630. No. 6-153-4-6. 311633. 

311631. No. 6-153-4-11. 
Collected at Tel Yoqne'am, Mount Carmel. 

311634. No. 6-167-5-21. 311640. 

311635. No. 6-167-5-22. 311641. 

311636. No. 6-167-5-24. 311642. 

311637. No. 6-167-5-26. 311643. 

311638. No. 6-167-5-34. 311644. 

311639. No. 6-168-1-11. 



6-89-3-24. 
6-89-3-29. 

6-90-3-6. 
6-90-3-7. 
6-90-3-17. 



6-105-5-17. 

6-105-5-21. 

6-105-5-22. 

6-105-5-23. 

6-105-5-24. 

6-105-5-34. 

6-105-5-35. 

6-105-5-4-21. 

6-105-5-4-25. 



Carmel. 



No. 


6-153-4- 


-24. 


No. 


6-153-4- 


-25. 


No. 


6-168-1- 


-21. 


No. 


6-168-1- 


-22. 


No. 


6-168-1- 


-26. 


No. 


6-168-1- 


-33. 


No. 


6-168-1- 


-1-32, 



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No. 6-174-5-2. 
No. 6-174-5-3. 
No. 6-174-5-4. 
No. 6-174-5-5. 
No. 6-174-5-7. 
No. 6-174-5-8. 
No. 6-174-5-9. 



311522 to 311708— Continued 

Collected at En Dor, eastern lower Galilee. 

311645. No. 6-174-3-31. 311652. 

311646. No. 6-174-3-32. 311653. 

311647. No. 6-174-3-33. 311654. 

311648. No. 6-174-3-34. 311655. 

311649. No. 6-174-3-35. 311656. 

311650. No. 6-174-3-36. 311657. 

311651. No. 6-174-5-1. 311658. 
Collected at Hare Yavneel, eastern lower Galilee. 

311659. No. 6-176-1-22. 

311660. No. 6-176-1-31. 

311661. No. 6-176-1-33. 

311662. No. 6-176-1-35. 

Collected at South of Midrakh Oz, Plateau of Menashe. 

311663. No. 6-216-2-32. 311666. No. 6-216-2-36. 

311664. No. 6-216-2-33. 311667. No. 6-216-2-2-31 

311665. No. 6-216-2-35. 311668. No. 6-216-2-2-32 
Collected at Giv'at Hayyim, central coastal plain. 

311669. No. 6-257-1-2. 311676. No. 6-257-1-21. 

311670. No. 6-257-1-4. 311677. 

311671. No. 6-257-1-5. 311678. 

311672. No. 6-257-1-6. 311679. 

311673. No. 6-257-1-11. 311680. 

311674. No. 6-257-1-13. 311681. 

311675. No. 6-257-1-14. 311682. 
Collected at Beerotayim, central coastal plain. 

311683. No. 6-272-4-3. 311686. 

311684. No. 6-272-4-23. 311687. 

311685. No. 6-272-4-31. 
Collected at Holot Yavne, central coastal plain. 

311688. No. 6-313-5-2. 311697. 

311689. No. 6-313-5-6. 311698. 

311690. No. 6-313-5-7. 311699. 

311691. No. 6-313-5-11. 311700. 

311692. No. 6-313-5-17. 311701. 

311693. No. 6-313-5-21. 311702. 

311694. No. 6-313-5-22. 311703. 

311695. No. 6-313-5-23. 311704. 

311696. No. 6-313-5-27. 311705. 
Collected at Tal-Shahar, Judean foothills. 

311706. No. 6-336-3-24. 

311707. No. 6-336-3-32. 

311708. No. 6-336-3-35. 



No. 6-257-1-22. 
tto. 6-257-1-23. 
No. 6-257-1-31. 
No. 6-257-1-32. 
No. 6-257-1-34. 
No. 6-257-1-35. 

No. 6-272-4-32. 
No. 6-272-4-1-21. 



No. 6-313-5-31. 
No. 6-313-5-32. 
No. 6-313-5-33. 
No. 6-313-5-34. 
No. 6-313-5-3-22. 
No. 6-313-5-3-23. 
No. 6-313-5-3-31. 
No. 6-313-5-3-32. 
No. 6-313-5-3-33. 



52 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311709. Dianthus caryophyllus L. Caryophyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

From France. Seeds presented by Jardin Des Plantes, Universite de Mont- 
pellier, Montpellier. Received Feb. 10, 1966. 

311710. Erianthus giganteus (Walt.) Muhl. Gramineae. 

Plume grass. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by B. A. Belcher, Agricultural 
Research Service, Sugar Crops Field Station, Cario, Ga. Received Feb. 
10, 1966. 

Low inundated creek bottom along west side of Interstate Highway 75, 2 
miles north of Cordele, Ga. exit. 

311711 to 311713. 

From Chile. Seeds collected from Juan Fernandez Islands by F. G. Meyer, 
National Arboretum, Washington, D. C. Received Feb. 10, 1966. 

311711. Brassica napus L. Cruciferae. Winter rape. 

Col. No. 9559. Cerro Alto facing Porto Ingles, Mas Atierra. Elevation 
1,000 feet. Biennial or perennial, 18 to 48 inches tall; flowers bright yellow; 
root napiform; moist banks at edge of woods at base of cliff; common. 

311712. Bromus fernandezianus (R. A. Phil) Skottsb. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 9508. Along crest of ridge, Cerro Salsipuedes, Mas Atierra. 
Elevation 1,350 feet. Tufted plant with long clambering culms, forming a 
dense loose mat and growing up through shrubs of Escallonia and Pern- 
ettya, sometimes reclining over rocks on cliff faces. 

311713. Stipa neesiana Trin. & Rupr. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 9356. Between Quebrada de las Casas and Q. Vacas, Mas 
Afuera. Short rhizomes, 18 to 48 inches tall; on open slopes above the 
sea; common. 

311714. Pyrus communis L. Rosaceae. 

From Italy. Budsticks presented by the Centro Miglicramento Piante 
Ortofrutticole, Firenze. Received Feb. 11, 1966. 

'Eletta Morettini'. 
311715 to 311718. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier & Sons, Winchester, 
England. Received Feb. 15, 1966. 

311715. Cleyera sp. Theaceae. 
F. 24578. 

311716. Eurya japonica Thunb. Theaceae. 
F. 26156. 

311717. Ilex sikkimensis Kurz Aquifoliaceae. 

311718. Lindera megaphylla Hemsl. Lauraceae. 

311719 to 311721. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Institute Agronomico de Estado de Sao 
Paulo, Campinas. Plants propagated by Oilseeds and Industrial Crops 
Research Branch, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Feb. 16, 1966. 

311719 and 311720. Arachis glabrata Benth. Leguminosae. 

311719. V. 350. 

311720. V. 361. 



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53 



311719 to 311721— Continued 

311721. Arachis sp. 

V. 360. 

311722. Puccinellia capillaris (Liljebl.) Jansen Gramineae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived Feb. 16, 1966. 

C.P.I. 15034. Collected in Kaklic Village, Turkey in 1951. 

311723 to 311754. 

From Poland. Seeds presented by Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultiva- 
tion, Poznan, through R. L. Mitchell, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. 
Received Feb. 16, 1966. 

311723. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. 

'Ludowy'. 

311724 and 311725. Brassica hirta Moench 

311724. 'Borowska'. 

311725. 'Nakielska'. 
311726. Brassica juncea (L.) Coss. 
311727 to 311733. Brassica napus L. 

311727. 'Bronowski'. 311731. 

311728. 'Czyzowskich'. 311732. 

311729. 'Gorczanski'. 311733. 

311730. 'Mazowiecki'. 
311734. Brassica nigra (L.) Koch 
311735 and 311736. Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz. 

311735. 'Borowska'. 

311736. Trzybrodzka'. 
311737 and 311738. Carthamus tinctorius L. 

311737. 'Borowski'. 

311738. 'Mlochowski'. 

311739. Cnicus benedictus L. Compositae. Blessed thistle. 

Crambe abyssinica Hochst. ex R. E. Fries Cruciferae. 
Cucurbita pepo L. Cucurbitaceae. Pumpkin. 

Eruca sativa Mill. Cruciferae. 

Helianthus annuus L. Compositae. Sunflower. 

Lallemantia iberica (Bieb.) Fisch. & Mey. Labiatae. 



Summer turnip rape. 



White mustard. 



Chinese mustard. 
Rape. 

'Mlochowski'. 

'Skrzeszowicki'. 

'Warszawski'. 



Black mustard. 

Cruciferae. 



Compositae. Safflower. 



311740. 
311741. 
311742. 
311743. 
311744. 
311745. 



Lepidium sativum L. Cruciferae. 
311746 and 311747. Linum usitatissimum L. Linaceae. 

311746. 'Kotowiecki'. 

311747. LCSD-200. 

311748. Madia sativa Molina Compositae. 

311749 to 311751. Papaver somniferum L. Papaveraceae. 

311749. 'Bialy Pulawski'. 

311750. 'Niebieski'. 



Garden cress. 
Flax. 



Tarweed. 
Opium poppy. 



54 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311723 to 311754— Continued 

311749 to 311751— Continued 

311751. Tulawski Niebieski'. 
311752. Perilla frutescens (L.) Britton Labiatae. Green perilla. 

311753 and 311754. Raphanus sativus L. Cruciferae. Radish. 

311753. 'Baszta'. 

311754. 'Borowska'. 

311755 to 311758. Punica granatum L. Punicaceae. 

Pomegranate. 

From Israel. Cuttings presented by the National and University Institute of 
Agriculture, Plant Introduction Service, Rehovoth. Received Feb. 17, 
1966. 

311755. 'Black Mallisi'. 311757. 'Red Mallisi'. 

311756. 'Green Mallisi'. 311758. 'Shirabi'. 

311759 to 311767. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by W. H. Cross, Boll Weevil Research Labora- 
tory, State College, Miss. Received Feb. 17, 1966. 

311759 to 311763. Gossypium davidsonii Kellogg Malvaceae. 

Baja California Territorio Sur. 

311759. Col. No. 9. South of La Paz 9 miles on Todos Santos Road. 

311760. Col. No. 10. Rancho San Pedro just south of Todos Santos 
Road. 

311761. Col. No. 11-12. South of Punta Pescadero 28 miles on La Paz- 
San Lucas Road. 

311762. Col. No. 14. North of San Lucas 5.4 miles on La Paz Road. 

311763. Col. No. 19. Southeast of San Bartolo 6.9 miles on Los Barriles 
Road. 

311764 and 311765. Gossypium harknessii T. S. Brandeg. 

Baja California Territorio Sur. 

311764. Col. No. 22. Highway at Km. 33-34 west of La Paz. 

311765. Col. No. 25. North of Loreto 4.7 to 8.3 miles on Mulege Road. 
311766 and 311767. Gossypium thurberi Todaro 

Sonora. 

311766. Col. No. 3. Km. 2345-6 on highway south of Casita. 

311767. Col. No. 4. Km. 2335 on highway north of Imuris. 

311768 to 311771. 

From Switzerland. Seeds presented by H. Correvon and Fils, Chene-Bourg. 
Received Feb. 18, 1966. 

311768. Alyssum spinosum L. Cruciferae., 

311769. Cyclamen atkinsii T. Moore Primulaceae. 

311770. Cyclamen europaeum L. European cyclamen. 

311771. Cyclamen neapolitanum Ten. 

311772 and 311773. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Volcani Institute of Agricultural Re- 
search, Rehovoth. Received Feb. 21, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 55 

311772 and 311773— Continued 

311772. Balsamocitrus dawei Stapf Rutaceae. 

311773. Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck Rutaceae. Sweet orange. 
'Shamouti'. 

311774 to 311778. 

From Germany. Cuttings presented by the Landes-Lehr-und Versuchsanstalt 
fur Wein und Gartenbau, Postfach, Received Feb. 23, 1966. 

311774 to 311777. Prunus avium L. Rosaceae. Sweet cherry. 

311774. 'Haumuller Mitteldicke'. 

311775. 'Napoleons-Kirsche'. 

311776. 'Schneiders spate rote Knorpelkirsche\ 

311777. 'Werdersche Braune'. (Suskirschenedelreiser) 
311778. Prunus cerasifera Ehrh. 

'Myrobalana Pfalzer Type'. 

311779. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

From Nicaragua. Seed collected in 1965 by H. S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received Feb. 23, 1966. 

Col. No. 21648. 'Frijol chile'. Somoto. Elevation 2,400 feet. Dark red, 
variable ; bush type. 

311780 to 311785. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected in 1965 by H. S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, New Crops Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, 
Md. Received Feb. 23, 1966. 

311780. Col. No. 21675. 'Frijol negro'. Market in Comayagua. Small, 
rounded, black. 

Market in Sabana Grande, Morazan Department. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311781. Col. No. 21702. 'Frijol chile'. Small, red with color variants. 

311782. Col. No. 21703. 'Frijol rojo'. Variable, red; bush type. 

311783. Col. No. 21704. 'Frijol chile'. Small, red with color variants; 
bush type. 

311784. Col. No. 21705. 'Frijol liberal'. Morazan Department, 13 miles 
east of Pespire along highway to Tegue. Elevation 1,300 feet. Small, 
pods white, or red, or purplish; seeds small, red, shiny; bush type. 40 
days maturity. 

311785. Col. No. 21932. 'Frijol rico'. 'Rico'. Escuela Agricola Pan 
Americana, Zamorano. Selected at Turrialba, Costa Rica. Bush 
vigorous, stems thick, strong; seeds black. Notable disease resistance. 

311786 to 311794. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From El Salvador. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural 
explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received Feb. 23, 1966. 

Near Zapotitan. Elevation 1,500 feet. 

311786. Col. No. 21452. 'Frijol tineco Colorado'. Elongate, red; pole type. 
Angular leaf spot present. 



56 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311786 to 311794— Continued 

311787. Col. No. 21453. 'Frijol tineco negro'. Dark brown to black; pole 
type. Angular leaf spot all through field. 

311788. Col. No. 21454. 'Frijol tineco negro'. Pods long, seeds black. 

311789. Col. No. 21455. 'Frijol cuarantino'. Bush type. 40 days maturity. 
Market in Santa Ana. Elevation 2,000 feet. 

311790. Col. No. 21457. 'Frijol tineco negro'. Small, shiny black; pole 
type. 

311791. Col. No. 21458. 'Tineco chico Colorado'. Small reddish brown to 
pink; pole type. 

311792. Col. No. 21459. 'Frijol mono'. Small, dull black; pole type. 

311793. Col. No. 21461. 'Frijol bianco gordo'. Uniform white; pole type. 

311794. Col. No. 21462. 'Tineco rojo'. Small, red to brown; pole type. 

311795 to 311893. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Mary- 
land. Received Feb. 23, 1966. 

311795. Phaseolus lunatus L. Leguminosae. Lima bean. 

Col. No. 21448. Trijol curona'. Market in Jutiapa. Elevation 3,500 
feet. Flat, black; with white eye. 

311796 to 311893. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Common bean. 

Chimaltenango Valley. Elevation 5,500 feet. 

311796. Col. No. 21361. 'Frijol blancol'. White; bush type. Plants 
uniform, healthy, with good set of pods. 

311797. Col. No. 21362. 'Frijol negro'. Small, uniform, black; bush 
type. 

311798. Col. No. 21363. 'Frijol negro'. Pods dark purple; seeds black. 
Market in Jutiapa. Elevation 3,500 feet. 

311799. Col. No. 21442. 'Frijol negro del snelo'. Small, dull black; 
bush type. 

311800. Col. No. 21443. 'Frijol nylon'. Small, black; bush type. 

311801. Col. No. 21444. 'Frijol retinto'. Small, dull red, bush type. 

311802. Col. No. 21445. 'Frijol bianco'. Small, white, bush type. 
Planted in May. 

311803. Col. No. 21446. 'Frijol bianco'. White, large full seeds; bush 
type. 

311804. Col. No. 21447. 'Frijol Colorado'. Small, slender, red; bush 
type. 

311805. Col. No. 21448A. 'Frijol negro'. Small, black; bush type. 

311806. Col. No. 21449. 'Frijol negro del suelo'. Small, black; poorly 
filled; bush type. 

311807. Col. No. 21450. 'Frijol Colorado obscura'. Mixed. Small, dark 
red to brown; bush type. 

Market in Progresso. Elevation 1,200 feet. 

311808. Col. No. 21713. 'Frijol negro'. Black; bush type. 

311809. Col. No. 21715. 'Frijol negro'. From new crop. August to 
November. 



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311795 to 311893— Continued 

311796 to 311894— Continued 

311810. Col. No. 21716. 'Frijol bianco del suelo'. Mixed sizes; bush 
type. 

311811. Col. No. 21717. 'Negro de suelo'. Black; bush type. 
El Rancho, Progresso Department. Elevation 1,100 feet. 

311812. Col. No. 21718. 'Frijol negro'. Black; pole type. 

311813. Col. No. 12719. 'Frijol negro del suelo'. Small, black; bush 
type. 

Store in San Jeronimo, Baja Verapaz Department. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311814. Col. No. 21721. 'Frijol negro'. Mixed sizes; black. 

311815. Col. No. 21722. 'Negro del suelo'. Black bush type. 
Salama, Baja Verapaz Department. Elevation 2,800 feet. 

311816. Col. No. 21723. 'Negro del suelo'. Uniform; black. 

311817. Col. No. 21724. 'Negro del suelo'. Small, black; bush type. 

311818. Col. No. 21725. 'Mostecillo' or 'Siete sopas'. Very small; shiny, 
black. 

Tactic, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,200 feet. 

311819. Col. No. 21727. 'Piloy'. Large; variegated; pole type. 

311820. Col. No. 21728. 'Frijol negro'. Black; bush type. 

311821. Col. No. 21729. 'Negro del suelo'. Black; bush type. 

311822. Col. No. 21730. 'Negro del suelo'. Santa Cruz, Alta Verapaz 
Department. Elevation 4,000 feet. Black; bush type 

Coban, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

311823. Col. No. 21732. 'Frijol Colorado'. Pale red; bush type. 

311824. Col. No. 21733. 'Frijol Colorado'. Red; bush type. 

311825. Col. No. 21734. 'Frijol Colorado'. Red; bush type. 

311826. Col. No. 21735. 'Piloy'. Large; variegated. 

311827. Col. No. 21736. 'Piloy'. Variegated; pole type. 

31 1828. Col. No. 21737. 'Frijol negro'. Mixed sizes; black, dull. 

311829. Col. No. 21738. 'Frijol bianco'. Uniform; white. 

311830. Col. No. 21739. 'Negro de bara'. Shiny, black; pole type. 

311831. Col. No. 21740. 'Frijol amarillo'. Uniform, depressed hilum; 
light yellow. 

San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 4,00b feet. 

311832. Col. No. 21743. 'Frijol bianco'. Mixed sizes, some very small; 
white. 

311833. Col. No. 21744. 'Pilieu'. Large, light necked orange colored; 
pole type. 

311834. Col. No. 21745. 'Pajcha'. Dark, dull purple. 

311835. Col. No. 21747. 'Negro del suelo\ Black; bush type. 
Santa Elena, Alta Verapaz Department. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311836. Col. No. 21751. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Black; bush type. 
Near Uspantan, Quiche Department. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

311837. Col. No. 21752. 'Frijol negro de bara'. Pods large, purple; 
seeds black; pole type. 



58 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



311795 to 311893— Continued 
311796 to 311894— Continued 

311838. Col. No. 21753. 'Frijol bianco del suelo'. Uniform, well filled, 
white; bush type. 

Market in Chicaman, Quiche Department. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

311839. Col. No. 21754. Black; bush type. 

311840. Col. No. 21755. 'Negro del suelo'. Small, black; bush type. 

311841. Col. No. 21756. Uniform, black with very white eye; bush type. 
Market in Quiche. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

311842. Col. No. 21757. 'Negro del suelo'. Uniform, black; bush type. 

311843. Col. No. 21758. 'Frijol de gato'. Large, oval, variegate. 

311844. Col. No. 21759. 'Frijol bianco'. Large, well rounded, white. 

311845. Col. No. 21760. 'Frijol del suelo'. Black; bush type. 

311846. Col. No. 21762. 'Frijol negro'. Uniform, shiny, black; pole 
type. 

Market in Chichicastenango, Quiche Department. Elevation 6,500 feet. 

311847. Col. No. 21766. 'Poleu'. Large, bright orange brown, speckled; 



pole type. 

311848. Col. No. 21767. 
eye; pole type. 

311849. Col. No. 21768. 
type. 

311850. Col. No. 21769. 

311851. Col. No. 21771. 
pole type. 

311852. Col. No. 21772. 

311853. Col. No. 21773. 

311854. Col. No. 21774. 
bush type. 

311855. Col. No. 21774A. 

311856. Col. No. 21775. 

311857. Col. No. 21776. 
Col. No. 21777. 



'Negro de guia'. Uniform, shiny, black, small 

'Negro del suelo'. Uniform, dusty black; bush 

'Pileua'. Large, speckled, reddish orange. 
'Negro de guia'. Well rounded, shiny, black; 



'Negro del suelo'. 
'Colorado del suelo' 
'Colorado chico'. 



Black ; bush type. 
. Uniform, red; bush type. 
Mixed, small, rounded, red; 

Uniform, black; bush type. 
White; pole type. 



311858. 

type. 

311859. Col. No. 21778 
pole type. 

311860. Col. No. 21779. 

311861. Col. No. 21780. 'Frijol del gato'. 
mixed with whites and blacks. 

311862. Col. No. 21781. 'Negro de milpa 
type. 

311863. 

311864. 

311865. 



'Negro del suelo'. 
'Blanco del suelo'. 
'Colorado del suelo'. Light and dark red; bush 

'Piloy negro'. Large, black, some speckled; 

'Frijol Colorado'. 



Long, dark red. 
Black and gray pinto bean 

. Rounded, waxy black pole 



Col. No. 21782. 
Col. No. 21783. 
Col. No. 21784. 

311866. Col. No. 21785. 
pole type. 

311867. Col. No. 21786. 



'Blanco del milpa'. 
'Negro del surco'. 



White ; pole type. 
Uniform, black; bush type. 
Frijol bianco'. Sizes vary; white. 
'Negro del milpa'. Well rounded, shiny black; 



'Negro de surco'. Long, dull black; bush type. 



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59 



311795 to 311893— Continued 
311796 to 311894— Continued 

Col. No. 21787. 'Colorado del surco' 



311868. 

type. 

311869. Col. No. 21788. 'Negro de milpo'. 

311870. Col. No. 21789. 'Negro del surco'. 
Market in Amatitlan. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

311871. Col. No. 21791. 'Negro del suelo'. 

311872. Col. No. 21792. 

311873. Col. No. 21793. 

311874. Col. No. 21794. 

311875. Col. No. 21795. 

311876. Col. No. 21796. 
bush type. 

311877. Col. No. 21797. 
Col. No. 21798. 



Small, dark red; bush 



'Negro del suelo'. 
'Frijol Colorado'. 
'Blanco del suelo'. 
'Colorado del suelo 
'Frijol Colorado'. 



Waxy black; pole type. 
Black; bush type. 

Black; bush type. 

Black; bush type. 
Red; bush type. 

White; bush type. 

Small, red; bush type. 

Rather elongate dark red; 



311878. 

type. 

311879. 
311880. 



Negro del suelo'. 
'Frijol Colorado'. 



Black; bush type. 
Variable, small, red; 



bush 



Col. No. 21799. 'Piloy'. Large, multi-colored; pole type. 
Col. No. 21800. 'Piloy'. Large, varicolored; pole type. 
Santa Maria Jesus, Sacatepequez Department. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

311881. Col. No. 21801. 'Negro del suelo'. Black; bush type. 

Along road to Huehuetenango, 21 miles north of San Cristobal road fork. 
Elevation 8,500 feet. 

311882. Col. No. 21808. 'Piloy'. Mixed sizes. Variegated. 
Market in Huehuetenango. Elevation 6,200 feet. 

311883. Col. No. 21807. Small, uniform, black; bush type. 

311884. Col. No. 21809. 'Frijol Colorado'. Small, shiny red; bush type. 

311885. Col. No. 21810. 'Frijol bianco'. White; bush type. 

311886. Col. No. 21812. 'Negro matiado'. Uniform, black; bush type. 

311887. Col. No. 21813. 'Frijol Colorado'. Small, uniform, red; bush 
type. 

311888. 
bush type. 

311889. Col 
type. 

311890. 

type. 

311891. 
311892. 



Col. No. 21814. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Small, uniform, black; 
No. 21815. 'Frijol de mata'. Small, uniform, black; bush 
Col. No. 21816. 'Frijol bianco'. Small, uniform, white; bush 



311893. Col 

bush type. 



Col. No. 21817. 
Col. No. 21818. 

No. 21819. 



Black; bush type. 
'Frijol bianco'. White; bush type. 
'Frijol de mata'. Bright black with white; 



311894 to 312098. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Feb. 24, 1966. 



60 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



311894 to 312098— Continued 

311894. Col. No. 21202. 'Frijol garapata'. El Plumo, Caborca District, 
Sonora. Pinto bean grown in desert valleys during summer rains. 

311895. Col. No. 21208. 'Frijol azufrado'. San Bernardo, Rio Mayo, 
Sonora. Elevation 1,400 feet. Small, full, light colored. 

Market in Alamos, Sonora. 

311896. Col. No. 21213. 'Azufrado del rio\ Small, pale yellow. 

311897. Col. No. 21214. 'Blanco del rio\ Very small, white. 

311898. Col. No. 21215. 'Azufrado de la sierra'. Mixed, pale yellow to 
pink. 

Ixtlan del Rio, Nayarit. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

311899. Col. No. 21218. 'Frijol azufrado'. Small, pale yellow. 

311900. Col. No. 21219. 'Frijol azufrado'. Thick, blocky. 
Market in Atotonilco, Jalisco. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

311901. Col. No. 21221. 'Frijol sarco'. Thick, round, light tan. 

311902. Col. No. 21222. 'Frijol borrego'. Spotted. 

311903. Col. No. 21223. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Mixed; common. 

311904. Col. No. 21224. 'Frijol morada del agua'. Lavender. 

311905. Col. No. 21225. 'Frijol garbanza'. Mixed sizes, pale buff. 

311906. Col. No. 21226. 'Frijol americano'. Mixed, large, light colored. 

311907. Col. No. 21227. 'Frijol sarco'. Uniform, round, light colored. 
Market in Penjamo, Guanjuato. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

311908. Col. No. 21228. 'Frijol borrego'. Pinto type. 
'Frijoles revuelta'. Mixture. 

'Frijol se quite (hambre)'. Small, uniform, dun 



Col. No. 21230. 
21231. 



311909. 

311910. Col. No. 
colored. 

311911. Col. No. 21232. 

311912. Col. No. 21233. 

311913. Col. No. 21234. 
colored. 



'Frijol morado'. Uniform, round, purple. 
'Frijol cacahuate'. Widely planted. 
'Frijol apetito'. Nearly quadrate, plump, buff 



311914. Col. No. 21235. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Full, pale green. 

311915. Col. No. 21236. 'Frijol garapato'. Round, full, brown, glossy. 

311916. Col. No. 21237. 'Frijol cuaranteno'. Long, narrow, light tan. 

311917. Col. No. 21238. 'Frijol flor de Mayo'. Pink and white mottled. 

311918. Col. No. 21239. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Full, greenish yellow. 

311919. Col. No. 21240. 'Frijol canario'. Yellow. 
Market in Tehuacan, Puebla. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

311920. Col. No. 21242. 'Ayocote'. Large, black, white and purple. 

311921. Col. No. 21243. 'Frijol amarillo'. Bright yellow. 

311922. Col. No. 21244. 'Frijol pinto'. Small, mixed colors. 

311923. Col. No. 21245. 'Frijol negro'. Small with small hilum; black. 

311924. Col. No. 21274. 'Frijol tinto'. Mixture. 

311925. Col. No. 21275. 'Flor de Mayo'. Speckled, pink. 

311926. Col. No. 21276. 'Frijol amarillo'. Uniform, full, tan yellow. 



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61 



311894 to 312098— Continued 

No. 21277. 'Frijol garavato'. 



Uniform, long black seeds; 



311927. Col. 
pole type. 

311928. Col. No. 21279. 'Frijol bayo'. Large, blocky, pale pink. 
Market in Ajalpan, Puebla. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

311929. Col. No. 21286. 'Frijol tinto'. Mixed. 

311930. Col. No. 21287. Uniform, well rounded, brown. 
Market in Cordoba, Veracruz. 

311931. Col No. 21251. 'Frijol aluvia'. Rather full, elongate, white. 
Market in Mendoza, Veracruz. 

No. 21252. 'Frijol abolado'. Uniform, shiny, black, 



311932. Col. 

small eye. 

311933. Col. No. 21253. 

311934. Col. No. 21254. 

311935. Col. No. 21255. 

311936. Col. No. 21256. 

311937. Col. No. 21257. 

311938. Col. No. 21258. 

311939. Col. No. 21259. 
spotted; pole type. 

311940. Col. No. 21260. 

311941. Col. No. 21261. 

311942. Col. No. 21262. 



with 



'Frijol charro'. Large, bluff. 
'Frijol garbancillo'. Small, uniform, yellow. 
'Frijol bianco'. Small, white. 
'Frijol tinto'. Mixed; various colors and sizes. 
'Frijol baraleno'. Uniform, dark gray mottled. 
'Frijol baralobo'. Uniform, round, light brown. 
'Ayocote'. Large, varicolored; purple, lavender, 

'Frijol aribenyo'. Small, bright black. 
'Frijol abolado'. Uniform, small, shiny black. 
'Frijol tinto'. Small, mixed colors and forms. 
'Frijol ojo de lievre'. Uniform, yellowish brown 



311943. Col. No. 21263 
with variegated markings 

311944. Col. No. 21264. 'Frijol de riego'. Small, black. 

311945. Col No. 21265. 'Ojo de lievre'. Uniform, 
variegated. 

Market in Orizaba, Veracruz. 



vellowish-brown 



311946. 


Col. No. 


21266. 


311947. 


Col. No. 


21267. 


311948. 


Col. No. 


21268. 


311949. Col. No 
buff colored. 


. 21269 


311950. 


Col. No. 


21270. 


311951. 


Col. No. 


21271. 



'Frijol baralena'. Uniform, maculated gray. 
'Frijol abolado'. Uniform, large, full, black. 
'Frijol arriaga'. Uniform, small, dull black. 
'Frijol mantequilla'. Uniform, small, roundish, 

'Ayacote'. Uniform, large, black. 
'Frijol abolado'. Uniform, small, dull black. 
Market in Cordoba, Veracruz. 

311952. Col. No. 21272. 'Bayo' and 'Baralina'. Uniform, maculated gray. 

311953. Col. No. 21273. 'Ayocote'. Large, black. 
Market in Huajuapan, Oaxaca. Elevation 5,200 feet. 

311954. Col. No. 21293. Elongate, thin, mostly yellow but mixed with 
other colors. 

311955. Col. No. 21294. 

311956. Col. No. 21295. 

311957. Col. No. 21296. 



'Frijol de tierra'. Uniform, small, black. 
'Frijol criolla'. Uniform, small, black. 
'Frijol bayo'. Uniform, well-rounded, buff. 



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311894 to 312098— Continued 

311958. Col. No. 21297. 'Frijol Colorado'. Mixed, dark red. 

311959. Col. No. 21298. 'Bayo de Tlalpan'. Pale buff . 
Market in Oaxaca, Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

311960. Col. No. 21301. 'Frijol Mixteca'. Uniform, small, black; bush 
type. 

311961. Col. No. 21302. 'Frijol pinero'. Small, black; bush type. 
No. 21303. 'Frijol canario'. Uniform, elongate, pale 



311962. Col. 
yellowish. 

311963. Col. 
white. 

311964. Col. 
white. 

311965. Col. No. 21306. 

311966. Col. No. 21307. 

311967. Col. No. 21308. 
"el mejor". 

311968. Col. No. 21309. 

311969. Col. No. 21310. 

311970. Col. No. 21311 
"Canario". 



No. 21304. 'Frijol aluvia grande'. Uniform, medium size, 

No. 21305. 'Frijol alubia Mixteca'. Uniform, very small, 

'Frijol Colorado Mixteca'. Uniform, dark red. 
'Frijol negro grueso'. Uniform, shiny black. 
'Frijol santanero'. Uniform, small, shiny black. 

'Aluvia de Ocatlan'. Uniform, small, white. 
'Frijol Colorado'. Red; bush type. 
'Frijol bayo'. Uniform, longish, pale yellow. 



311971. 

white. 

311972. 
311973. 

311974. 

type. 

311975. 
311976. 
311977. 
311978. 
311979. 



Col. No. 21312. 'Blanco grueso'. Uniform, full, medium sized, 

Col. No. 21313. 'Frijol cuaranteno'. Small, blocky, full, pink. 

Col. No. 21314. 'Frijol nigra'. Uniform, small, black. 

Col. No. 21315. 'Frijol delgado'. Uniform, small, black; bush 



'Frijol ayacateco'. Small, shiny black; bush type. 
'Frijol amarillo'. Uniform, blocky, yellowish. 
'Ayocote'. Uniform, large, dark gray. 
'Colorado criollo'. Small, uniform, bright red. 
'Frijol aluvia'. Small, white. 



Col. No. 21316. 
Col. No. 21317. 
Col. No. 21318. 
Col. No. 21319. 
Col. No. 21320. 
Market in Ixtlan de Juarez, Oaxaca. 

311980. Col. No. 21321. 'Frijol'. Small, black. 
Market in Comitan, Chiapas. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

311981. Col. No. 21822. 'Botin'. Large, mostly lavender, pole type. 
'Brijol enredo'. Small, shiny, pale lavender; pole 

'Frijol rojo de mata'. Uniform, small, red; bush 

'Frijol bayo'. Uniform, large, long, pale yellow; 

'Botil'. Large, purple; pole type. 

'Frijol bianco de mata'. Mixed sizes, white; bush 



311982. 

type. 


Col. 


No. 


21827. 


311983. 
type. 


Col. 


No. 


21828. 


311984. Col. 
bush type. 


No. 


21829. 


311985. 


Col. 


No. 


21830. 


311986. 

type. 


Col. 


No. 


21831. 


311987. 


Col. 


No, 


, 21832, 



with white eye; bush type. 



'Negro de mata'. Uniform, small, ovoid, black 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 63 

311894 to 312098— Continued 

311988. Col. No. 21833. 'Blanco de guilla'. Large, well filled, white; pole 
type. 

311989. Col. No. 21834. 'Negro del suelo'. Uniform, small, black with 
good luster; bush type. 

311990. Col. No. 21836. Trijol Colorado'. Small, light red; bush type. 

311991. Col. No. 21839. 'Negro del suelo'. Small, bright black with 
conspicuous small white eye; bush type. 

Teopisca. Elevation 6,500 feet. Collected at market in Comitan, Chiapas. 

311992. Col. No. 21820. Trijol enredo'. Black with segregates of white 
and lavender; pole type. 

311993. Col. No. 21821. Variegated pinto mixed with solid colors. 

311994. Col. No. 21823. Mixed colors, black to pintos. 

311995. Col. No. 21824. Trijol del gato'. Full, pinto or variegated brown- 
ish, mixed with blacks and plain browns. 

311996. Col. No. 21825. Trijol amarillo enredo'. Full, angular, yellow; 
pole type. 

311997. Col. No. 21826. Trijol rojo del suelo'. Pale red; bush type. 

311998. Col. No. 21835. 'Colorado de Teopisca'. Well rounded, short, red 
mixed with whites and pintos. 

311999. Col. No. 21837. Trijol Colorado'. Mixed solid red and mottled; 
bush type. 

312000. Col. No. 21838. Mixed black and white; bush type. 

312001. Col. No. 21842. Mixed colors. 

312002. Col. No. 21843. Trijol enreda de gatillo'. Variegated pinto; pole 
type. 

312003. Col. No. 21844. Mixed but mostly thick, brown. 

312004. Col. No. 21845. Long, mottled gray. 
Uncana. Collected at market in Comitan, Chiapas. 

312005. Col. No. 21840. Waxy black mixed with cream color. 

312006. Col. No. 21841. Very small, red; bush type. 

Market in San Cristobal las Casas, Chiapas. Elevation 7,000 feet. 

312007. Col. No. 21848. 'Negro de mata'. Small, black; bush type. 

312008. Col. No. 21850. Trijol de guia'. Red; pole type. 

312009. Col. No. 21854. 'Botin'. Large, various colors; pole type. 

312010. Col. No. 21856. Trijol bayito'. Uniform, pinto, black stripes on 
gray. 

312011. Col. No. 21858. Trijol bolito'. Sample from Sinacantla. Mixed 
colors; pole type. 

312012. Col. No. 21861. Trijol mantequillo'. Sample from Campo 
Grande. Variable, thick, rounded, dun colored. 

312013. Col. No. 21863. Sample from Huiscan. Large, various shades 
of red; pole type. 

312014. Col. No. 21864. Trijol vega de mata'. Sample from San Pedro 
Niche. Small, pink and buff; bush type. 

312015. Col. No. 21865. Trijol joloton'. Sample from Campo Grande. 
Full, rounded, tan. 



64 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

311894 to 312098— Continued 

312016. Col. No. 21866. 'Negro de guia'. Sample from elsewhere. Uni- 
form, well filled, waxy, shiny black; pole type. 

Teopisca. Elevation 6,500 feet. Collected at market in San Cristobal las 
Casas, Chiapas. 

312017. Col. No. 21849. 'Frijol bayito'. Small, gray with black stripes. 

312018. Col. No. 21851. 'Frijol negro bolito'. Round, shiny black; 
possibly pole type. 

312019. Col. No. 21852. 'Frijol Colorado'. Small, well rounded, red with 
small white eye; bush type. 

312020. Col. No. 21853. 'Frijol agua de lion'. Uniform, large bright 
black. 

312021. Col. No. 21855. 'Frijol boca dito'. Well filled, shiny, all colors. 

312022. Col. No. 21857. 'Frijol lluvia'. White. 

312023. Col. No. 21859. 'Frijol de bara'. Dull red; pole type. 

312024. Col. No. 21860. 'Frijol bolito'. Fat, blocky, tan. 
Villa Flores. Collected at market in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. 

312025. Col. No. 21868. 'Frijol Colorado'. Uniform, well filled, red; bush 
type. 

312026. Col. No. 21869. 'Frijol bianco'. Large, white. 

312027. Col. No. 21870. 'Frijol bianco'. Small, white; probably bush type. 

312028. Col. No. 21872. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Small, black. 

312029. Col. No. 21874. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Small, black; bush type. 

312030. Col. No. 21878. 'Frijol Colorado de mata'. Oblong, well filled, 
light red; bush type. 

312031. Col. No. 21879. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Uniform, black; bush 
type. 

312032. Col. No. 21881. 'Frijol negro de mata'. Uniform, ovoid, well 
filled, black; bush type. 

Market in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. 

312033. Col. No. 21875. 'Frijol negro'. Tustepequez. Small, black; bush 
type. 

San Cristobal las Casas, Chiapas. Elevation 7,000 feet. Collected at 
market in Tuxtla Gutierrez. 

312034. Col. No. 21882. 'Frijol Colorado'. Pale red; probably bush type. 

312035. Col. No. 21883. 'Bottles'. Large, pink to red; pole type. 

El Coyul, along Pan American highway, Oaxaca. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

312036. Col. No. 21888. 'Frijol negro'. Small, black; bush type. 
Market in Tehuantepec, Oaxaca. 

312037. Col. No. 21890. Very small, black; bush type. 

312038. Col. No. 21891. 'Frijol bianco delgado'. Very small, white; bush 
type. 

San Miguel. Collected at market in Tehuantepec, Oaxaca. 

312039. Col. No. 21892. White. 

312040. Col. No. 21898. 'Frijol negro'. Small, black, bush type. 
Arriaga, Chiapas. Collected at market in Tehuantepec, Oaxaca. 

312041. Col. No. 21893. 'Frijol negro'. Various sizes, black. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 65 

311894 to 312098— Continued 

312042. Col. No. 21894. 'Frijol negro'. Black. 

312043. Col. No. 21895. Large, well rounded, black; bush type. 
Oaxaca. Collected at market in Tehuantepec, Oaxaca. 

312044. Col. No. 21896. Very small, black; bush type. 

312045. Col. No. 21897. 'Frijol bayo'. Large, angular, buff. 
Mitla, Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312046. Col. 21899. 'Frijol delgado'. Small, black; bush type. 

312047. Col. No. 21900. 'Frijol grueso'. Large, angular, black; probably 
pole type. 

Suchilquetango. Collected at Etla, Valley of Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312048. Col. No. 21905. 'Frijol delgado'. Small, black; bush type. 

312049. Col. No. 21906. 'Frijol bianco'. Very small, white. 

312050. Col. No. 21907. 'Frijol negro'. Very small, black; bush type. 
Santla. Collected at Etla, Valley of Oaxaca. 

312051. Col. No. 21908. 'Frijol chivo'. Large, black; pole type. 
Etla, Valley of Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312052. Col. No. 21909. 'Frijol Colorado'. Mixture, pink and red; bush 
type. 

Aluapan. Collected at Etla, Valley of Oaxaca. 

312053. Col. No. 21970. 'Frijol bianco'. Very small, white. Carbonera, 
along Pan American highway, Oaxaca. Elevation 7,000 feet. 

312054. Col. No. 21911. 'Frijol negro delgado'. Very small, black, bush 
type. 

312055. Col. No. 21912. 'Frijol bianco'. Very small, white; bush type. 
Puebla. Collected at Huajuapan, Oaxaca. 

312056. Col. No. 21913. 'Frijol amarillo'. Large, flat, yellow. 

312057. Col. No. 21914. 'Frijol canario'. Long, pale yellowish. 

312058. Col. No. 21915. 'Frijol bayo'. Large, blocky, buff. 

312059. Col. No. 21920. 'Frijol bayo'. Large, angular, pale. 

312060. Col. No. 21926. 'Ojo de lievre'. Tan with brown stripes. 

312061. Col. No. 21928. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Small, rounded, pale 
yellowish. 

Huajuapan, Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312062. Col. No. 21916. 'Frijol negro'. Shiny black; bush type. 

312063. Col. No. 21917. 'Frijol de milpa'. Seeds white, red, and black; 
pole type. 

312064. Col. No. 21921. 'Frijol de mata'. Small, black; bush type. 

312065. Col. No. 21922. 'Frijol de milpa'. Various colors; pole type. 
Hard. 

312066. Col. No. 21923. 'Frijol negro de milpa'. Black; pole type. 

312067. Col. No. 21924. 'Frijol Colorado de milpa'. Red; pole type. 

312068. Col. No. 21925. 'Frijol Colorado'. Red; pole type. 

312069. Col. No. 21927. 'Frijol de milpa'. Mixed colors; pole type. 
Palmito, Sinaloa, Mazatlan-Durango Highway. Elevation 5,000 feet. 



66 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



311894 to 312098— Continued 

312070. Col. No. 21929. Trijol jarocha'. Small; pole type. 
Market in Mexico City, D.F. 

312071. Col. No. 21934. Trijol chilares'. Large, angular, buff. 

312072. Col. No. 21935. Trijol Veracruz'. Small, black. 

312073. Col. No. 21936. Trijol cacahuate bola\ Well-rounded pinto. 

312074. Col. No. 21937. 'Frijol bayo gordo'. Large, pink. 

312075. Col. No. 21938. Trijol aluvia'. White. 

312076. Col. No. 21939. 'Ayocote'. Large, purple. 

312077. Col. No. 21940. Trijol Quereteno'. Black. 

312078. Col. No. 21941. Trijol Puebla'. Well-rounded, black; pole type. 

312079. Col. No. 21942. Trijol canario'. Slender, yellowish. 

312080. Col. No. 21943. Trijol aluvia gordo'. Large, white. 

312081. Col. No. 21944. Trijol morado'. Well rounded, purple. 

312082. Col. No. 21945. Trijol garbanallo'. Small, pale yellow. 

312083. Col. No. 21946. Trijol flor de Mayo'. Pink mottled; bush type. 

312084. Col. No. 21947. Trijol rosita'. Small, lavender. 

312085. Col. No. 21948. Trijol cacahuate'. Large, long; pole type. 

312086. Col. No. 21949. Trijol bianco de Oaxaca'. Small, white; bush 
type. 

312087. Col. No. 21950. Trijol rosa'. Pink mottled. 
Rio Mayo coastal lowlands, Sonora. 

312088. Col. No. 21951. Trijol de milpillas'. Small, yellowish. 

312089. Col. No. 21952. Trijol Nayarit'. Small, well-rounded, yellowish. 

312090. Col. No. 21953. Trijol mantequilla'. Pale striped, yellowish. 

312091. Col. No. 21954. Pale yellowish with veiny seed coat. 

312092. Col. No. 21955. Trijol garrapato'. Large pinto. 

312093. Col. No. 21957. Trijol asufrado del Yaqui'. Small veiny yellow. 

312094. Col. No. 21958. Tinto del Yaqui'. Large pinto. 

312095. Col. No. 21959. Trijol asufrado del Mayo'. Small pinto. 

312096. Col. No. 21960. Trijol azufrado bolito'. Small, veiny, rather 
round, greenish yellow. 

312097. Col. No. 21961. Trijol bayo'. Veiny, pale yellow. 

312098. Col. No. 21976. Mixture, pale yellow and pink, veiny; bush type. 

312099 to 312112. 

From India. Seeds presented by Lloyd Botanic Garden, Darjeeling, West 
Bengal. Received Feb. 28, 1966. 

312099. Allium victorialis L. Liliaceae. 

312100. Allium wallichii Kunth 

312101. Anaphaliscontorta (Don) Hook. f. Compositae. 

312102. Anapiialis triplinervis Sims ex C.B. Clarke. 

312103. Corydalis ciiaerophylla DC. Papaveraceae. 

312104. Dioscorea deltoidea Wall. Dioscoreaceae. 

312105. Geranium nepalense Sweet Geraniaceae. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 67 

312099 to 312112— Continued 

312106. Schisandra grandiflora (Wall.) Hook. f. & Thorns. Magnolia- 
ceae. 

312107. Solanum capsicastrum Link ex Schauer Solanaceae. 

312108. Solanum khasianum C.B. Clarke 

312109. Solanum macrodon Wall, ex Nees 

312110. Solanum nigrum L. 

312111. Solanum verbascifolium L. Nightshade. 

312112. Terminally chebula Retz. Combretaceae. 
312113 to 312117. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by V.D. Wasserman, 
University of Stellenbosch through Division of Seed Control, Dept. of 
Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received Feb. 28, 1966. 

Maturity classification based on southeast Cape Province. 

312113. 'Adeste'. ( ( (Gabo-Quaderna) Wisconsin 245) X ( (Mentana- 
Kenya) Supremo) ). 175 days maturity; fair straw strength. Rust 
resistance: moderately resistant to Race 21; very susceptible to Race 
34; moderately resistant to Race 279. 

312114. 'Heemraad'. Koalisie X Kenya Farmer. 170 days maturity; 
good straw strength. Rust resistance: susceptible to Races 21 and 34; 
slightly susceptible to Race 279. 

312115. 'Kwarta'. ( ( (Gabo-Quaderna) Wisconsin 245) X ( (Mentana- 
Kenya) Supremo) ). 175 days maturity; fair straw strength. Rust re- 
sistance: susceptible to Races 21 and 34; moderately resistant to Race 
279. 

312116. 'Rheebok'. ( (Gabo X Quaderna) Kenya Farmer) X Gabo. 169 
days maturity; fair straw strength. Rust resistance: susceptible to 
Race 21; very susceptible to Races 34 and 279. 

312117. 'Skemer'. ( (Mentana-Kenya) Supremo) X Florence-Aurora. 
163 days maturity; fair straw strength. Rust resistance: slightly sus- 
ceptible to Race 21; susceptible to Race 34; slightly susceptible to Race 
279. 

312118. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

From the Virgin Islands. Seeds presented by Virgin Islands Agricultural 
Program, Kingshill, St. Croix. Received Feb. 28, 1966. 

C.P.I. 18623. Australian records indicate this to be Hawaiian type. 

312119. Leucaena stenocarpa Urb. Leguminosae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected in 1962 by H.S. Gentry and A.S. Barclay, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, 
Beltsville, Md. Numbered Feb. 28, 1966. 

Col. No. 20459. West of Rio Verde 18 miles, along road to San Luis Potosi. 
Shrub or small tree with spreading crown, seeding freely. 

312120 and 312121. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected in 1965 by A. J. Sharp, University of Tennessee, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Numbered Feb. 28, 1966. 

312120. Ipomoea sp. Convolvulaceae. 

Above Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, in Sierra Juarez. Morning-glory seed. 

312121. Phaseolus sp. Leguminosae. 

Rancho del Ciclo above Gomez Farias, Tamualipas. 



68 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312122. Phaseolus angustifolius Roxb. Leguminosae. 

From El Salvador. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural 
explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received March 1, 1966. 
Col. No. 21460. 'Frijol bianco dulce'. Market in Santa Ana. Elevation 

2,000 feet. Small, white. 

312123. Phaseolus anisotrichus Schlecht. Leguminosae. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received March 1, 1966. 

Col. No. 21466. Along road to Zamorano 12 km. east of Tegucigalpa. 
Elevation 3,750 feet. Perennial, twining vine, with thickened succulent roots ; 
flowers light purple with pale greenish keel. 

312124 to 312140. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Mary- 
land. Received March 1, 1966. 

312124. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. Summer turnip rape. 

Col. No. 21391. 'Mostasa de criolla'. Market in Antigua. Elevation 
5,000 feet. 

312125. Cucurbita maxima Duchesne Cucurbitaceae. Squash. 
Col. No. 21741. 'Ayote'. Coban, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 4,000 feet. 

312126. Cucurbita moschata Duchesne ex Poir Cushaw. 
Col. No. 21451. 'Pipitoria'. Market in Jutiapa. Elevation 3,500 feet. 

312127. Cucurbita pepo L. Pumpkin. 
Col. No. 21763. 'Ayote'. Market in Quiche. Elevation 6,000 feet. 

312128. Cyphomandra betacea (Cav.) Sendt. Solanaceae. Tree-tomato. 

Col. No. 21805. 'Tomate pepino'. Salama, Baja Verapaz. Elevation 
2,800 feet. From trees growing at Purula. 

312129. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21720. Mountain between Los Tablones and San Jeronimo, Baja 
Verapaz. Long straggling herb with soft, rather succulent stems in 
shrubbery. 

312130. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 21709. East of Guatemala City 15 miles along highway to Porto 
Barrios. Elevation 3,000 feet. Perennial herb, 5 dm. tall, on gravelly 
roadside. 

312131. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

Col. No. 21803. Santa Maria Jesus, Sacatepequez Department. Eleva- 
tion 6,000 feet. Fruits small, borne in racemes. 

312132. Passiflora ligularis Juss. Passifloraceae. Sweet granadilla. 

Col. No. 21804. 'Grenadillo'. Salama, Baja Verapaz. Elevation 2,800 
feet. Vine. 

312133. Phaseolus cf. acutifolius A. Gray Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21714. 'Frijol bianco'. Store in Progreso. Small, variable, 
white. 

312134. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. 

Col. No. 21710. East of Guatemala City 15 miles. Elevation 3,000 feet. 
Perennial ground vine; flowers dark purple. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 69 

312124 to 312140— Continued 

312135 and 312136. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

312135. Col. No. 21742. 'Alberja'. Coban, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 
4,000 feet. 

312136. Col. No. 21764. 'Alberga'. Quiche Market. Elevation 6,000 
feet. 

312137 to 312140. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Cowpea. 

312137. Col. No. 21731. Mas'. Santa Cruz, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 
4,000 feet. From Rabenal. Small, black. 

312138. Col. No. 21746. Mas'. San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz. Elevation 
4,000 feet. Small, black with white eye. 

312139. Col. No. 21770. 'Negro de Chichicastenango'. Chichicasten- 
ango. Small, black with white hilum. 

312140. Col. No. 21761. Market in Quiche. Elevation 6,000 feet. 
Black with white eye. 

312141. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From India. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian 
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received March 2, 1966. 

Raichur V. No. 273. Grown by Mysore Experiment Station. Reported 
resistant to leaf spot. 

312142 to 312157. 

From the Netherlands. Budsticks presented by the Landbouwhogeschool, 
Laboratorium voor Planten-systematick en Geografie, Wageningen. Re- 
ceived March 2, 1966. 

312142. Pyrus asiae-mediae Popow Rosaceae. 
No. 2085/62. Alma-ata, U.S.S.R. 

312143. Pyrus elaeagrifolia var. kotschyana (Decne.) Boiss. 
No. 17497 (B-10) . Arboretum at Goluchow, Poland. 

312144 and 312145. Pyrus nivalis Jacq. 
From Leiden Botanical Garden. 

312144. Unnumbered. (Old tree of 1818.) 

312145. Unnumbered. (Young tree.) 
312146 and 312147. Pyrus regelii Rehd. 

312146. No. 1325/62. Taschkent, U.S.S.R. 

312147. No. 2086/62. Alma-ata, U.S.S.R. 

312148. Pyrus salvifolia DC. 

No. 17498 (B-10). Arboretum, Goluchow, Poland. 

312149. Pyrus syriaca Boiss. 

No. 1087/62. Horticultural Botanical Academy, U.S.S. Armenia, Evevan. 
312150 to 312152. Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim. 

312150. No. 2088/62. Alma-ata, U.S.S.R. 

312151. No. 2319/62. Maxim-Taschkent, U.S.S.R. 

312152. No. 2421/62. Maxim Dueschambe (Stalinbad) U.S.S.R. 
312153. Pyrus sp. 

No. 17499. Budapest, Hungary. 



70 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312142 to 312157— Continued 

312154. Pyrus sp. 

No. 17500. Budapest, Hungary. 

312155. Pyrus sp. 

No. 17496 (B-10). Arboretum, Goluchow, Poland. 

312156. Pyrus sp. 

No. 15439 (24-B). Seeds originally from Tokyo. 

312157. Pyrus sp. 

Unnumbered. Leiden Botanical Garden. 

312158 to 312162. 

From Scotland. Plants presented by the Scottish Horticultural Research 
Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee. Received Feb. 21, 1966. Numbered 
March 2, 1966. 

312158. Rubus geoides J. E. Smith. Rosaceae. Frutilla. 

312159. Rubus henryi var. bambusarum (Focke) Rehder 
312160 and 312161. Rubus idaeus var. strigosus (Michx.) Maxim 

312160. Lloyd George. 

312161. Mailing Enterprise. 

312162. Rubus (hybrid). 
MTH 1/11. 

312163 to 312211. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected in 1965 by H.S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived March 2, 1966. 

312163. Cereus sp. Cactaceae. 

Col. No. 21248. Market in Tehuacan, Puebla. Elevation 5,000 feet. 
Tree cactus with edible fruits. 

312164. Crotalaria pumila Ortega Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21971. 'Cascabel'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Common annual 
herb. 

312165. Cucurbita maxima Duchesne Squash. 
Col. No. 21918. 'Calabasa lechonga'. Huajuapan, Oaxaca. 

312166 to 312168. Cucurbita moschata Duchesne ex Poir Cushaw. 

312166. Col. No. 21246. Tipian'. Market in Tehuacan, Puebla. Ele- 
vation 5,000 feet. Large seed with wide dark gray conspicuous margin. 

312167. Col. No. 21877. 'Semilla de chihua'. Market in Tuxtla Gutier- 
rez; sample from Laurel, Chiapas. 

312168. Col. No. 21919. 'Calabasa*. Huajuapan, Oaxaca. Elevation 
5,000 feet. 

312169. Desmodium sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21889. Road fork, 10 miles south of Mitla along Pan American 
Highway, Oaxaca. Annual, to 3 feet high; stems 1 or 2, single or branching 
top. 

312170. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 21903. Northwest of Oaxaca, 28 miles. Elevation 6,350 feet. 
Procumbent perennial, stems thick, pubescent, to 3 feet tall. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 71 

312163 to 312211— Continued 

312171. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 21904. Northwest of Oaxaca, 28 miles. Perennial herb, erect; 
stems ascending, slender ; to 2 feet tall. 

312172. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 21963. San Bernardo, Sonora. Elevation 2,000 feet. Annual 
herb; tall, leafy. 

312173. Ipomoea palmeri S. Wats. Convolvulaceae. 

Col. No. 21974. Trompillo bianco'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Vine, 
flowers white. 

312174. Ipomoea tricolor Cav. 

Col. No. 21901. Milta, Oaxaca. Ornamental vine; flowers large, blue 
or white. 

312175 to 312180. Lens culinaris Medic. Leguminosae. Lentil. 

Market in Oaxaca. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312175. Col. No. 21322. 'Lenteja'. Field lentil from Nochixtlan. 

312176. Col. No. 21323. 'Lenteja'. Cultivated in Oaxaca Valley. 

312177. Col. No. 21324. 'Lenteja'. From Ocotlan. 

312178. Col. No. 21325. 'Lenteja'. From Mixteca. 

312179. Col. No. 21326. 'Lenteja'. From Santa Ana. 
Market in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. Elevation 2,300 feet. 

312180. Col. No. 21884. 

312181 to 312191. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 
Market in Tehuacan, Puebla. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312181. Col. No. 21280. 'Jitomate'. Medium sized, depressed globose, 
fluted. 

312182. Col. No. 21281. 'Jitomate'. Medium large, round, strongly 
fluted, fruits with purplish cast over red. 

312183. Col. No. 21282. 'Jitomate'. Large, fruit pyriform, "paste" 
type. 

312184. Col. No. 21283. 'Jitomate'. Small, oblong to pyriform, red. 

312185. Col. No. 21284. 'Jitomate'. Large, oblong to pyriform; seeds 
few; walls thick. 

312186. Col. No. 21285. 'Jitomate'. Small, depressed round, walls thin. 
Market in Ajalpan, Puebla. Elevation 5,000 feet. 

312187. Col. No. 21288. Medium sized, prominently ribbed. 

312188. Col. No. 21289. Small, pyriform, red. 

312189. Col. No. 21290. 'Jitomate'. Small to medium sized, round, 
rather regular. 

312190. Col. No. 21291. 'Jitomate'. Small, oblong. 

312191. Col. No. 21292. Medium sized, angular fluted. 

312192. Phaseolus cf. angustifolius Roxb. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21278. 'Frijol aluvia'. Market in Tehuacan, Puebla. Small, 
white; grown at San Cristobal de Tepeteopan. 

312193. Phaseolus cf. anisotrichus Schlecht. 

Col. No. 21966. 'Frijol del monte'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Small, vine, 
fruits abundant. 



72 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312163 to 312211— Continued 

312194. Phaseolus grandiflorus Steud. 

Col. No. 21902. Northwest of Oaxaca 28 miles. Elevation 6,350 feet. 
Perennial ground vine on dry grassy slope. 

312195. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. 21876. 'Frijol chicharo'. Market in Tuxtla Gutierrez. Sample 
from Tustepequez, Chiapas. Small light pulse of mung bean size. 

312196. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. 21967. 'Frijol del monte\ San Bernardo, Rio Mayo, Sonora. 
Herbaceous vine, seeds small, angular, olivacious. 

312197. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. 21970. 'Frijol del monte'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Small vine 
with broad leaflets. 

312198. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. 21972. 'Frijol del monte'. San Bernardo, Sonora. 
312199 and 312200. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

312199. Col. No. 21241. 'Chicharo verejon'. Market in Penjamo, 
Guanajuato. Elevation 5,000 feet. Small, smooth. 

312200. Col. No. 21321. 'Chicharo cambry\ Market in Oaxaca, Oaxaca. 
Green. 

312201. Quamoclit pennata (Desr.) Voigt Convolvulaceae. 

Starglory cypressvine. 

Col. No. 21968. Trompillo rojo'. Las Igerillas near San Bernardo, 
Sonora. Annual, vine; flowers bright red. 

312202 to 312211. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. Cowpea. 

Market in Alamos, Sonora. 

312202. Col. No. 21216. 'Yori muni'. Uniform, cream with brown eye. 
Market in Tuxtla Gutierrez. 

312203. Col. No. 21871. 'Frijol de Castilla'. Sample from Villa Flores, 
Chiapas. Small, white with conspicuous black eye. 

312204. Col. No. 21873. 'Frijol negro de Castilla'. 

Sample from Rivera, Chiapas. Blocky, black with small white hilum. 

312205. Col. No. 21880. 'Frijol de Castilla'. Sample from Villa Flores, 
Chiapas. Uniform, pale dun colored. 

Rio Mayo coastal lowlands, Sonora. 

312206. Col. No. 21956. 'Frijol del Mayo bayito'. White, brown eye. 

312207. Col. No. 21962. 'Frijol bayo'. Small, pale with a dark, prominent, 
ringed eye. 

San Bernardo, Sonora. 

312208. Col. No. 21964. 'Frijol bayito'. Small, white, brown eye. 

312209. Col. No. 21965. 'Frijol gamusa'. Cream-colored. 

312210. Col. No. 21969. 'Bayito chiquito'. White, brown eye. 

312211. Col. No. 21973. 'Frijol bolata'. Small, rounded, shotlike, mixed 
color characters. "Select for green seedcoat." 

312212 to 312217. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. 

European grape. 

From Switzerland. Cuttings presented by the Stations Federales D'Essais 
Agricoles, Nyon. Received March 3, 1966. 



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73 



312212 to 312217— Continued 

312212. 'Gamay de Caudoz\ Clone 3.29 Pully. 

312213. 'Rouge de la Loire'. Clone E 16. 

312214. 'Rouge de la Loire'. Clone E 17. 

312215. 'Rouge de la Loire'. Clone E 18. 

312216. 'Rouge de la Loire'. Clone E 19. 

312217. 'Rouge de la Loire'. Clone E 20. 



312218 to 312221. Punica granatum L. 



Punicaceae. 

Pomegranate. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the National and University Institute of 
Agriculture, Plant Introduction Service, Rehovoth. Received March 4, 
1966. 

312218. 'Green Mallisi'. 312220. 'Mallisi a'. 

312219. 'Lufani'. 312221. 'Mallisi b'. 

312222. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. Soybean. 

From the Philippines. Seeds presented by World Health Organization, United 
Nations through Agency for International Development, Food Division, 
Manila. Received March 4, 1966. 

'Mission'. Grown in Pangosinan Province. Originated in Hong Kong about 
1955. Reported free of trypsin inhibitor, relatively soft skinned and free of 
bitter taste. 

312223 and 312224. 

From New Zealand. Plants presented by the Forest and Range Experiment 
Station, New Zealand Forest Service, Rangiora. Received March 4, 1966. 

312223. Chionochloa australis (Buch) Zotov Gramineae. 

312224. Notodanthonia setifolia (Hook, f.) Zotov Gramineae. 

312225. Festuca ovina L. Gramineae. Sheep fescue. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by the Institute Forestal de Investigaciones y 
Experiencias, Madrid, via the United States Embassy, Rome, Italy. 
Received April 25, 1963. Numbered March 4, 1966. 

Component of P.I. 289656. 

312226 to 312240. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier and Sons, Winchester, 
England. Received March 7, 1966. 

312226. Acer divergens Koch & Pax Aceraceae. 

312227. Acer franchetii Pax Franchet maple. 

312228. Acer giraldii Pax 

312229. Acer tetramerum Pax 

312230. Aesculus arguta Buckley Hippocastanaceae. 

312231. Cytisus scoparius andreanus Dipp. Leguminosae. 

Paradise broom. 

312232. Fraxinus excei^sior f. aureo-pendula Rehder Oleaceae. 

312233. Larix decidua Mill. var. fastigiata Koch Pinaceae. 

312234. Larix gmelinii var. principis-rupprechtii (Mayr) Pilger 

312235. Larix potaninii Batal Chinese larch. 

312236. Salix sp. Salicaceae. 



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312226 to 312240— Continued 

312237. Salix sp. 

312238. Zelkova carpinifolia (Pall.) Dipp. Ulmaceae. Elmleaf zelkova. 

312239. Zelkova serrata (Thunb.) Makino 

312240. Zelkova yerschaffeltii (Dippel) Nicholson 

312241 to 3 2270. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From India. Cuttings presented by ihe Director, Sugarcane Breeding Insti- 
tute, Coimbatore. Received March 7, 1966. 

Grown at the Regional Sugarcane Sub-Station, Olavakkot, 
Palghat>-2. 



312241. 


I.A. 52. 


312242. 


I.A. 63. 


312243. 


I.A. 110. 


312244. 


LA. 132. 


312245. 


LA. 146. 


312246. 


LA. 157. 


312247. 


LA. 161. 


312248. 


LA. 880. 


312249. 


I.A. 891. 


312250. 


LA. 983. 


312251. 


I.A. 993. 


312252. 


LA. 1041. 


312253. 


LA. 1053. 


312254. 


LA. 1060. 


312255. 
L2271. 


LA. 1066. 
DlANTHl 



312256. 


LA. 


1100. 


312257. 


LA. 


1145. 


312258. 


LA. 


1180. 


312259. 


LA. 


1190. 


312260. 


LA. 


1211. 


312261. 


LA. 


1219. 


312262. 


LA. 


1231. 


312263. 


I.A. 


1365. 


312264. 


LA. 


1367. 


312265. 


LA. 


1384. 


312266. 


LA. 


1390. 


312267. 


I.A. 


1393. 


312268. 


I.A. 


1436. 


312269. 


LA. 


1481. 


312270. 


LA. 


1483. 



iaryophyllus L. Caryophyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

From France. Seeds presented by Botanic Garden, Ville de Marseille. Re- 
ceived March 9, 1966. 

312272 and 312273. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by University of British Columbia, Van- 
couver. Received March. 9, 1966. 

312272. Dianthus graniticus Ford. Caryophyllaceae. 

312273. Dianthus sternbergii Sieber 

312274. Hibiscus sp. Malvaceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds presented by O. F. Francke, Mexico, D.F. Received 
March 9, 1966. 

Papaloapam River Basin, Veracruz. Wild; flowers pink. 

312275. Carthamus tinctorius L. Compositae. 



From Hungary. Seed presented by National Institute of 
Tapioszele. Received March 9, 1966. 

Local strain reported tolerant to insect damage. 



Safflower. 

Agrobotany, 



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75 



312276 to 312283. 

From France. Seeds presented by University Botanic Garden, Place 
Marechal Leclerc, Besancon. Received March 9, 1966. 

312276. Cytisus decumbens (Willd.) Spach Leguminosae. 
No. 1095. 

312277. Cytisus hirsutus L. 
No. 1096. 

312278. Cytisus ratisbonensis Schaeff . 
No. 1097. 

312279. Cytisus supinus L. Bigflower broom. 
No. 1098. 

312280. Festuca ovina L. Gramineae. Sheep fescue. 
No. 1985. 

312281. Genista sagittalis L. Leguminosae. 
No. 1905. 

312282. Genista tinctoria L. Woadwaxen. 
No. 1106. 

312283. Nolana prostrata L. Convolvulaceae. 
No. 1253. 

312284 to 312344. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Original collections made about 1935 by A. C. 
Hildreth and Le Roy Powers, Cheyenne Horticultural Field Station, from 
Indian reservations and pueblos of the Southwest. Numbered March 9, 
1966. 



From Handley, Tex. 

312284. CHFS No. 1. 
From Chinle, Ariz. 

312285. CHFS No. 3. 
From Zia, N. Mex. 

312286. CHFS No. 4. 

312287. CHFS No. 5. 

312288. CHFS No. 7. 

312289. CHFS No. 8. 

312290. CHFS No. 9. 
From Gallup, N. Mex. 

312291. CHFS No. 11. 

312292. CHFS No. 14. 

312293. CHFS No. 15. 

312294. CHFS No. 17. 
From Chinle, Ariz. 

312295. CHFS No. 19. 

312296. CHFS No. 22. 

312297. CHFS No. 25. 



Originally from Pancieo, Mexico. 

Variety 14, strain K. Resistant to halo blight. 



Variety 13, strain F. 
Variety 13, strain C. 
Variety 13, strain B. 
Variety 13, strain C. 
Variety 13, strain A. 

Variety 12, strain A. 
Variety 12, strain O. 
Variety 12, strain E. 
Variety 12, strain G. 

Variety 14, strain J. 
Variety 14, strain O. 
Variety 14, strain V. 



White seed. 



Reddish brown seed. 



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312284 to 312344— Continued 

312298. CHFS No. 26. Variety 14, strain H. 
From Sapello Canyon, N. Mex. 

312299. CHFS No. 29. Variety 17, strain B. 
From Chinle, Ariz. 

312300. CHFS No. 31. Variety 19, strain A. 
From San Ildefonso, N. Mex. 

312301. CHFS No. 36. Variety 21, strain A. 

312302. CHFS No. 37. Variety 21, strain B. 
From Black Mountain, Ariz. 

312303. CHFS No. 38. Variety 23, strain A. 

312304. CHFS No. 40. 

312305. CHFS No. 41. 

312306. CHFS No. 42. 

312307. CHFS No. 44. 

312308. CHFS No. 45. 
From Shiprock, N. Mex. 

312309. CHFS No. 47. 
From Inesta, N. Mex. 

312310. CHFS No. 57. 

312311. CHFS No. 58. 

312312. CHFS No. 60. 
From Lagunza, N. Mex. 

312313. CHFS No. 61. 
From Acoma Pueblo, N. Mex. 

312314. CHFS No. 62. Variety 49, strain A. 

312315. CHFS No. 63. Variety 49, strain B. 
From Santa Clara, N. Mex. 

312316. CHFS No. 65. Original Indian. 
From Taos, N. Mex. 

312317. CHFS No. 66. 

312318. CHFS No. 67. 

312319. CHFS No. 68. 

312320. CHFS No. 69. 
From Zuni Pueblo, N. Mex. 

312321. CHFS No. 71. Variety 3, strain A. 

312322. CHFS No. 72. 
From Gallup, N. Nex. 

312323. CHFS No. 75. 

312324. CHFS No. 76. 

312325. CHFS No. 77. 

312326. CHFS No. 79. 

312327. CHFS No. 80. 



Variety 23, strain C. 
Variety 23, strain D. 
Variety 23, strain E. 
Variety 23, strain J. 
Variety 23, strain K. 

Variety 25, strain A. 

Variety 45, strain A. 
Variety 45, strain B. 
Variety 46, strain B. 

Variety 48, strain A. 



Variety 1, strain A. 
Variety 1, strain B. 
Variety 1, strain C. 
Variety 1, strain D. 



Variety 4, strain A. 



Variety 6, strain C. 
Variety 6, strain D. 
Variety 8, strain A. 
Variety 8, strain AB. 
Variety 8, strain B. 



High elevation. 



Resistant to halo blight. 
Resistant to halo blight. 



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77 



312284 to 312344— Continued 



312328. 


CHFS No. 83. 


Variety 8, strain BD. 


312329. 


CHFS No. 85. 


Variety 8, strain C. 


312330. 


CHFS No. 86. 


Variety 8, strain E. 


312331. 


CHFS No. 89. 


Variety 8, strain FB. 


312332. 


CHFS No. 90. 


Variety 8, strain G. 


312333. 


CHFS No. 91. 


Variety 8, strain H. 


312334. 


CHFS No. 93. 


Variety 8, strain HB. 


312335. 


CHFS No. 94. 


Variety 8, strain HC. 


312336. 


CHFS No. 95. 


Variety 8, strain HD. 


312337. 


CHFS No. 97. 


Variety 8, strain J. 


312338. 


CHFS No. 98. 


Variety 8, strain K. 


312339. 


CHFS No. 100. 


Variety 8, strain LA. 


312340. 


CHFS No. 101. 


Variety 8, strain LB. 


312341. 


CHFS No. 103. 


Variety 8, strain MA. 


312342. 


CHFS No. 106. 


Variety 8, strain NA. 


312343. 


CHFS No. 107. 


Variety 8, strain NB. 


312344. 


CHFS No. 108. 


Variety 8, strain NC. 



312345 to 312357. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier and Sons, Winchester, 
England. Numbered March 9, 1966. 

312345. Acer amplum Rehd. Aceraceae. 

312346. Acer cappadocicum Gleditsch 

312347. Acer cappadocicum f. rubrum (Kirchn.) Rehder 

312348. Acer pseudo-platanus L. 

312349. Acer rufinerve f. albo-limbatum (Hook, f.) Schwerin 

312350. Celtis caucasica Willd. Ulmaceae. Hackberry. 

312351. Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh. Oleaceae. 

312352. Fraxinus pennsylvanica f . aucubaefolia ( Jager) Rehd. 

312353. Laburnum alpinum f. autumnale (bean) Leguminosae. 

312354. Pyrus cossonii Rehder Rosaceae. 

312355. Pyrus sinai Desf . 

312356. Salix doniana Sm. Salicaceae. 

312357. Zelkova sinica C. Schneider Ulmaceae. 

312358. Rosa canina L. Rosaceae. Dog rose. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the Insti- 
tute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received March 9, 1966. 

312359 to 312362. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Germany. Tubers presented by the Max-Planck Institute, Koln-Vogel- 
sang. Received March 10, 1966. 

312359. A1633a. 312361. A1712. 

312360. A1651. 312362. A1747. 



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312363 to 312402. Saccharum (hybrid) 



Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the Dominican Republic. Cuttings presented by the Central Romana 
Corporation, La Romana. Received March 11, 1966. 

Parentage 

Eros x CP 36-705 

PR 1000 x B 41227 

M 336 x CP 38-34 

Co 270 x B 41227 

POJ 2878 x B 42231 

CoK 32 x Co 453 

TM 71 x Co. 453 

TM 71 x CP 44-101 

TM 71 x CP 44-101 

TM 71 x CP 44-101 

CoK 32 x CP 52-98 

Akbar x CP 30-24 

Akbar x CP 30-24 

B 41242 x Co 453 

NCo 310 x Co 453 

TM 71 x CP 36-138 

Co 313 x CP 38-34 

CP 52-43 x Co 312 

CP 52^3 x CP 36-138 

Co 313 x M 336 

Eros x CP 44-101 

Eros x CP 44-101 

PR 1000 x Co 617 

TM 71 x CP 44-101 

Co 313 x Co 453 

Co 312 x CP 38-34 

CP 29-103 x Co 453 

CP 29-103 x Co 453 

Q 34 x Uba Marot 

Eros x U.S. 53-16-1 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 



.1. No. 


Variety No. 


312363. 


CR 6207 


312364. 


CR 6210 


312365. 


CR 6217 


312366. 


CR 


6220 


312367. 


CR 


6223 


312368. 


CR 


6302 


312369. 


CR 


6303 


312370. 


CR 


6310 


312371. 


CR 


6312 


312372. 


CR 


6314 


312373. 


CR 


6334 


312374. 


CR 


6348 


312375. 


CR 


6349 


312376. 


CR 


6365 


312377. 


CR 


6368 


312378. 


CR 


6376 


312379. 


CR 


6389 


312380. 


CR 63101 


312381. 


CR 63104 


312382. 


CR 63107 


312383. 


CR 


63109 


312384. 


CR 63113 


312385. 


CR 63115 


312386. 


CR 63140 


312387. 


CR 


63146 


312388. 


CR 63159 


312389. 


CR 63174 


312390. 


CR 63176 


312391. 


CR 63178 


312392. 


CR 


63190 


312393. 


CR 440 


312394. 


CR 441 


312395. 


CR 441 


312396. 


CR 444 


312397. 


CR 445 


312398. 


CR 448 


312399. 


CR 452 


312400. 


CR 455 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



79 



312363 to 312402— Continued 



P.I. No. 

312401. 

312402. 
312403 to 312425 



Variety No. Parentage 

CR 456 Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

CR 457 Cristalina x S. spont. aegypticum 

Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the Dominican Republic. Seeds presented by the Central Romana 
Corporation, La Romana. Received March 11, 1966. 

Cross No. 

CP 57603 x B 52107 

CP 52-43 x CP 44101 

CP 61-57 x CP 57-603 

US 53-20-13 x CP 57-603 

CP 29-103 x M 6339. 

CP 45-150 x Q 58 

CP 45-150 x U. Marot 

CP 52-43 x B 45181 

CL 41223 x U. Marc fc 

CP 4364 x CP 57-603 

Uba x CP 38-34 

CL 41223 x U. Marot 

CP 52-43 x B 41242 

B 37161 x CP 38-34 

M 76-39 x CP 52-43 

CP 52-68 x CP 57-603 

CL 41223 x CP 57-603 

B 37161 x CP 33224 

B 5124 x CL 47-83 

B 37161 x CP 38-34 

NCo 310 x CP 57-603 

CP 29320 x U. Marot 

CP 45150 x U. Marot 

llifolium (Jusl.) Mill. Solana- 
Currant tomato. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected February 24, 1966 by H. H. Fisher, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Numbered 
March 14, 1966. 

Vicinity Comayagua. Drought and disease resistant. Wild, on mountain 
sides. 

312427 to 312431. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Soil Conservation Authority, Victoria. 
Received March 14, 1966. 

312427. Acacia cyanophylla Lindl. Leguminosae. Blueleaf acacia. 

312428. Casuarina cunninghamiana Miquel Casuarinaceae. 

Cunningham beefwood. 



P.I. No. 


Parentage 


312403. 


CR 63-31 


312404. 


CR 79 


312405. 


CR 82 


312406. 


CR 96 


312407. 


CR 118 


312408. 


CR 124 


312409. 


CR 125 


312410. 


CR 131 


312411. 


CR 140 


312412. 


CR 159 


312413. 


CR 163FK 


312414. 


CR 1S8 


312415. 


CR 201 


312416. 


CE 230 


312417. 


CR 238 


312418. 


CR 265 


312419. 


CR 267 


312420. 


CR 301 


312421. 


CR 315 


312422. 


CR 320 


312423. 


CR 330 


312424. 


CR 331 


312425. 


CR 332 


312426. 


LYCOPERSICON PIMF 


ceae. 





80 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312427 to 312431— Continued 

312429. Galenia secunda Sond. Aizoaceae. 

312430. Kennedya prostrata R. Br. ex Ait. Leguminosae. 

312431. Puccinellia capillaris (Liljebl.) Tzvelev Gramineae. 

312432. Rhodothamnus chamaecistus (L.) Reichb. Ericaceae. 

From Switzerland. Seeds presented by the City Botanic Garden of Geneva, 
Geneva. Received March 14, 1966. 

312433 and 312434. Actinidia chinensis Planch. Dilleniaceae. 

Yang tao. 

From France. Plants presented by J. L. Soyez, Ivry S/ Seine in December 
1964. Numbered March 15, 1966. 

Introduced by the Vilmorin family before World War I from China. 

312433. Male plant. 

312434. Female plant. 

312435. VlTis vinifera L. Vitaceae. European grape. 

From Switzerland. Cuttings presented by the Eidg. Versuchsanstalt fur 
Obst, Wein und Gartenbau, Wadenswil. Received March 18, 1966. 

'Clevner Mariafeld'. Selection from Blauer Burgunder (pinot noir). 
312436 to 312482. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the 
Botanical Institute of Tbilisi, Academy of Science of Georgia, R.S.S. 
Received March 15, 1966. 

312436. Acer hyrcanum Fisch. et Mey. Aceraceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312437. Acer monspessulanum var. ibericum (Bieb.) Pax 
Tbilisi. 

312438. Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. & Schult. Gramineae. 
Schiraki. 

312439. Amelanchier rotundifolia (Lam.) Dum.-Cours. Rosaceae. 

European shadblow. 

Tbilisi. 

312440. Artemisia chamaenelifolia Vill. Compositae. 
Bakuriani. 

312441. Astragalus stephenianus Aitch. et Baker Leguminosae. 
Schiraki. 

312442. Bothriochloa caucasica (Trin.) C. E. Hubb. Gramineae. 

Caucasian bluestem. 

Schiraki. 

312443. Briza media L. Gramineae. 
Tbilisi. 

312444. Buxus colchica Pojark. Buxaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312445. Carpinus sp. Betulaceae. 
Tbilisi. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 81 

312436 to 312482— Continued 

312446. Corylus avellana L. Betulaceae. Filbert. 
Tbilisi. 

312447. Corylus iberica Wittm. ex Bobrov 
Tbilisi. 

312448. Crepis foetida L. Compositae. 

Tbilisi. 
312449 and 312450. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

312449. Schiraki. 

312450. Tbilisi. 

312451. Festuca OVINA L. Gramineae. Sheep fescue. 
Bakuriani. 

312452. Festuca sclerophylla Boiss. 
Bakuriani. 

312453. Festuca varia Haenke Fescue. 
Bakuriani. 

312454. Geum urbanum L. Rosaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312455. Hedera caucasigena Pojark. Araliaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312456. Koeleria gracilis Pers. Gramineae. 
Schiraki. 

312457. Lathyrus rotundifolius Willd. Leguminosae. 
Tbilisi. 

312458. Medicago coerulea Less, ex Ledeb. Leguminosae. 
Schiraki. 

312459 ad 312460. Medicago orbicularis (L.) All. Buttonclover. 

312459. Schiraki. 

312460. Tbilisi. 

312461. Onobrychis cyri Grossh. Leguminosae. 

Tbilisi. 
312462 and 312463. Onobrychis kachetica Boiss. 

312462. Schiraki. 

312463. Tbilisi. 

312464. Onobrychis kemulariae Chinth. 
Bakuriani. 

312465. Onobrychis oxytropoides Boiss. 
Bakuriani. 

312466. Onobrychis transcaucasica Grossh. 
Bakuriani. 

312467. Oryzopsis virescens (Trin.) Beck Gramineae. 
Tbilisi. 



82 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312436 to 312482— Continued 

312468. Parrotia persica (DC.) Meyer Hamamelidaceae. 

Persian parrotia. 

Tbilisi. 

312469. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbosa bluegrass. 
Tbilisi. 

312470. Sanguisorba officinalis L. Rosaceae. 
Bakuriani. 

312471. Sorbustorminalis (L.)Crantz Rosaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312472. Sorbus umbellata var. cretica (Lindl.) C. Schneid. 
Tbilisi. 

312473. CORNUS australis C. A. Mayer Cornaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312474. Tilia dasystyla Stev. Tiliaceae. 
Tbilisi. 

312475. Tragopogon pusillus M.B. . Compositae. 
Schiraki. 

312476. Trifolium alpestre L. Leguminosae. Purple globe clover. 
Bakuriani. 

312477. Trifolium campestre Schreb. Large hop clover. 
Schiraki. 

312478. Trifolium canescens Willd. 
Bakuriani. 

312479. Trifolium echinatum Bieb. 
Schiraki. 

312480. Trigonella monspeliaca L. Leguminosae. 
Schiraki. 

312481. Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Moench Leguminosae. 
Schiraki. 

312482. Vicia sativa L. 
Schiraki. 

312483 and 312484. Pyracantha (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From the Netherlands. Plants presented by the Vuyk Van Nes Nurseries, 
Boskoop. Received March 15, 1966. 

312483. 'Golden Charmer'. 

312484. 'Orange Charmer'. 

312485 to 312487. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. European grape. 

From the Republic of Lebanon. Cuttings presented by Elias A. Abi Khalil, 
Khath. Received March 16, 1966. 

312485. 'Black Capital'. 

312486. 'Beta Moni'. 

312487. 'Long Negro Finger'. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 83 

312488 to 312509. 

From Poland. Budsticks presented by the Research Institute of Pomology, 
Skierniewice. Received March 17, 1968. 

312488 and 312489. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

312488. 'Bankroft'. 

312489. 'Malinowa Oberlandzka'. 

312490. Prunus armeniaca L. Rosaceae. Apricot. 

'Yubileynynyi Navoy'. 
312491 to 312493. Prunus domestica L. Common plum. 

312491. 'Besztercei Szilva'. 

312492. 'Nyari Aszalo'. 

312493. 'Wegierka Wczesna'. 

312494 to 312507. Pyrus communis L. Rosaceae. 

312494. 'Beurre Slucka'. 

312495. 'Cebulka'. 

312496. 'Er-shi-shinge'. 

312497. 'Gliva Ukrainskaya /Wilenska Plenna/'. 

312498. 'Grumkower Butter Birne'. 

312499. 'Ilinka'. 

312500. 'Jalowcowka'. 

312501. 'King Sobieski'. 

312502. 'Krolewna'. 

312503. 'Michurin's Winter Beurre'. 

312504. 'Minister Dr. Lucius'. 

312505. 'Phileson'. 

312506. 'Prokopianka'. 

312507. 'Summer Blood Birne'. 

312508. Pyrus sp. 
'Chin-shin'. 

312509. Pyrus sp. 
'Tse-li'. 

312510 and 312511. Humulus lupulus L. Moraceae. 

Common hop. 

From Great Britain. Cuttings presented by Department of Hop Research, 
Wye College, New Ashford, Kent, England. Received March 17, 1966. 

Vigorous, wilt tolerant and symptomless carriers of mosaic virus. Later 
maturing than Fuggle but yield similar. Cones smaller than Fuggle; less 
likely to shatter. 

312510. 'Alliance' W.E 1778. 

312511. 'Progress' W/E 1008. 

312512. Cotoneaster (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From the Netherlands. Plants purchased from F. J. Frottendorat and Sons, 
Boskoop. Received March 18, 1966. 

'Saldam'. 



84 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



312513 to 312777. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. 



Rice. 



From the Philippines. Seeds presented by the International Rice Research 
Institute, Manila. Received March 22, 1966. 



P.I.No. 


Plot 
No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source 


Cross 


312513. 


1 


11045 


IR66-51-1 


CP231 x Kh. 68 


312514. 


2 


11079 


IR66-103-2 


CP231 x Kh. 68 


312515. 


3 


7001 


IR67-124 


CP231 x Ch 242 


312516. 


4 


11206 


IR67-124-5 


CP231 x Ch 242 


312517. 


5 


11342 


IR68-141-3 


CP231 x P.I. 215936 


312518. 


6 


11407 


IR68-266-2 


CP231 x P.I. 215936 


312519. 


10 


224 




CH 242 x CI 9155 


312520. 


11 


11787 


IR82-112-3 


Siam 29 x P.I. 215936 


312521. 


12 


13863 


IR36-3-2-2 


Siam 29 x Chianan 8 


312522. 


13 


13865 


IR36-3-3-1 


Siam 29 x Chianan 8 


312523. 


14 


13884 


IR36-24-1-1 


Siam 29 x Chianan 8 


312524. 


15 


13896 


IR36-27-1-1 


Siam 29 x Chianan 8 


312525. 


16 


14679 


IR36-9-2-2 


Siam 29 x Chianan 8 


312526. 


17 


14698 


IR38-55-2-2 


Siam 29 x Kh. 68 


312527. 


18 


11975 


IR84-82-3 


P.I. 215936 x Peta 


312528. 


22 


12057 


IR75-69-3 


BPI-76 x Ch. 242 


312529. 


23 


12102 


IR75-141-1 


BPI-76 x Ch. 242 


312530. 


24 


12151 


IR76-45-1 


BPI-76 x T. 176 


312531. 


25 


12239 


IR77-7-2 


BPI-76 x P.I. 215936 


312532. 


26 


12247 


IR77-27-3 


BPI-76 x P.I. 215936 


312533. 


27 


12255 


IR77-40-2 


BPI-76 x P.I. 215936 


312534. 


28 


12274 


IR77-54-3 


BPI-76 x P.I. 215936 


312535. 


29 


12299 


IR77-109-1 


BPI-76 x P.I. 215936 


312536. 


30 


224 


CH 242 x CI 9155 


312537. 


32 




Taichung 172 




312538. 


33 


220 


Tainan 3 




312539. 


34 


12955 


IR14-2-1-3 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312540. 


35 


13018 


IR14-121-3-2 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312541. 


36 


7072 


IR14-149-3 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312542. 


37 


13029 


IR14-149-3-1 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312543. 


38 


14358 


IR14-21-2-2 


BPI-76, x Kh. 68 


312544. 


39 


14370 


IR14-51-3-1 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312545. 


40 


14389 


IR14-101-2-1 


BPI-76 x Kh. 68 


312546. 


41 


13053 


IR16-32-3-2 


BPI-76 x T. 172 


312547. 


43 


15426 


IR16-32-7 


BPI-76 x T. 172 


312548. 


44 


15432 


IR16-32-13 


BPI-76 x T. 172 


312549. 


45 


15443 


IR16-32-24 


BPI-76 x T. 172 


312550. 


46 


15496 


IR16-32-30 fc 


BPI-76 x T. 172 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



85 



312513 to 312777 


—Continued 


PJJVo. 


Plot 

No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source 


312551. 


47 


15502 


IR16-32-36 


312552. 


48 


13055 


IR16-40-1-1 


312553. 


49 


•7077 


IR16-45-2 


312554. 


50 


13087 


IR16-82-2-3 


312555. 


51 


14412 


IR16-31-1-2 


312556. 


52 


15450 


IR16-85-10 


312557. 


53 


15455 


IR16-85-15 


312558. 


54 


15459 


IR16-85-19 


312559. 


55 


15461 


IR16-85-21 


312560. 


56 


15468 


IR-16-85-28 


312561. 


57 


15470 


IR16-85-30 


312562. 


58 


15513 


IR16-85-36 


312563. 


59 


13104 


IR23-9-3-3 


312564. 


60 


13116 


IR23-22-1-1 


312565. 


61 


13124 


IR23-41-3-2 


312566. 


62 


13132 


IR23-70-2-1 


312567. 


63 


13139 


IR23-89-1-2 


312568. 


64 


13149 


IR23-105-2-2 


312569. 


65 


7085 


IR32-38-2 


312570. 


66 


13155 


IR32-38-2-1 


312571. 


68 


14458 


IR32-64-1-2 


312572. 


69 


14464 


IR32-64-3-1 


312573. 


70 


13175 


IR34-56-3-2 


312574. 


71 


14471 


IR34-1 7-1-2 


312575. 


72 


14482 


IR34-26-2-3 


312576. 


73 


12383 


IR52-16-7-3 


312577. 


74 


7025 


IR52-18-2 


312578. 


75 


12387 


IR52-18-2-1 


312579. 


76 


12416 


IR52-26-7-1 


312580. 


77 


12443 


IR52-30-6-2 


312581. 


78 


12482 


IR53-6-1-1 


312582. 


79 


12499 


IR53-15-1-1 


312583. 


80 


7029 


IR53-15-1 


312584. 


81 


12501 


IR53-1 5-1-2 


312585. 


82 


12550 


IR60-9-3-1 


312586. 


83 


12553 


IR60-9-6-1 


312587. 


84 


12556 


IR60-12-1-1 


312588. 


85 


12562 


IR60-12-2-3 


312589. 


86 


12563 


IR60-12-4-1 


312590. 


87 


7033 


IR60-17-13 



Cross 

BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 xT. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 172 
BPI-76 x T. 3 
BPI-76 x T. 3 
BPI-76 x T. 3 
BPI-76 x T. 3 
BPI-76 x Ch. Yu 280 
BPI-76 x Ch. Yu 280 
BPI-76 x Ch Yu 280 
BPI-76/2xKh. 68 
BPI-76/2xKh. 68 
BPI-76/2xKh. 68 
BPI-76/2 xKh. 68 
BPI-76/2 x Kh. 68 
BPI-76/2 x T. 172 
BPI-76/2 x T. 172 
BPI-76/2 x T. 172 
BPI-76/2 xT. 172 
BPI-76/2 x Ch. 8 
BPI-76/2 xCh. 8 
BPI-76/2 xCh. 8 
BPI-76/2 xCh. 8 
BPI-76/2 x Ch. 8 
BPI-76/2 x Ch. 8 



86 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



312513 to 312777 


— Continued 




PJ.No. 


Plot 
No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source 


Cross 


312591. 


88 


12659 


IR61-5-9-1 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312592. 


89 


12683 


IR61-7-2-2 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312593. 


90 


7039 


IR61-7-3 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312594. 


91 


12701 


IR6-10-1-1 


BPI-76/2 xT. 3 


312595. 


92 


12704 


IR61-10-3-1 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312596. 


93 


12711 


IR61-10-6-2 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312597. 


94 


12736 


IR61-24-2-2 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312598. 


95 


12741 


IR61-24-5-3 


BPI-76/2 x T. 3 


312599. 


96 


14061 


IR28-108-1-1 


FB24 x T. 172 


312600. 


97 


14091 


IR22-71-3 


T. 172 x Tangkai Rotan 


312601. 


98 


14092 


IR22-80-1-1 


T. 172 x Tangkai Rotan 


312602. 


99 


14114 


IR22-104-1-1 


T. 172 x Tangkai Rotan 


312603. 


103 


7147 


IR2-62-2 


T. Vuot x Igt 


312604. 


104 


12843 


IR3-56-2 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312605. 


105 


12918 


IR3-122-1-1 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312606. 


106 


14327 


IR3-54-1-2 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312607. 


107 


14330 


IR3-68-3-2 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312608. 


108 


14333 


IR3-79-3-2 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312609. 


109 


14348 


IR3-117-1-1 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312610. 


110 


14346 


IR3-137-1-2 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312611. 


111 


15481 


IR3-66-14 


BPI-76 x Dgwg 


312612. 


112 


13190 


IR8-19-1-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312613. 


113 


13196 


IR8-36-1-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312614. 


114 


226 


IR8-36 


Peta x Dgwg 


312615. 


115 


13208 


IR8-42-1-3 


Peta x Dgwg 


312616. 


116 


13225 


IR8-56-2-3 


Peta x Dgwg 


312617. 


117 


13226 


IR8-64-3-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312618. 


118 


13276 


IR8-178-3-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312619. 


119 


7104 


IR8-179-3 


Peta x Dgwg 


312620. 


120 


7105 


IR8-188-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312621. 


121 


13292 


IR8-190-1-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312622. 


122 


13309 


IR8-209-1-2 


Peta x Dgwg 


312623. 


123 


7110 


IR8-242-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312624. 


124 


13326 


IR8-246-1-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312625. 


125 


13346 


IR8-255-3-2 


Peta x Dgwg 


312626. 


126 


13366 


IR8-271-3-3 


Peta x Dgwg 


312627. 


127 


65/5 


IR8-288-3 


Peta x Dgwg 


312628. 


128 


13379 


IR8-288-3-1 


Peta x Dgwg 


312629. 


129 


13381 


IR8-288-3-2 


Peta x Dgwg 


312630. 


130 


13382 


IR8-288-3-3 


Peta x Dgwg 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



87 



312513 to 312777 


— Continued 








P.I.No. 


Plot 


Selection 


Source 




Cross 




No. 


No. 










312631. 


131 


13383 


IR8- 


-296-2-1 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312632. 


132 


14496 


IR8- 


-75-2-2 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312633. 


133 


14504 


IR8- 


-90-2-3 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312634. 


134 


14513 


IR8- 


-142-3-3 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312635. 


135 


14517 


IR8- 


-171-2-1 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312636. 


136 


14521 


IR8- 


-172-3-1 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312637. 


139 


14527 


IR8- 


-185-1-1 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312638. 


140 


14535 


IR8- 


.244-2-3 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312639. 


141 


16250 


IR8- 


-244-2 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312640. 


142 


14541 


IR8- 


-279-2-2 


Peta 


x Dgwg 


312641. 


143 


14546 


IR8- 


-287-3-1 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312642. 


144 


14553 


IR8- 


-297-1-2 


Peta 


xDgwg 


312643. 


145 


231 


Taichung (Native) 1 




312644. 


146 


5330 


T(N) Yu 7 






312645. 


147 




I-geo-tze 






312646. 


149 


5199 


Changhwa Dg 


xT(N)l 


312647. 


150 


13408 


IR9- 


-26-1-2, 


Peta 


xlgt 


312648. 


151 


7125 


IR9- 


-46-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312649. 


152 


7127 


IR9- 


-54-1 


Peta 


xlgt 


312650. 


153 


7128 


IR9- 


-59-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312651. 


154 


13448 


IR9- 


-60-3-3 


Peta 


xlgt 


312652. 


155 


232 


IR9- 


-60 


Peta 


xlgt 


312653. 


156 


7130 


IR9- 


-60-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312654. 


157 


7131 


IR9- 


-65-1 


Peta 


xlgt 


312655. 


158 


13481 


IR9- 


-201-3-3 


Peta 


xlgt 


312656. 


159 


13483 


IR9- 


-213-1-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312657. 


160 


7133 


IR9- 


-241-3 


Peta 


xlgt 


312658. 


161 


13496 


IR9- 


-252-1-1 


Peta 


xlgt 


312659. 


162 


7137 


IR9- 


-252-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


112660. 


163 


1305 


IR9- 


_256-4-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312661. 


164 


13508 


IR9- 


-257-3-2 


Peta 


x Igt 


312662. 


165 


7136 


IR9- 


-269-1 


Peta 


x Igt 


312663. 


166 


13524 


IR9- 


-271-3-2 


Peta x Igt 


312664. 


167 


13535 


IR9- 


-252-2-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312665. 


168 


13539 


IR9- 


-292-2-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312666. 


169 


13547 


IR9- 


-298-1-3 


Peta 


xlgt 


312667. 


170 


7139 


IR9- 


-342-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312668. 


171 


13579 


IR9- 


-347-1-2 


Peta 


xlgt 


312669. 


172 


14573 


IR9- 


-108-2-3 


Peta 


xlgt 


312670. 


173 


14577 


IR9- 


-149-1-1 


Peta 


xlgt 



88 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



312513 to 312777— Continued 




PJ.Nc. 


Plot 
No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source 


Cross 


312671. 


179 




Tangkai Rotan 


312672. 


181 


13638 


IR6-1-3-1 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312673. 


182 


13644 


IR6-9-4-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312674. 


183 


7148 


IR6-52-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312675. 


184 


13667 


IR6-52-3-1 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312676. 


185 


7149 


IR6-53-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312677. 


186 


13672 


IR6-53-2-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312678. 


187 


13687 


IR6-67-1-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312679. 


188 


13709 


IR6-95-1-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312680. 


189 


13725 


IR6-1 11-2-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312681. 


190 


13728 


IR6-1 14-2-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312682. 


192 


13742 


IR6-132-2-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312683. 


194 


13749 


IR6-142-1-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312684. 


195 


13754 


IR6-142-3-2 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312685. 


196 


7153 


IR6-142-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312686. 


197 


13765 


IR6-156-2-1 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312687. 


198 


13770 


IR6-156-3-3 


Siam 29 x Dgwg 


312688. 


199 


13772 


IR7-2-3-2 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312689. 


200 


7155 


IR7-12-3 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312690. 


201 


7156 


IR7-22-3 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312691. 


202 


13789 


IR7-28-2-1 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312692. 


203 


14630 


IR7-46-1-3 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312693. 


204 


14643 


IR7-101-2-3 


Siam 29 x Igt 


312694. 


205 


236 


IR4-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312695. 


206 


237 


IR4-11 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312696. 


207 


14156 


IR4-28-1-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312697. 


208 


14159 


IR4-39-1-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312698. 


209 


14173 


IR4-65-1-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312699. 


210 


14189 


IR4-8 5-1-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312700. 


211 


14193 


IR4-85-3-1 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312701. 


212 


14236 


IR4-241-3-1 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312702. 


213 


14250 


IR4-263-1-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312703. 


214 


15183 


IR4-14-2-1 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312704. 


215 


15188 


IR4-14-3-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312705. 


216 


15190 


IR4-52-2-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312706. 


217 


15197 


IR4-67-2-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312707. 


218 


15211 


IR4-90-2-1 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312708. 


219 


15213 


IR4-90-2-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312709. 


202 


15215 


IR4-90-3-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312710. 


221 


15223 


IR4-93-2-3 


H-105 x Dgwg 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 196 6 



89 



312513 to 31277 


7 — Continued 




PJ.No. 


Plot 
No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source 


Cross 


312711. 


222 


15234 


IR4-136-2-2 


H-105 x Dgwg 


312712. 


223 


14264 


IR12-38-3-2 


MCVA x Igt 


312713. 


224 


14269 


IR12-70-1-1 


MCVA x Igt 


312714. 


225 


14273 


IR12-77-1-2 


MCVA x Igt 


312715. 


226 


14283 


IR12-105-2-1 


MCVA x Igt 


312716. 


227 


14294 


IR12-178-2-3 


MCVA x Igt 


312717. 


228 


15282 


IR12-36-2-1 


MCVA x Igt 


312718. 


229 


15287 


IR12-36-3-3 


MCVA x Igt 


312719. 


230 


14742 


IR11-22-1-1 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312720. 


231 


14765 


IR11-90-3-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312721. 


232 


14776 


IR11-109-2-1 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312722. 


235 


14797 


IR11-162-3-3 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312723. 


236 


14803 


IR1 1-166-3-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312724. 


237 


14815 


IR1 1-201-2-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312725. 


238 


14834 


IR11-229-1-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312726. 


239 


14843 


IR1 1-240-3-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312727. 


240 


16708 


IR11-259-3 


FB24 x Dgwg (old seed) 


312728. 


241 


14887 


IR1 1-387-2-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312729. 


242 


14912 


IR1 1-432-2-2 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312730. 


243 


14914 


IR11-452-1-1 


FB24 x Dgwg 


312731. 


244 


16927 


IR5_44_2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 
(old seed) 


312732. 


245 


15004 


IR5-44-3-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312733. 


246 


16929 


IR5-47-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312734. 


247 


15007 


IR5-47-1-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312735. 


248 


15016 


IR5-64-1-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312736. 


249 


15019 


IR5-64-2-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312737. 


250 


15024 


IR5-67-2-3 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312738. 


251 


15026 


IR5-81-3-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312739. 


252 


15030 


IR5-87-2-3 


Peta x Tahgkai Rotan 


312740. 


253 


15034 


IR5-90-1-1 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312741. 


254 


15038 


IR5-90-3-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312742. 


255 


15049 


IR5-99-1-3 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312743. 


256 


15050 


IR5-1 14-3-1 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312744. 


257 


15063 


IR5-140-1-1 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312745. 


258 


15068 


IR5-1 50-2-3 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312746. 


259 


15076 


IR5-1 77-2-2 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312747. 


260 


15081 


IR5-177-3-3 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312748. 


261 


15084 


IR5-181-1-3 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312749. 


262 


15085 


IR5-181-2-1 


Peta x Tangkai Rotan 



90 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



312513 to 312777— Continued 



P.I.No. 


Plot 
No. 


Selection 
No. 


Source Cross 


312750. 


263 


15088 


IR5-198-1-1 Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312751. 


266 


15091 


IR5-198-2-1 Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312752. 


269 


15094 


IR5-209-2-1 Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312753. 


270 


15112 


IR5-264-1-3 Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312754. 


271 


15117 


IR5-273-1-2 Peta x Tangkai Rotan 


312755. 


272 


15577 


MIFB-322-1, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312756. 


273 


15584 


MIFB-322-1, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312757. 


274 


15591 


MIFB-322-1, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312758. 


275 


15594 


RPP-31-3 


312759. 


276 


15596 


RPP-S1-3, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312760. 


277 


15599 


RPP-31-3, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312761. 


278 


15604 


RPP-322-1, Maligaya Experiment Station 


312762. 


283 


16033 


IR157-16 Leuang Yai34xT(N)l 


312763. 


284 


16376 


IR253-17-1 Gam Pai/2 x T(N) 1 


312764. 


285 


16378 


IR253-19-1 Gam Pai/2 x T(N)1 


312765. 


286 


16575 


IR127-2-2 (CP231 x SLO 17) x Sigadis 


312766. 


291 


5229 


Chin-Kou-Tsan 


312767. 


292 




Binato 


312768. 


293 




ADT27 


312769. 


294 


129 


B572A3-47 


312770. 


295 


134 


B572A3-47 


312771. 


296 


136 


B572A3-47 


312772. 


297 


137 


Milfor-6(2) 


312773. 


298 


207 


(CP231xHO 12), CI 9534 


312774. 


299 


210 


B581A6-545 


312775. 


300 


213 


CP231 x SLO 17 (B5580A1-15) 


312776. 


301 


217 


T. 65xT(N)l 


312777. 


302 


218 


T. 65/2xT(N)l 


312778. 


EULOPHIA sp. 


Orchidaceae. 



From Ethiopia. Plants coHected by Fred S. Meyer, agricultural explorer, 
United States National Arboretum, Washington, D. C. Numbered March 
23, 1966. 

No. 8612. Elevation 8,500 feet in Entotto Mountains, Shoa Province. 
Terrestrial among bushes on cliff face above a stream. 

312779 to 312785. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Universitetets Botaniska Tradgard, 
Uppsala. Received March 31, 1966. 

312779. Allium cyaneum Regel Liliaceae. 

312780. Allium karataviense Regel 

312781. Cotoneaster harrysmithii Flinch & Hylmo Rosaceae. 

312782. Cotoneaster multiflora Bunge 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 91 

312779 to 312785— Continued 

312783. Cotoneaster obscura Rehd. & Wils. 

312784. Cotoneaster splendens Flinch & Hylmo 

312785. Geranium dahuricum DC. Geraniaceae. 

312786 and 312787. 

From the Republic of China. Seeds presented by the College of Agriculture, 
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. Received March 22, 1966. 

312786. Citrus sp. Rutaceae. 
'Haili'. 

312787. Citrus sp. 

'Tankan'. 

312788 and 312789. Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck Rutaceae. 

Sweet orange. 

From Spain. Budwood collected by C. Dean McCarty, Agricultural Extension 
Service, University of California, Davis, Calif. Number March 24, 1966. 

312788. 'Primavera'. La Barraca-Aguas Vivas, Valencia. 

Late-maturing navel orange; matures one month later than Washington 
Navel and remains on tree 4 to 6 weeks longer. 

312789. 'Salustiana'. Tabernes de Valldigna, Valencia. 
Smoother rind and better quality than other strains of same. 

312790 to 312796. Gossypium barbadense L. Malvaceae. 

Sea-island cotton. 

From the Republic of Ivory Coast. Seeds presented by Institut de Recherches 
du Coton et des Textiles Exotiques, Bouake. Received March 24, 1966. 

312790. 'Babo\ 312794. 'Peruvianum'. 

312791. 'Grand Akoudsin'. 312795. 6 B 3. 

312792. 'Ishan Nigeria'. 312796. 3731. 

312793. 'Mono 63'. 

312797 and 312798. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. 

European grape. 

From France. Cuttings presented by the C.R.A.S.O. Viticulture, Pont-de-la- 
Maye. Received March 24, 1966. 

312797. 'Baco 22 A\ 

312798. 'Malbec 1056'. 

312799. Prunus sp. Rosaceae. 

From France. Rooted cuttings presented by the Station de Recherche 
D' Arboriculture Fruitiere du Sud-Ouest, Pont-de-la-Maye. Received 
March 24, 1966. 

F, (P.322 x S.1058) 1. 

312800 to 312808. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From Hawaii. Cuttings presented by the Hawaiian Sugar Planters Associa- 
tion Experiment Station, Honolulu. Received March 24, 1966. 

312800. 'Barbados Whitesport'. 312802. 247 B. 

312801. 'Fidji\ 312803. H-382915. 



92 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312800 to 312808— Continued 

312804. H-483166. 312807. H-615888. 

312805. H-609924. 312808. H-615898. 

312806. H-609964. 

312809 to 312811. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Italy. Budsticks presented by the Instituto di Coltivazioni Arboree, 
Torino. Received March 28, 1966. 

312809. No. 11C. (Bismark x Astracan). Early ripening. 

312810. No. 31B. (Golden Delicious X Astracan). Early ripening. 

312811. No. 35F. (Golden Delicious X Johnathan). Recently patented as 
'Goldjon Carlone'. Ripens slightly earlier than Golden Delicious. 

312812. Onosmodium molle Michx. Boraginaceae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by R. E, Perdue, Jr., agricultural 
explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Col. No. 4012. Depressions in dry open field along Highway 6 opposite 
Golden, Jefferson County, Colo. Coarse annual 1 to 2 feet high; fruit white. 

312813. Anchusa capensis Thunb. Boraginaceae. 

From the United States. Seeds purchased in May, 1957, from Herbst 
Brothers, New York. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Hairy biennial, to 45 cm. high. 

312814. Echinacea angustifolia DC. Compositae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by J. H. Williams, Department of 
Agronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Erect perennial herb, 10-50 cm. high, heads large. 

312815. Helichrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Willd. Compositae. 

From the United States. Seeds purchased from Harry E. Saier, Dimondale, 
Mich. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Stout annual, to 1 meter high. 

312816. Isatis tinctoria L. Cruciferae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by A. S. Barclay, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Col. No. 1744. Along highway 395, 33 miles north of Alturas, Modoc 
County, Calif. Erect annual herb, 50-90 cm. high; excellent characteristics of 
habit, seed production and retention. 

312817. Erucastrum strigosum (Thunb.) Sch. Cruciferae. 

From South Africa. Seeds collected by A. S. Barclay, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Col. No. 18819. Worcester, Cape Province. Elevation 2,000 feet. Sandy 
soil along railroad tracks. Winter-spring annual, upright spreading. 

312818. Helenium microcephalum DC. Compositae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry and A. S. Barclay, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, 
Maryland. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

Col. No. 20111. Four miles north of Saltillo on Route 56, Coahuila. Erect 
annual herb to 1.5 meters high; flowers yellow. Good seeder. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 93 

312819 and 312820. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented by Gordon College Herbarium, Rawalpindi. 
Public Law 480 Project A17-CR-5. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

312819. Saussurea candicans C. B. Clarke Compositae. 
Tall, erect herb; presumably annual. 

312820. Sisymbrium alliaria Scop. Cruciferae. 
Col. No. 1628. Biennial to 120 cm. high. 

312821 to 312827. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones 
Agronomicas, Madrid. Public Law 480 Project E25-CR-11. Numbered 
March 28, 1966. 

312821. Cephalaria leucantha Schrad. Dipsacaceae. 
Annual with good plant habit; heavy seeder. 

312822. Chrysanthemum viscidi-hirtum Thellung Compositae. 
Annual or perennial herb. 

312823. Cleonia lusitanica L. Labiatae. 

Annual herb, stems simple or branched above the base, inflorescence dense. 

312824. Crepis vesicaria L. ssp. taraxacifolia Compositae. 
Annual or biennial herb, to 80 cm. high. 

312825. Euphorbia lathyrus L. Euphorbiaceae. 
Annual to 3 feet high. 

312826. Lamium purpureum L. Labiatae. 

Annual herb, 10-30 cm. high. Flowers in axillary whorls. 

312827. Sideritis incana L. Labiatae. 
Perennial herb, 40-60 cm. high. Flowers in whorls. 

312828 to 312835. 

From Turkey. Seeds presented by Department of Agronomy, College of 
Agriculture, University of Ankara, Ankara. Public Law 480 Project 
A22-CR-1. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

312828. Anchusa hybrid Tenore Boraginaceae. 
Biennial herb 40-50 cm. high. 

312829. Euphorbia tinctoria Boiss. in DC. Euphorbiaceae. 

Col. No. 1603. Erect, many-stemmed perennial, 30-50 cm. high. Flowers 
yellow. 

312830. Gundelia tournefortii L. Compositae. 
Perennial herb, 40-50 cm. high. 

312831. Jurinea anatolica Boiss. Compositae. 
Perennial herb, 50-70 cm. high. 

312832. Onobrychis caput- galli (L.) Lam. Leguminosae. 
Col. No. 1153. Ascending annual herb, 20-40 cm. high. 

312833. Peltaria angustifolia DC. Cruciferae. 
Col. No. 716. Biennial to 120 cm. high. 

312834. Scabiosa sp. Dipsacaceae. 

Col. No. 1306. Erect annual herb, 40-60 cm. high. 



94 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312828 to 312835— Continued 

312835. Xeranthemum annuum L. Compositae. 
Annual herb. 

312836 to 312841. 

From Uruguay. Seeds presented by Facultad de Agronomia, Laboratorio de 
Botanica, Montevideo. Public Law 480 Project A9-CR-3. Numbered 
March 28, 1966. 

312836. Briza subaristata Lam. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 4323. Perennial grass, producing an abundance of seed. 

312837. Cestrum parqui L'Her. Solanaceae. 
Shrub to 1.5 meters high. 

312838. Eryngium nudicaule Lam. Umbelliferae. 
Col. No. 3981. Perennial herb; good seeder. 

312839. Schlechtendalia luzulaefolia Less. Compositae. 

Col. No. 4150. Erect perennial to 70 cm. high; large flower heads borne 
terminally. 

312840. Stenachaenium campestre Baker Compositae. 

Col. No. 4130. Erect annual herb 5 to 40 cm. high; good seeder. 

312841. Stenachaenium macrocephalum Benth. 

Col. No. 4232. Erect annual, to 1.2 meters high; heads in terminal cymes; 
good seeder. 

312842 and 312843. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Biotechnical Faculty, Ljubljana. 
Public Law 480 Project E30-CR-2. Numbered March 28, 1966. 

312842. Arabis turrita L. Cruciferae. 

Col. No. 1157. Robust biennial herb, 30-70 cm. high. 

312843. Crepis aurea Reichb. Compositae. 

Col. No. 1017. Erect annual herb, 10-30 cm. high. 

312844. Sigesbeckia glabrescens (Makino) Makino Com- 
positae. 

From Korea. Seeds presented by College of Agriculture, Seoul National 
University, Suwon. Public Law 480 Project A13-CR-1. Numbered 
March 28, 1966. 

Erect annual herb, 35 to 100 cm. high; heads many. 

312845 to 312849. 

From Sweden. Seeds obtained from Swedish Seed Association, Svalof. 
Numbered March 28, 1966. 

312845 to 312847. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. 

Summer turnip rape. 

312845. Swedish No. 65-3209. 

312846. Swedish No. 65-3210. 

312847. Swedish No. 65-3211. 

312848 and 312849. Brassica hirta Moench Cruciferae. White mustard. 

312848. Swedish No. 65-3153. 

312849. Swedish No. 65-3154. 



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312850 to 312853. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected by R. E. Perdue, Jr., agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Numbered March 28, 1966. 

312850. Vernonia hymenolepis A. Rich. Compositae. 

Col. No. 6409. Seven km. east of Jimma, Kaffa Province. Perennial 
shrub to 8 feet high ; slender, unbranched except in upper portions ; flowers 
lavender. 

312851. Vernonia kotschyana Sch. Bip. ex Walp. 

Col. No. 6441. Twenty-one km. north of Adamitulu, Shoa Province. 
Perennial, 3 to 5 feet high ; many stems from base. 

312852. Vernonia pauciflora Less. 

Col. No. 6333. Seven km. southeast of Harar, Haraze Province. Weedy 
perennial to 4 feet high. 

312853. Vernonia sp. 
Gol. No. 6550. No data. 

312854 to 312863. 

From Fiji. Cuttings presented by the South Pacific Sugar Mills Limited, 
Lautoka. Received March 29, 1966. 

312854 and 312855. Imperata conferta Gramineae. 

312854. 'Fiji 36\ 

312855. 'Fiji 71'. 

312856 to 312863. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. Sugarcane. 

312856. 'Fiji 13'. 312860. 'Fiji 61'. 

312857. 'Fiji 46'. 312861. 'Fiji 63'. 

312858. 'Fiji 47'. 312862. 'Fiji 64'. 

312859. 'Fiji 60'. 312863. 'Woden'. 

312864. Fragaria vesca L. Rosaceae. European strawberry. 

From France. Plants presented by Andre Marionnet, Soings-en-Sologne. 
Received March 29, 1966. 

'Macherauch's Marieva'. 

312865 to 312881. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by the Department of Agriculture, Division 
of Horticulture, Sydney. Received March 30, 1966. 

312865 to 312880. Microcitrus australasica (F. Muell.) Swingle Ruta- 
ceae. 

Clones from Harry Brothers, North Arm Murwillumbah. 

312865. No. 213. 312869. No. 217. 

312866. No. 214. 312870. No. 218. 

312867. No. 215. 312871. No. 219. 

312868. No. 216. 

Clones from L. Chilcott, North Arm Murwillumbah. 

312872. No. 220. 312874. No. 222. 

312873. No. 221. 312875. No. 223. 



96 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

312865 to 312881— Continued 

312865 to 312880— Continued 

Clone from G. Harry, North Arm Muwillumbah. 

312876. No. 224. 

Clone from Cupitt Reserve Creek, Murwillumbah. 

312877. No. 225. 

Clone from D. Guinea, Eungella. 

312878. No. 226. 

Clones from A. Pendergast, Murwillumbah. 

312879. No. 227. 

312880. No. 228. 

312881. Microcitrus australis (Planchon) Swingle 

No. 229. Clone from Mrs. Hall, Murwillumbah. 

312882 and 312883. Cyperus esculentus L. Cyperaceae. 

Chufa. 

From Ghana. Tubers presented by the Crops Research Institute, Ghana 
Academy of Sciences, Bunso via Bosuso. Received March 30, 1966. 

312882. Atadwe. Collected by M. A. Adansi at Aduhemah near Kwesihu; 
elevation 1,503 feet. 

312883. Atadwe. Collected by M. A. Adansi at Aduhemah near Abetifi; 
elevation 2,050 feet. 

312884. VlClA hybrida L. Leguminosae. 

From Italy. Seeds presented by Instituto Botanico Dell Universita, Siena. 
Received March 31, 1966. 

312885 to 312901. 

From Argentina. Seeds presented by Instituto Nacional de Tecnologia 
Agropecuaria, Presidencia Roque Saenz Pena (Chaco). Received March 
31, 1966. 

312885. Axonopus purpusii (Mez) Chase Gramineae. 

312886. Briza subaristata Lam. Gramineae. 

312887. Briza uniolae (Nees) Steud. 

312888. Hordeum compressum Griseb. Gramineae. 

312889. Leptochloa chloridiformis (Hack.) Parodi Gramineae. 

312890. Panicum adspersum Trin. Gramineae. 

312891. Panicum dichotomiflorum Michx. 

312892. Paspalum alcalinum Mez Gramineae. 
'Gramilla de Canada'. 

312893. Paspalum conjugatum Berg 
'Pasto amargo'. 

312894. Paspalum dilatatum Poir. Dallisgrass. 
'Pasto miel\ 

312895. Paspalum notatum Fluegge Bahiagrass. 
Tasto horqueta'. 

312896. Paspalum plicatulum Michx. Brownseed paspalum. 
Tasto cadena'. 



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312885 to 312901— Continued 

312897. Paspalum simplex Morong 

312898. Phaseolus adenanthus G. Meyer Leguminosae. 

312899. Phaseolus bracteatus Nees & Mart. 

312900. Phaseolus erythroloma Mart. 

312901. Vicia graminea J. E. Smith Leguminosae. 

312902. Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera DC. Cruciferae. 

Brussels sprouts. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by Joh. Kats, C. Azn., Numansdorp. 
Received March 31, 1966. 

'Roem van Kloosterburen'. Early selection. 

312903. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. 

Summer turnip rape. 

From Poland. Seeds presented by Institute of Soil Science and Plant Culti- 
vation, Poznan, through R. L. Mitchell, Iowa State University, Ames, 
Iowa. Received March 31, 1966. 

312904. Andropogon cf. microstachyus Desv. Gramineae. 

From Colombia. Seeds collected by W. T. Atkinson, Department of Agricul- 
ture, Sydney, New South Wales. Received March 31, 1966. 

Col. No. A-1717. Collected 33 miles from Bogota on road to Villavicencio. 
Elevation 7,900 feet. 

312905. Digitaria violascens Link Gramineae. 

From Ecuador. Seeds collected by W. T. Atkinson, Department of Agricul- 
ture, Sydney, New South Wales. Received March 31, 1966. 

Col. No. A-1496. Collected 140 miles from Quito on road to Santa 
Dominica. Elevation 2,400 feet. 

312906 to 313066. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad and Kuban Experiment Station. 
Numbered April 4, 1966. 

312906 to 312909. Onobrychis altissima Grossh. Leguminosae. 

312906. No. 1145. From Armenia. 

312907. No. 1148. From Azerbaijan. 

312908. No. 30076. From Georgia. 

312909. No. 30077. From Georgia. Mass selection No. 1. 

312910 to 312930. Onobrychis arenaria DC. Sandy esparcet. 

312910. No. 9793. 'Sandy 1251'. From the Ukraine. 

312911. No. 10111. From Kursk. 

312912. No. 10112. From Kursk. 
From Kursk. 

'Sandy Improved'. From Kazakstan. 
From Kurgan. 
'Omsk 1517'. From Omsk. 
From the Ukraine. 
From Kursk. 



312913. 


No. 


10115. 


312914. 


No. 


17311. 


312915. 


No. 


19579. 


312916. 


No. 


19708. 


312917. 


No. 


22929. 


312918. 


No. 


24145. 



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312906 to 313066— Continued 
312910 to 312930— Continued 
312919. No. 25769. 'Sandy 1251'. 
No. 26675. 
No. 26710. 
No. 27276. 
No. 27433. 
No. 28271. 
No. 28890. 
No. 29627. 
No. 29628. 
No. 29652. 
No. 29659. 
No. 30004. 



312920. 
312921. 
312922. 
312923. 
312924. 
312925. 
312926. 
312927. 
312928. 
312929. 
312930. 



From Kazakstan. 
'Kinelsk 828'. From Kuibyshev. 
'Sandy Improved'. From Kazakstan. 
'Sandy 1251'. From Voronezh. 
Hybrid. From the Ukraine. 
'Sandy 21'. From Bashkir. 
'Sandy 1251'. From Kazakstan. 
'Hybrid 12'. From the Ukraine. 
'Gssyk-Hulsk'. From Kirghizia. 
'Sandy 3274'. From Novasibirsk. 
'Caucasian Hybrid'. From Krasnoyarsk. 
'Sandy Pavlov'. From Voronezh. 
312931 and 312932. Onobrychis biebersteinii Sirjaev 

312931. No. 30082. From Armenia. 

312932. No. 32853. From Georgia; 

312933. Onobrychis hajashana Grossh. 
No. 16144. From Armenia. 

312934. Onobrychis iberica Grossh. 
No. 30072. 

312935 to 312944. Onobrychis inermis Stev. 
312935. No. 9630. From Krasnodar. 

From Krasnodar. 

From Stavropol. 

From Krasnodar. 

From Stavropol. 

From Stavropol. 

From Stavropol. 

From Krasnodar. 

From Stavropol. 

From Krasnodar. 
312945. Onobrychis oxydonta Boiss. & Huet 

No. 32856. From Azerbaijan. 
312946 and 312947. Onobrychis petraea Desv. 

312946. No. 16458. From Stavropol. 

312947. No number. From Stavropol. 
312948 to 312972. Onobrychis tanaitica Spreng. 

312948. No. 28467. From Krasnodar. 

312949. No. 28467. 'Donian'. From Krasnodar. 

312950. No. 28468. From Krasnodar. 

312951. No. 29212. From Krasnodar. 



312936. 


No. 


10489. 


312937. 


No. 


11436. 


312938. 


No. 


16290. 


312939. 


No. 


16537. 


312940. 


No. 


16555. 


312941. 


No. 


18125. 


312942. 


No. 


18804. 


312943. 


No. 


23989. 


312944. 


No. 


24175. 



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12906 to 313066— Continued 


312948 to 312972— Continued 


312952. 


No. 29982. 


From Kabardia. 


312953. 


No. 29983. 


From Stavropol. 1960. 


312954. 


No. 29983. 


From Stavropol. 1965. 


312955. 


No. 29983. 


(0-35294). From Stavropol. 


312956. 


No. 29983. 


( 0-35295 ) . From Stavropol. 


312957. 


No. 29985. 


From Krasnodar. 


312958. 


No. 29986. 


From Kabardia. 


312959. 


No. 30069. 


From Stavropol. 


312960. 


No. 34335. 


From Daghestan. 


312961. 


No. 0-46524. From Krasnodar. 


312962. 


No. 0-46527. From Stavropol. 


312963. 


No. 0-46528. From Stavropol. 


312964. 


No. 0-46529. From Stavropol. 


312965. 


No. 0-46530. From Kabardino-Balkar. 


312966. 


No. 0-46531. From Checheno Yugushetia. 


312967. 


No. 0-46532. From Daghestan. 


312968. 


Individual unnumbered sample. 


312969. 


Individual unnumbered sample. 


312970. 


Individual unnumbered sample. 


312971. 


Individual unnumbered sample. 


312972. 


Individual unnumbered sample. 


312973 to 313044. Onobrychis transcaucasica Grossh. 


312973. 


No. 4854. 


From Azerbaijan. 


312974. 


No. 5078. 


From Armenia. 


312975. 


No. 5162. 


From Azerbaijan. 


312976. 


No. 9696. 


'North Caucasian'. From Krasnodar. 


312977. 


No. 11684. 


Originally from Iran. 


312978. 


No. 11732. 


From Armenia. 


312979. 


No. 11804. 


From Armenia. 


312980. 


No. 14380. 


Originally from Turkey. 


312981. 


No. 14381. 


Originally from Turkey. 


312982. 


No. 15143. 


From Armenia. 


312983. 


No. 15146. 


'Sisiansk'. From Armenia. 


312984. 


No. 16608. 


From Azerbaijan. 


312985. 


No. 16609. 


From Armenia. 


312986. 


No. 16611. 


'Crimea 36'. From Crimea. 


312987. 


No. 16612. 


From Armenia. 


312988. 


No. 16614. 


From Armenia. 


312989. 


No. 16615. 


'Sisiansk'. From Armenia. 


312990. 


No. 16898. 


'Nahichevansk'. From Azerbaijan. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



L2906 to 313066— Continued 


312973 to 313044— Continued 


312991. 


No. 16899. 


From Azerbaijan. 


312992. 


No. 16913. 


'Ahalkalansk'. From Georgia. 


312993. 


No. 16915. 


From Georgia. 


312994. 


No. 17154. 


From Armenia 


312995. 


No. 17158. 


From Armenia. 


312996. 


No. 17394. 


'Ahalkalaksk'. From Georgia. 


312997. 


No. 17725. 


From Georgia. 


312998. 


No. 18248. 


From Armenia. 


312999. 


No. 18249. 


'Sisiansk'. From Armenia. 


313000. 


No. 18251. 


From Armenia. 


313001. 


No. 18254. 


From Armenia. 


313002. 


No. 18257. 


From Armenia. 


313003. 


No. 18261. 


'Martuninsk'. From Armenia. 


313004. 


No. 18262. 


'Martuninsk'. From Armenia. 


313005. 


No. 19514. 


From Azerbaijan. 


313006. 


No. 19515. 


'Aznihi-74\ From Azerbaijan. 


313007. 


No. 19516. 


From Azerbaijan. 


313008. 


No. 19519. 


From Azerbaijan. 


313009. 


No. 19871. 


'Martuninsk'. From Armenia. 


313010. 


No. 20152. 


'Sisiansk'. From Armenia. 


313011. 


No. 24152. 


'Leninskansk'. From Armenia. 


313012. 


No. 24247. 


From Armenia. 


313013. 


No. 24387. 


'Lakankansk 1238'. From the Ukraine. 


313014. 


No. 26097. 


'Vishnevsk'. Originally from Czechoslovakia. 


313015. 


No. 26592. 


'Milintinsk 2'. From Uzbekistan. 


313016. 


No. 26766. 


'Lakavkazsk 85/1'. From Voronezh. 


313017. 


No. 26770. 


'Lakavkazsk 87/1'. From Voronezh. 


313018. 


No. 29627. 


'Talinsk'. From Armenia. 


313019. 


No. 29988. 


'Hybrid'. From the Ukraine. 


313020. 


No. 30075. 


From Georgia. 


313021. 


No. 30078. 


'Mass Selection No. 2'. From Georgia. 


313022. 


No. 30080. 


'Ahalkalaksk'. From Georgia. 


313023. 


No. 30084. 


From Armenia. 


313024. 


No. 20109. 


'Karabalyksk 1314'. From Kazakstan. 


313025. 


No. 30618. 


'Baltasim F\ Originally from Hungary. 


313026. 


No. 31078. 


'Pokrovsk 56'. From Kirghizia. 


313027. 


No. 31792. 


'Fergansk'. From Uzbekistan. 


313028. 


No. 31796. 


'Nezlobinsk'. From Stavropol. 


313029. 


No. 32854. 


From Azerbaijan. 


313030. 


No. 32855. 


From Georgia. 



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101 



312906 to 313066— Continued 
312973 to 313044— Continued 

313031. No. 27442. From Azerbaijan. 
No. 27711. 
No. 27734. 
No. 27735. 
No. 28629. 
No. 28630. 
No. 28631. 
No. 28632. 
No. 28633. 
No. 28646. 
No. 28648. 
No. 29127. 
No. 29191. 
No. 29626. 



313032. 
313033. 
313034. 
313035. 
313036. 
313037. 
313038. 
313039. 
313040. 
313041. 
313042. 
313043. 
313044. 



'Kubansk 3'. From Krasnodar. 

'Azuihi-74'. From Azerbaijan. 

'Azuihi-18'. From Azerbaijan. 

'Sisiansk'. From Armenia. 

From Armenia. 

From Armenia. 

From Armenia. 

From Armenia. 

'Ahalkalaksk'. From Georgia. 

'North Caucasian'. From Rostov. 

'Ahalkalaksk'. From Georgia. 

'Nahichevansk'. From Nakhickeva. 

'Leninokansk (Sisiansk 34)'. From Armenia. 
313045. Onobrychis vassilczenkoi Grossh. 

No number. From Stavropol. 
313046 to 313066. Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Sainfoin. 

313046. No. 8154. Originally from Spain. 

313047. No. 9790. Originally from Germany. 

313048. No. 10002. 'Ziumineck'. From the Ukraine. 

313049. No. 11217. Originally from Poland. 

313050. No. 13403. From the Ukraine. 

313051. No. 16303. Originally from Switzerland. 

313052. No. 16519. From Stavropol. 

313053. No. 19571. From the Ukraine. 

313054. No. 22361. From Krasnodar. 

313055. No. 22363. From Krasnodar. 

313056. No. 24143. Originally from Norway. 

313057. No. 24151. 'Ukranian 57/57'. From the Ukraine. 

313058. No. 25767. From Kirghizia. 

313059. No. 27434. Originally from Germany. 

313060. No. 28370. From Moldavia. 

313061. No. 28651. 'Poltava 553'. From the Ukraine. 

313062. No. 29014. 'Artemovsk'. From the Ukraine. 

313063. No. 30253. From Estonia. 

313064. No. 30617. 'Italian'. Originally from Italy. 

313065. No. 31797. 'Dnepropetrovsk'. From the Ukraine. 

313066. No. 31886. Originally from Bulgaria. 
313067. Cedrus libanii A. Rich. Pinaceae. 

From the Netherlands. Plants presented by F. J. Grootendorst, Boskoop. 
Received April 4, 1966. 

'Stenocoma'. 



102 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313068 to 313073. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Cuttings presented by the South African 
Sugar Association, Mount Edgecombe, Natal. Received April 4, 1966. 

313068. N.51/168. 313071. N.55/257. 

313069. N.51/539. 313072. N.55/805. 

313070. N.53/216. 313073. N.56/1472. 

313074 to 313078. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Chile. Seeds presented by University of Concepcion, Experiment 
Station, Chilian. Received April 7, 1966. 

Selections from 'Rexoro' X 'Bozu'. 

313074. 136-1-3. 313077. 298-1. 

313075. 138-1-1. 313078. 308-1-2. 

313076. 139-1-1. 

313079. GOSSYPIUM sp. Malvaceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by O. F. Francke, Mexico, D. F. Received 
April 7, 1966. 

Paso del Toro, Veracruz. Elevation 20 meters. Bush to 15 feet high; 
branches many. Flowers small, bright yellow. Five-lock bolls. 

313080 to 313084. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by Royal Horticultural Society Gardens, 
Wisley, Ripley, Surrey, England. Received April 7, 1966. 

313080. Cytilsus albus Hacquet Leguminosae. 

313081. Gaulthettya x wisleyensis (Marchant) Rehd. Ericaceae. 

313082. Pinus griffithii M'Clell. in Griffith Pinaceae. 

313083. Rhododendron litiense Balf. & Forr. Ericaceae. 

313084. Rhododendron planetum I. B. Balf. 

313085 to 313090. 

From Denmark. Seeds presented by the Botanical Garden, Copenhagen. 
Received April 8, 1966. 

313085. Cyclamen africanum Boiss. & Reut. Primulaceae. 

313086. Cyclamen balearicum Willk. 

313087. Cyclamen graecum Link. 

313088. Cyclamen libanoticum Hildebr. 

313089. Cyclamen persicum Mill. Persian cyclamen. 

313090. Cyclamen pseud-ibericum Hildebr. 

313091. Lupinus angustifolius L. Leguminosae. 

Bitter lupine. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Stellenbosch Uni- 
versity, Cape Province through the Division of Seed Control, Agricultural 
Technical Services, Pretoria. Received April 8, 1966. 

S.E. Blue No. 1. 
313092 to 313095. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Departmento de Pesquiza e Experimentacao 
Agropecuaria, Porto Alegre. Received April 8, 1966. 



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313092 to 313095— Continued 

313092. 'Carazinho'. 313094. Treludio'. 

313093. 'Curitiba'. 313095. 'Vila Velha'. 

313096. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Cyprus. Seeds presented by Ministry of Agriculture and Natural 
Resources, Nicosia. Received April 8, 1966. 

'Kyperounda\ 

313097 and 313098. 

From Ireland. Seeds presented by J. J. Brady, Department of Agriculture, 
Dublin. Received April 8, 1966. 

313097. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 
'Beorna\ 

313098. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 
'Quern'. 

313099 to 313101. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Heine-Peragis, Getreidezucht, Hanover. 
Received April 8, 1966. 

313099. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 
'Ammer'. 

313100 and 313101. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

313100. 'Falke'. 

313101. 'Kolibri'. 

313102 to 313109. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Colombia. Seeds presented by Rockefeller Foundation, Bogota. Re- 
ceived April 8, 1966. 

313102. 'Barcino Candelario'. 313106. 'Menkemen'. 

313103. 'Cana Arroz'. 313107. 'Narino'. 

313104. Tr-K.AD-Gabo'. 313108. Toca\ 

313105. 'Kt-Rio Negro'. 313109. Tres Granos'. 

313110 and 313111. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Plant Breeding Institute, Landskrona. 
Received April 8, 1966. 

313110. Weibulls No. 5897. 

313111. Weibulls No. 5923. 

313112. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by Plant Breeding Institute, Cambridge. 
Received April 8, 1966. 

'Spratt'. 

313113. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by Elsom's (Spalding) Ltd., Elsom 
House, Spalding. 

*Europa\ 

313114. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Max Planck Institute, Koln- Vogelsang. 
'Ceresia'. 



104 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313115. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Finland. Seeds presented by Plant Breeding Institute of Kankkija, 
Tamminsto, Helsingin. 

'Hannes'. 

313116. Ilex crenata Thunb. Aquifoliaceae. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier & Sons, Winchester, 
England. Received April 11, 1966. 

'Mariesii'. 

313117. Vernonia sp. Compositae. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected by R. E. Perdue, Jr., agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Numbered April 11, 1966. 

Col. No. 6403. Open hillside above flood plain along Bonga-Wush Wush 
road, Kaffa Province. Weed to 6 feet, woody perennial; flowers lavender, 
bracts white. 

313118 to 313204. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, 
Taipei. Received April 11, 1966. 

Varieties bred in Taiwan. 



Spanish types. 


313123. 


0006. 


313118. 


0001. 


313124. 


0007. 


313119. 


0002. 


313125. 


0008. 


313120. 


0003. 


313126. 


0009. 


313121. 


0004. 


313127. 


0010. 


313122. 


0005. 


313128. 


0011. 


Virginia 


, types: 






313129. 


0101. 






313130. 


0102. 






Native varieties of Taiwan. 






Spanish types. 






313131. 


0301. 


313142. 


0313. 


313132. 


0302. 


313143. 


0314. 


313133. 


0304. 


313144. 


0316. 


313134. 


0305. 


313145. 


0317. 


313135. 


0306. 


313146. 


0318. 


313136. 


0307. 


313147. 


0319. 


313137. 


0308. 


313148. 


0320. 


313138. 


0309. 


313149. 


0321. 


313139. 


0310. 


313150. 


0322. 


313140. 


0311. 


313151. 


0323. 


313141. 


0312. 






Virginia 


types. 






313152. 


0401. 


313154. 


0403. 


313153. 


0402. 


313155. 


0404. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



105 



313118 to 313204— Continued 

Varieties from Mainland China. 
Spanish types. 

313156. 0601. 

313157. 0602. 

313158. 0603. 

313159. 0604. 
Virginia types. 

313163. 0701. 

313164. 0702. 

313165. 0703. 

Varieties introduced from Japan. 
Spanish types. 

313168. 0903. 

313169. 0905. 

313170. 0907. 

313171. 0912. 

313172. 0913. 

313173. 0915. 

313174. 0916. 

Varieties introduced from Ryukyu. 
Spanish type. 

313182. 1202, 

Varieties introduced from Philippines. 
Spanish types. 

313183. 1501. 

313184. 1502. 

313185. 1503. 
Virginia types. 

313186. 1601. 

313187. 1602. 

Varieties introduced from Vietnam. 
Spanish types. 

313188. 1801. 

313189. 1802. 

313190. 1803. 

Varieties introduced from Malaysia. 
Spanish type. 

313194. 2401. 

Varieties introduced from Israel. 
Spanish types. 

313195. 3901. 

313196. 3902. 



313160. 


0605. 


313161. 


0606, 


313162. 


0607, 


313166. 


0704, 


313167. 


0705. 



313175. 


0917, 


313176. 


0919. 


313177. 


0923, 


313178. 


0924, 


313179. 


0927. 


313180. 


092S. 


313181. 


0932. 



313191. 
313192. 
313193. 



1804. 
1805. 
1806. 



106 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313118 to 313204— Continued 

Virginia types. 

313197. 4001. 

313198. 4002. 

Varieties introduced from Dahomey. 
Spanish type. 

313199. 4501. 

Varieties introduced from Congo. 
Spanish types. 

313200. 5101. 

313201. 5102. 

Varieties introduced from Cuba. 
Spanish type. 

313202. 9301. 

Varieties introduced from Brazil. 
Spanish types. 

313203. 9601. 

313204. 9602. 

313205 to 313545. 

From Mexico. Seeds presented by Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones 
Agricolas, Mexico, D. F., Numbered April 11, 1966. 

313205. Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray Leguminosae. 
X-174. 9. Mapastepec, Chiapas, 1946. Elevation 100 m. 

'Rosa negro*. 

313206. Phaseolus aureus Roxb. Mungbean. 
12. A. Crispin, Sinaloa, 1964. 'Mungo verde\ 

313207 to 313212. Phaseolus lunatus L. Lima bean. 

313207. X-9023. 105-a. Soyalo, Chiapas. Elevation 1,200 m. 
Patashete'. Black. 

Bochil, Chiapas. Elevation 1,200 m. 

313208. X-9069. 196-a. 'Patashete'. 

313209. X-9071. 198-a. 'Patashete'. Buff , black. 

313210. X-9072. 199-a. 'Patashete'. Black. 

313211. X-9074. 201-a. 'Negro Azcatlan'. Black. 

313212. X-9075. 202-a. 'Blanco de Azcatlan'. White. 

313213 to 313543. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Common bean. 

State of Aguascalientes. Place and year of original collection indicated 
where known. 

313213. Exposicion E.N.A. 2-A. 'Garrapata'. Gray coffee colored. 

313214. Exposicion E.N.A. 4. 'Bayo\ Rincon de Romos, 1948. Ele- 
vation 1,950 m. 

313215. Exposicion E.N.A. 6. 'Apetito'. Pabellon, 1948. Elevation 
1,950 m. Light purple. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 107 

313205 to 313545— Continued 
313213 to 313543— Continued 

313216. Exposicion E.N.A. 8. 'Burro-bola'. Rincon de Romos, 1948. 
Elevation 1,950 m. Mottled. 

313217. Exposition E.N.A. 9. 'Singuino'. Rincon de Romos, 1948. 
Elevation 1,950 m. Purple. 

313218. C. Exp. Pab. 16. 1948. Tanza de, E puerco'. Pearl gray. 

313219. C. Exp. Pab. 19. 'Guero\ Elevation 1,950 m. White. 

313220. C. Exp. Pab. 24. 1948. 'Bayo tepetate'. Elevation 1,950 m. 
Buff. 

313221. C. Exp. Pab. 27(27-1). 1948. Tato bianco'. Elevation 1,950 
m. Dark buff. 

313222. X-2535. 29. 'Garrapata'. Aguascalientes, 1946. Elevation 
1,870 m. Mottled. 

313223. X-2535. 36. 'Cuarenteno'. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 
m. Rosy yellow. 

313224. X-2535. 37. 'Garrapata'. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 
m. Coffee colored. 

313225. X-2535. 40. 'Garbancillo'. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 
m. Yellowish. 

313226. X-2535. 44. 'Canario. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 m. 
Dirty white. 

313227. X-2535. 45. 'Negro'. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 m. 
Black. 

313228. X-2535. 48. 'Garrapata'. Aguascalientes. Elevation 1,870 
m. Coffee colored. 

313229. X-2535. 49. 'Bayo gordo'. Aguascalientes, 1952. Elevation 
1,870 m. Buff. 

313230. X-2535. 50. 1952. 'Negro'. Elevation 1,870 m. 

313231. X-2535. 51. 'Bayo chico'. Rincon de Romos, 1952. Elevation 
1,950 m. Buff. 

313232. X-2535. 52. 'Canelo'. Rincon de Romos, 1952. Elevation 
1,950 m. Lavender. 

313233. X-2535. 53. 'Cuarenteno'. Rincon de Romos, 1952. Ele- 
vation 1,950 m. Buff. 

313234. X-2535. 54. 'Garrapata'. Aguascalientes, 1952. Elevation 
1,870 m. Mottled. 

313235. X-2535. 56. 'Canelo'. Aguascalientes, 1952. Elevation 1,870 
m. Lavender. 

313236. X-2535. 58. 'Apetito'. San Francisco de Montero. Purple. 

313237. X-2535. 59. 'Manzano'. San Francisco de Montero. Mottled. 

313238. X-9110. 63-A. 'Cacahuate'. Aguascalientes, 1954. Ele- 
vation 1,870 m. Rose red. 

313239. X-9110. 63-B. 'Cacahuate'. Aguascalientes, 1954. Ele- 
vation 1,870 m. Mixed. 

313240. B.C.8-A. Miraflores, Baja California. Sulphur colored. 

State of Chiapas. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313241. 2-A-l, 2-A-3-4. 'Veracruzano'. Colonio Tolan. Elevation 
200 m. Dusky black. 



108 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313242. 3-A. 'Bombon'. Colonio Tolan, 1946. Elevation 200 m. 
Opaque black. 

313243. 5. 1950. 

313244. X-639. 8. 'Negro'. El Retiro, 1950. Elevation 1,400 m. 
Dusky black. 

313245. X-1084. 15. 'Blanco'. Comitan. Elevation 1,635 m. White. 

313246. X-1030. 29. 'Negro chimbo'. Acala. Dusky black. 

313247. X-1068. 31. 'Tsajal-chelnek'. San Cristobal de Las Casas, 
originally from Chiapilla. Elevation 550 m. Red. 

313248. X-1052. 37. 'Palmero'. Totolapa, 1946. Elevation 600 m. 
Dusky black. 

313249. X-1024. 41. 'Coloradito'. Acala, 1948. Elevation 600 m. 
Rose. 

313250. X-1140. 58. 'De suela'. Escuintla, 1950. Elevation 300 m. 
Dusky black. Bush type. 

313251. X-1076. 64. 'De vega'. Comitan, 1950. Elevation 1,635 m. 
Lavender. 

313252. X-1022. 65. Acala. Elevation 600 m. Dusky black. 

313253. X-1351. 73. 'Rojo obscuro'. San Carlos, 1950. Elevation 
1,020 m. 

313254. X-1399. 84. 'De suelo negro'. Altamira, 1950. Elevation 
630 m. Dusky black. Bush type. 

313255. 104. 'Negro'. S.E. de Comitan, 1952. Elevation 1,635 m. 
Dusky black. 

313256. Desc-8 X. 109. 'Mezclado'. Teopisca, 1950. Elevation 1,500 
m. Dark red. 

313257. Desc-14 X. 115. Teopisca, 1950. Elevation 1,500 m. Dark 
red. 

313258. X-8993. 120. 'De vara'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Ele- 
vation 1,200 m. Black. 

313259. X-8997. 124-a. 'Rosado'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Red. 

313260. X-8998. 125-a. 'Rosa bianco'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. 
White. 

313261. X-9000. 127. 'Trapichito'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. 
Dark red. 

313262. X-9002. 129-a. 'Blanco'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Ele- 
vation 1,200 m. White. 

313263. X-9003. 130-a. 'Rojo bolita'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. 
Elevation 1,200 m. Red. 

313264. X-9006. 133-a. 'Amarillo'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. 
Elevation 1,200 m. Light brown. 

313265. 133-h. 'Amarillo'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Elevation 
1,200 m. Buff. 

313266. X-9007. 134-a. 'Frijol-ancho'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. 
Elevation 1,200 m. Black. 

313267. X-9008. 135-a. 'Pinto'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Ele- 
vation 1,200 m. Dark gray. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 109 

313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313268. X-9009. 136-a. 'Votil'. San Cristobal de Las Casas. Ele- 
vation 1,200 m. Clear purple. 

313269. X-9012. 139-a. 'Colorado'. Ixtapa. Elevation 1,100 m. 
Red. 

313270. X-9014. 141-a. 'Barreton'. Trinitana. Elevation 1,700 m. 
Brown. 

313271. X-9017. 144-a. 'Bayito'. Trinitana. Elevation 1,700 m. 
Coffee colored. 

313272. X-9018. 145. 'Barreton'. Trinitana. Elevation 1,700 m. 
Buff, black. 

313273. X-9022. 149-a. 'Bayo de vega'. San Gregorio. Light red. 

313274. X-9025. 152-a. 'Blanco'. Comitan. Elevation 1,500 m. 

White. 

313275. X-9027. 154-a. 'De enredo'. Comitan. Black. Pole type. 

313276. X-9036. 163-a. 'De enredo o Vara'. Comitan. Black. Pole 
type. 

313277. X-9039. 166-a. 'Frijol bianco'. Las Margaritas. White. 

313278. X-9040. 167-a. 'Barreton'. Las Margaritas. Black. 

313279. 169-f. 'Amarillo'. Las Margaritas. 

313280. X-9044. 171-a. 'De vara'. Candelaria. Rose colored. 

313281. X-9084. 175. 'Patas hete'. Bochil. Elevation 1,200 m. 
Black. 

313282. X-9070. 197-a. 'Colorado'. Bochil. Red. 

313283. X-9080. 207-a. 'Tierra caliente de vara'. Ocozocuautla. 
Black. 

313284. X-9082. 209-a. 'Negro veracruzano de la Frailesca'. Ocozo- 
cuautla. Black. 

313285. X-9086. 213-a. 'Vaina blanca'. Ocozocuautla. Black. 

313286. 217-a. 

313287. X-9091. 218-a. 'Colorado de Comitan'. Ocozocuautla. Ele- 
vation 1,500 m. Red. 

313288. 218-f. 'Colorado de Comitan'. Ocozocuautla. Elevation 1,500 
m. Dark buff. 

313289. X-9092. 219-a. 'Zinacatan'. Ocozocuautla. Elevation 1,500 
m. White. 

313290. X-9094. 221-a. Artalapa. Black. 

313291. Kaplan, 241. 'Frijol negro'. Tapachula. Black. 

State of Durango. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313292. X-2612. 5. Francisco I. Madero, 1950. Elevation 1,950 m. 
Mouse colored. 

313293. 15. Villa Madero, 1952. Elevation 1,960 m. Light buff. 

313294. 17-B. Nombre de Dios, 1952. Grayish brown. 

313295. 17-C. Nombre de Dios, 1952. Lavender. 

313296. 17-D. Nombre de Dios, 1952. Mouse colored. 



110 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313205 to 313545— Continued 
313213 to 313543— Continued 

313297. 17-E. Nombre de Dios, 1952. 

313298. 17-G. Nombre de Dios, 1952. 

313299. 17-H. Nombre de Dios, 1952. 

313300. 17-1. Nombre de Dios, 1952. 

313301. 19. 



Light gray. 

White. 

Buff. 

Sulphur colored. 
Bayo\ La Sacuceda, 1952. Mouse colored. 
Bayo rata'. Durango, 1952. Elevation 1,898 m. 



Buff 



313302. 20. 
colored. 

313303. 21. 

313304. 22. 

313305. 23. 

313306. 24. 

313307. 25. 

313308. 26. 

313309. 27. 

313310. 28. 

313311. 104. 
Buff. 

313312. 102. 30. 
Mouse colored. 

313313. 103. 31. 
Mouse colored. 

313314. 107. 32. 'Canario'. Elevation 2,020 m. Sulphur colored. 

313315. 36. 'Amarillo'. Tepehuanes. Elevation 1,900 m. Yellow. 

State of Guanajuato. Place and year of original collection indicated 
where known. 



'Chapurrado'. Durango, 1952. Elevation 1,898 m. Buff. 
'Bayo'. Vicente Guerrero, 1952. Elevation 1,898 m. Buff. 
'Bayo rata*. Guadalupe Victoria, 1952. Mouse colored. 
Ejido de Canatlan, 1952. Buff. 
Puerto Nuevo, 1952. Buff. 
Durango, 1952. Elevation 1,898 m. Buff. 
Canacatlan, 1952. Buff. 
Guadalupe Victoria, 1952. Buff. 
29. 'Bayo bianco'. Durango, 1952. Elevation 1,898 m. 



'Bayo rata'. Durango, 1952. 
'Bayo rata'. Durango, 1952. 



Elevation 1,898 m. 
Elevation 1,898 m. 



313316. 1-A. 

313317. 5-A. 

313318. 10-A. 

313319. 11-A. 

313320. 18. 

313321. 24. 

313322. 27. 

313323. 32. 

313324. 47. 
m. Canary yellow. 

313325. 51. 'Apetito'. 

313326. 60. 'Amarillo' 
Yellow. 

313327. 63. 

313328. 67. 

313329. 68. 
colored. 

313330. X-2421. 75. 
m. Dull yellow. 



Palacio'. Acambaro. Elevation 1,856 m. Buff. 

Carniro-b'. Buff garbanzo. 

'Negro'. Celaya. Elevation 1,754 m. Bright black. 

'Aluvia chica'. Celaya. Elevation 1,754 m. White. 
'Mantequilla'. La Joya. Light buff. 
'Canario'. El Pintor, 1945. Sulphur colored. 
'Palacio higuerilla'. Yuriria, 1947. Light brown. 
'Palacio bayo'. El Carmen, Salamanca. 
'Canario'. San Jose Valle, Santiago, 1947. Elevation 1,780 



Barranca de Huerta, 1950. Buff. 
Tierras Negras* Penjamo. Elevation 1,760 m. 



'Caurenteno'. 
'Negro brill*. 
'Apetito morado'. 



Leon. Elevation 1,809 m. Red. 

El Pintor, Cortazar. Dark coffee 
Cuarenteno'. Guanajuato, 1950. Elevation 2,000 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 111 

313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313331. X-2455. 87- A. 'Morado'. 5 Kms. Silao (Seleccion) 1950. 
Elevation 1,777 m. 

313332. X-2397. 'Coloradito guinda'. Dolores Hidalgo, 1950. Eleva- 
tion 1,895 m. 

313333. 103. 'Bayo gordo'. San Miguel Allende, 1952. Elevation 1,852 
m. Shiny black. 

313334. 105. 'Ojo de liebre'. Santa Maria Antillan, 1952. Pinto. 

313335. 107. 'Bayo'. Dolores Hidalgo, 1952. Elevation 1,895 m. 

313336. 108. 'Bayo'. Atotonilco, 1952. 

313337. 22. 109. 'Colombia'. Vista Hermosa, 1952. Elevation 1,750 
m. Reddish buff. 

313338. 20. 110. 'Ojo de liebre'. Salamanca, 1952. Elevation 1,720 m. 
Dull buff. 

313339. 23. 111. 'Negro'. San Miguel Allende, 1952. Elevation 1,910 
m. Shiny black. 

State of Guerrero. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313340. X-2729. 18. 'De vega'. Tiapehuala, 1950. Elevation 400 m. 
Buff. 

313341. 27-B. 'Bayo'. Santa Rosa. 

313342. 27-C. 'Morado palido'. Santa Rosa. 

313343. 29-C. Colon, 1952. Shiny black. 

313344. R-185. 'Pardo'. Coahuayutla, 1952. Elevation 290 m. 
Mottled. 

313345. R-185. 66. 'Pan caliente'. Coahuayutla, 1952. Elevation 290 
m. Light buff. 

313346. R-3. 79. 'Mantequilla'. Tecpan de Galeana, 1952. Elevation 
120 m. Light buff. 

313347. R-l. 81. 'Huapinol'. Tecpan de Galeana, 1952. Elevation 120 
m. Dull black. 

313348. X-8986. 84-A. 'Rojito'. Iguala. Dark red. 

313349. 87. 'Mantequilla'. Market in Atoyac. Elevation 50 m. Light 
buff. 

State of Hidalgo. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313350. X-2816. 6-A. 'Franciscano negro'. E.P.A. Huichapan, 1952. 
Elevation 1,102 m. 

313351. No. 8. No data. 

313352. 2826. 14-A. 'Vaquita clara bayo'. E.P.A. Huichapan. Ele- 
vation 1,102 m. Grayish black. 

313353. 2831. 19-A. 'El moro jaspeado gris'. E.P.A. Huichapan. 
Elevation 1,102 m. Speckled. 

313354. 24-A. 'Garrapata'. Benito Juarez. Dark purple. 

313355. 28-A. 'Negro'. Huichapan. Elevation 2,102 m. Shiny black. 

313356. 29-A. 'Amarillo'. Benito Juarez. Yellow. 

313357. Exp N.A. 39-A. 'Bavo delgado'. Huichapan, 1948. Elevation 
2,102 m. Light buff. 



112 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313205 to 313545— Continued 
313213 to 313543— Continued 

313358. Exp. N.A. 40-A. 
tion 2,102 m. Buff. 

313359. Exp. N.A. 45- A. 

313360. Exu. N.A. 40-A. 'Vaquita'. 
vatioti 2,102 m. Dark buff. 

3133 ... 51. 'Garambullo 5 . Pachuca. 



'Bayo blanquisco'. Huichapan, 1948. Eleva- 

Amarillo'. Sabinita. Yellow. 

Huicahapan (mezcla), 1948. Ele- 

Elevation 2,4-35 m. Dark purple. 
'Pinto*. Pachuca, 1952. Elevation 2,370 m. Dark 



Elevation 2,370 m. 
Elevation 2,370 



Yellow, 
n. Pale 



rosadV. Ixmiquilpan. 



313382. 37-B. 
purple. 

3 3363. 37-C. 'Amarillo'. Pachuca, 1952. 

313364. 36. 59. 'Bayo'. Pachuca, 1952. 
yellow. 

313365. X-9106. 63-A. 'San Franciscano 
Black. 

313366. 9107. 65-A. 'Cacahuate'. Ixmiquilpan. Creamy red. 

State of Jalisco. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313367. 4. 'Apetito'. Jalostotitlan, 1945. Elevation 1,535 m. Purple. 

313368. 5. 'Tempranillo'. Jalostotitlan, 1945. Light buff. 

313369. 6-1. No. data. 

313370. 9. Tizapan, 1950. 'Sicileno bola\ Dark buff. 

313371. 10. 'Pastilla'. Jalostotitlan. Pale rose. 

313372. 13-B. 'Bayo azufrado'. In 1950. 

313373. 16. 'Burro bola\ Jalostatitlan, 1945. Light brown. 

313374. 18-B. Tizapan, 1950. Dull brown. 

313375. 19. 'Garbancillo'. Santa Anita, 1950. Pale yellow. 

313376. 20. 'Garbancillo'. Tlaquepaque, 1950. Pale yellow. 

313377. 31. 'Mezquitillo'. Tecalitlan, 1948. Sulphur colored. 

313378. 32. 'Zamorano'. Yahualica, 1948. Buff. 

313379. 34. 'Pastilla'. El Borde Teocaltiche. Mottled purple. 

313380. 37. 'Amarillo'. Las Flores. Elevation 1,850 m. Buff. 

313381. 41. 'Garbancillo'. Yahualica, 1949. Buff. 

313382. 43. 'Mezquitillo'. Zapotiltic, 1950. Yellowish. 

313383. 44. 'Mezquitillo'. Zapotiltic, 1950. Pale yellow. 

313384. 48. 'Moro'. Tepatitlan, 1950. Darkly mottled. 

313385. 49. 'Apetito'. Tuxpan, 1950. Purplish black. 

313386. 50. 'Mezquitillo'. Tuxpan, 1950. Yellowish. 

313387. 54. 'Bayo delgado'. Tenamaxtlan, 1948. Lightly mottled. 

313388. 55. 'Tempranillo'. Lagos, 1948. Elevation 1,880 m. Buff. 

313389. 57. 'Blanco'. Lagos, 1948. Elevation 1,880 m. White. 

313390. X-2661. 58-B. Km. 165 a Guadalajara, 1950. Elevation 1,600 
m. Selection by plant; yellow. 

313391. X-2662. 59-B. Jalostotitlan, 1950. Selection by plant; buff. 

313392. X-2726. 61. 'Pardo claro'. Guadalajara, 1946. Elevation 
1,589 m. 



JANUARY I TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



113 



313205 to 313545— Continued 
313213 to 313543— Continued 

'Amarillo verdoso.' Guadalajara, 1946. 



313393. X-2726. 62. 
tion 1,589 m. 



Eleva- 



Elevation 1,589 m. Yellow. 
Elevation 1,589 m. White. 
Elevation 1,589 m. 
Elevation 1,589 m. 



313394. 68. 'Ejote'. Guadalajara, 1949. 

313395. 71. 'Blanco'. Guadalajara, 1949. 

313396. 89. 'Bayo.' Guadalajara, 1940. 

313397. 93. 'Bayo'. Guadalajara, 1950. 

313398. 112. 'Negro brill'. Lagos, 1950. 

313399. 113. 'Bayo'. Ojuelos, 1952. 

313400. 115. 'Pardo'. San Jorge, 1952. 

313401. 116. Ojuelos, 1952. 'Rosa'. 

313402. 117. 'Morado bayo'. Ojuelos, 1952. 

313403. 118. 'Negro brill. Ojuelos, 1952. 

313404. 125. 'Cacahuate'. Hueyucan, 1952. Red. 

313405. 127. 'Blanco'. Hueyucan, 1952. White. 

313406. Desc. 32. 128. 'Cafe claro.' El Grullo. 

313407. X-33. 129. 'Gris perla'. El Grullo, 1952. 

313408. X-34. 130. 'Gris'. El Grullo. Black. 

313409. X-9116. 133-A. Guadalajara. Elevation 1,589 m. 

313410. 134. 'Bayo'. La Quilella. Elevation 1,940 m. 

State of Mexico. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 



1. 'Ojo de liebre'. Toluca market, 1950. Elevation 2,675 m. 

3. 'Blanco'. Toluca market, 1948. Elevation 2,675 m. 
6. 'Blanco'. Toluca market, 1946. Elevation 2,675 m. 
6-A. 'Garbancillo'. Toluca market, 1948. Elevation 2,675 m. 



m. 



313411. 

Buff. 

313412. 
313413. 

313414. 

White. 

313415. 8-A. 'Rosa morado'. 

313416. 9-B. 'Amarillo'. Toluca market, 1950. Elevation 2,675 m. 

313417. 10. 'Morado pardo'. Toluca market. Elevation 2,675 
White, black. 

313418. 11. Toluca. Elevation 2,675 m. Mixed; buff. 
Toluca, 1946. Elevation 2,675 m. Mixed; shiny black. 

'Bayo gordo'. Toluca, 1950. Buff. 
Canario'. In 1950. 

'Canario'. Canary yellow. 
'Amarillo claro'. Toluca, 1945. 
'Morado claro'. Toluca, 1950. 
'Bayo cafe'. Toluca, 1947. 
'Bayo cafe'. Toluca, 1945. 
Tarraleno'. In 1945. 
'Pardo'. Toluca. Spotted. 



313419. 


12. 1 


313420. 


14-A. 


313421. 


15. '< 


313422. 


15-A. 


313423. 


16-B. 


313424. 


16-C. 


313425. 


16-D. 


313426. 


17-A. 


313427. 


19-A. 


313428. 


19-B. 



114 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313429. 20. 'Morado claro'. Toluca, 1948. 

313430. 22. 'Bayo claro*. Chalco. Mixture. 

313431. 24. 'Negro opaco'. Chalco market, 1950. 

313432. 25. No data. 

313433. 26-A. 'Bayo cafe'. Chalco market. 

313434. 26-B. 'Bayo rosa\ Chalco market, 1950. 

313435. 38-A. 'Amarillo'. Cuautitlan. Yellow. 

313436. 41. 'Apetito'. Cuautitlan. Buff. 

313437. 45-B. No data. 

313438. 45-C-l. 'Pardo claro'. Chalco. 

313439. 47-A. Tardo'. Texcoco market. Elevation 2,216 m. 

313440. 49. 'Amarillo'. Texacoco market, 1945. Elevation 2,216 m. 

313441. 52-A. 'Ojo de liebre'. Chapingo. Elevation 2,240 m. 

313442. 53-A. 'Aluvia chica'. Chapingo. Elevation 2,240 m. 

313443. 72. 'Bayo'. Santa Cruz, 1948. 

313444. 78. 'Negro brill'. Zumpango. 

313445. 87. 'Negro brill'. Mexico-Puebla, Km. 36, 1952. 

313446. 91. 'Capuchino'. Amecameca, 1952. Elevation 2,395 m. 

313447. 38. 92. 'Negro'. Reyes Acuzac, 1952. Elevation 2,210 m. 
Dark buff. 

313448. 8. 93. 'Cafe'. Tizayuca, Texcoco, 1952. Dull black. 

313449. 40. 107. 'Oje de liebre'. Reyes Acuzac, 1952. Elevation 2,210 
m. Pinto. 

313450. 39. 108. 'Moro'. Reyes Acuzac, 1952. Elevation 2,210 m. 
Dark gray. 

'Negro'. San M. Totlongo, 1952. Elevation 2,165 m. 



'Garbancillo' 
Buff. 



Santa Clara, Cuautitlan, 1952. Ele- 



313451. 31. 110 
Black. 

313452. 30. 112 
vation 2,170 m. 

313453. X-9105. 115. 'Canario'. Texcoco. Elevation 2,216 m. Buff. 

313454. Ing. Miranda. 311. Tenancingo, 1965. Elevation 2,100 m. 
Red. 

313455. Miranda. 185. 'Ayocote'. Tlaltenango. Various colors. 

313456. X-9124. 147-A. Pitalcingo. Black. 

313457. X-9192. 149. 'Criollo'. Zacapoaxtla. Elevation 1,500 m. 
Black. 

State of Michoacan. Place and year of original collection indicated where 

known. 

313458. 10. 'Bayo'. In 1950. 

313459. 15. 'Mexicano'. Tanaquilla, 1948. Pale rose. 

313460. 16. 'Zaxapeno'. Sahuayo, 1948. Elevation 1,575 m. Buff. 

313461. 28. 'Encerado'. Sahuayo, 1945. Elevation 1,575 m. Gray. 

313462. 30. 'Rosita'. La Goleta, 1948. Lavender. 



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115 



313205 to 313545— Continued 
313213 to 313543— Continued 

313463. 33. 'Cacahuate'. Cuitzeo, 1948. Dark buff. 

313464. 38. 'Bolita'. Tocumbo, 1950. Buff. 

313465. 42. 'Mexicano'. Tanhuato, 1950. Lavender. 

313466. 44. 'Mexicano'. Tocumbo, 1950. Very light. 

313467. 47. 'Amapolo'. City Hidalgo, 1947. Pale lavender. 

313468. 48. 'Morado'. Patzcuaro, 1948. Elevation 2,138 m. 

313469. 49. 'Bayo'. Patzcuaro, 1948. Elevation 2,138 m. Brown. 

313470. 56. 'Negro'. Jiquilpan, 1952. Shiny Black. 

313471. Desc. (24) 68. Tuncato, 1949. Elevation 1,600 m. 
84. 'Alborgon'. Ejido Tabera Tuncato. Elevation 1,600 m. 



313472. 

Buff. 

State of Morelia. 
known. 

313473. 2-A-l. 'Cafe'. 

313474. 9. 'Negro brill'. Cuernavaca, 1952. 

313475. 17. 'Negro opaco'. (Chiapas-3-A). 

313476. F.C.R. 32. 'Crema cafe'. 

313477. F.C.R. 35. 'Negro brill'. Tepalcingo, Morelos. 

313478. F.C.R. 36. 'Negro opaco'. Tepalcingo. 
Place and year of original collection indicated where 



Place and year of original collection indicated where 



Progreso, 1952. 



State of Oaxaca 
known. 

313479. X-784. 



313480. 

313481. 

Buff. 

313482. 

313483. 

White. 

313484. 
Black. 

313485. 

313486. 

313487. 

313488. 



State of Puebla 
known. 



9. 'Bayo'. Cuilapan, 1950. 
14. 'Negro opaco'. Ixtespec. Elevation 100 m. Shiny. 
X-9133. 51. 'Cuarenteno'. Ocotlan. Elevation 1,600 m. 

X-9139. 57-A. 'Amarillo'. Ocotlan. Elevation 1,600 m. 
X-9140. 58. 'Blanco chico'. Ocotlan. Elevation 1,600 m. 

X-9145. 63-A. 'Negro delgado'. Ejutla. Elevation 1,600 m. 

X-9153. 71-A. 'Blanco'. Ixtlan de Juarez. 
X-9154. 72. Ixtlan de Juarez. Thick, opaque black. 
X-9155. 73-A. LaPunta. Thin, black. 
88. Opaque black. 

Place and year of original collection indicated where 



313489. 
313490. 
313491. 

313492. 

black. 

313493. 

Red. 



Gray or spotted. 

2-A. 'Negro brill'. Tepeaca market 1943. Elevation 2,243 m. 
8-A. 'Bayo'. Tehuacan market. Elevation 1,696 m. Black. 
11-C. 'Negro'. Tehuacan, 1946. Elevation 1,696 m. Dull 

23-A. 'Sangre loro'. Esperanza, 1945. Elevation 2,454 m. 



116 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313494. 27-C-l. 'Blanco'. Esperanza mixture. Elevation 2,454 m. 
Brownish. 

313495. 31-B. 'Negro brill'. Tehuacan. Elevation 1,696 m. 

313496. X-80. 56-C. 'Ayocote negro'. Zacapoaxtla market, 1947. 
Elevation 1,800 m. 

313497. 84. 'Ayocote'. San Lucas El Grande. Elevation 2,340 m. 
White, black, purple. 

313498. 13. 85. 'Amarillo'. City Serdan, 1952. Elevation 2,450 m. 
Yellow. 

313499. 109. 'Boludo'. El Seco, 1948. Elevation 2,320 m. Shiny black. 

313500. 124. 'Ayocote negro'. Palmar de Bravos, 1948. Elevation 
2,180 m. Purple, white. 

313501. 130. 'Parraleno Colorado'. Palmar de Bravos. Elevation 2,180 
m. Purple, black. 

313502. 132. 'Delgado'. Chiutla de Tapia, 1952. Elevation 1,010 m. 
Shiny black. 

313503. 141-B. Matamoros. Elevation 1,600 m. Mixture. 

313504. 150-B. 'Amarillo'. Zacapoaxtla. Elevation 1,500 m. Yellow. 

313505. 151-B. 'Mantequilla'. Zacapoaxtla. Elevation 1,500 m. 
Greenish yellow. 

313506. X-9196. 152-A. 'Ayocote negro brill'. Hueyapa, Tlatlauqui. 
Elevation 1,500 m. 

313507. X-9200. 156. 'Moteado'. Tlatlauqui. Elevation 1,500 m. 
Shiny black. 

313508. X-9195. 161-A. 'Calete'. (de Tetelilla) Tlatlauqui. Eleva- 
tion 1,500 m. Buff. 

313509. 165-B. 'Gris'. Zacatlan. Black. 

313510. 169. 'Zamorano'. In 1954. Buff. 

313511. 175. 'Bayo'. Linton. Tlachichuca, 1956. 

313512. 176. 'Amarillo'. Linto. Tlachichuca, 1956. 

313513. 181. 'Canario'. Miranda. Santa Ana Xalmimililco, 1956. Ele- 
vation 2,300 m. 

313514. 182. 'Negro'. Miranda. Tetela de Ocampo. Elevation 2,300 
m. 

313515. 183. 'Negro,. Miranda. Tlaltenango. Elevation 2,300 m. 

313516. 184. 'Bayo'. Miranda. Tlaltenango. 

313517. 186. 'Negro'. Miranda. Tlaltenango. 

State of San Luis Potosi. Place and year of original collection indicated 
where known. 

313518. 7. 'Pardo bayo'. San Luis Potosi, 1952. Elevation 1,877 m. 
Mixed lot. 

State of Sinaloa. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313519. 1-A. 'Azufrado'. In 1948. Sulphur colored. 

313520. 11. 'Bayo bianco'. A. Crispin, 1964. 

State of Tlaxcala. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 



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117 



313205 to 313545— Continued 

313213 to 313543— Continued 

313521. 17. 'Acerado cafe'. Ing. Miranda. San Pablo de Monte, 1965. 
Elevation 2,230 m. 

313522. 18. 'Negro'. Ing. Miranda. San Pablo de Monte, 1965. Ele- 
vation 2,230 m. 

State of Veracruz. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313523. 1-A-l. Veracruz. 
X-890. 8. 'Vaquita'. Altotonga, 1946. Elevation 1,187 m. 

'Amarillo'. Papantla, 1948. Elevation 298 m. Yel- 

17. 'Negro jaro'. Fortin, 1952. Elevation 1,130 m. 



313524. 

White, black. 

313525. F.V. 12 
low. 

313526. 114. 
Dull black. 

313527. 115. 

313528. 117. 
Michoapan. 



18. 'Negro jaro'. Fortin, 1952. Dull black. 

'Blanco'. Francisco Cardenas. Ranco de la Felicidad, 



State of Zacatecas. Place and year of original collection indicated where 
known. 

313529. 2-A. 'Blanco'. Ejido Alberto, 1948. White. 

313530. 3-A. 'Canario'. Ejido San Alberto, 1953. Sulphur colored. 

313531. 6-A. 'Apetito'. Ojo Caliente, 1948. Elevation 1,850 m. 

313532. 10-A-l. No data. 

313533. 12. No data. 

313534. 12. No data. 

313535. 19. 'Buengusto'. Nochixtlan, 1946. Elevation 1,800 m. Sul- 
phur colored. 

313536. 36. 'Blanco'. Sain Alto, 1952. Buff. 
'Panza puerca'. Fresnillo, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. Pearl 

'Canario'. Ojo Caliente, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. Purple. 

'Morado'. Fresnillo, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. Buff. 

( Bayo'. Fresnillo, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. 

45. 'Bayo'. Zacatecas, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. 

( Bayo\ Zacatecas, 1952. Elevation 1,800 m. 

'Canario'. Zacatecas, 1952. Elevation 2,160 m. Yellow. 

313544 and 313545. ViGNA sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Cowpea. 

313544. X-9081. 208-a. 'De castilla vigna'. Ocozocuautla, Chiapas. 
Black. 

313545. ACM-RGGC. 207. 'Vigna'. Coatepec, Mexico, 1957. Mante- 
quilla. 

313546 to 313548. Microcitrus australis (Planchon) Swindle 
Rutaceae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by the Department of Agriculture, Division 
of Horticulture, Sydney. Received April 14, 1966. 

Received from Mr. Charleton, Blackbutt, Queensland. 



313537. 


38. 


gray. 




313538. 


41. 


313539. 


42. 


313540. 


43. 


313541. 


45. 


313542. 


46. 


313543. 


50. 



118 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313546 to 313548— Continued 

313546. No. 230. Broad width leaf clone. 

313547. No. 231. Medium width leaf clone. 

313548. No. 232. Narrow width leaf clone. 

313549 to 313551. 

From the Netherlands. Plants presented by F. W. Holmes, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst. Numbered April 14, 1966. 

313549. Ulmus Americana L. Ulmaceae. American elm. 

G 14635. Tree uniform, medium erect, medium leafy, much branched, 
procumbent drooping. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. Re- 
sistant to Dutch elm disease. 

313550. Ulmus carpinifolia Gleditsch Smoothleaf elm. 

G 14633. 'Christine Buisman'. Tree uniform, very erect, medium leafy, 
much branched. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. 

313551. Ulmus hollandica Mill. Dutch elm. 

G 14634. 'Belgica'. Tree uniform, very erect. Branches many, alter- 
nate in 2 opposite rows. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. 
Susceptible to Dutch elm disease. 

313552 to 313554. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, Eng- 
land. Numbered April 14, 1966. 

313552. Vicia faba var. equina Pers. Leguminosae. 

313553. Vicia faba var. minor (Peterm.) Beck 

313554. Vicia lutea L. 

313555. Vicia sativa L. Leguminosae. 

From France. Seeds presented by Station de Amelioration des Plantes, 
Montpellier. Numbered April 14, 1966. 

313556 and 313557. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Num- 
bered April 14, 1966. 

313556. Vicia ervilia (L.) Willd. Leguminosae. Bitter vetch. 
C.P.I. 24890. 

313557. Vicia pannonica Crantz 
C.P.I. 22901. 

313558 to 313570. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, 
Taipei. Numbered April 14, 1966. 

313558. 'Deo-gen-mean-don'. 313$65. Taichung 176'. 

313559. 'Hsinchu 56'. 313566. Taichung 178'. 

313560. 'Hualien 18'. 313567. Taichung 179'. 

313561. 'Kaohsiung'. 313568. Tainan 2'. 

313562. 'Shun-gan'. 313569. Tainung 45'. 

313563. Taichung 162'. 313570. Taipei 8'. 

313564. Taichung 172'. 



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119 



313571 to 313902. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Guatemala. Seeds grown by Regional Office for the Northern Zone of 
the Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Organization of 
American States, Chimaltenango. Numbered April 15, 1966. 

Selections made for superior yield by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 

Original seed collected in Colombia. 

313571. Col. No. Antioquia 6. 

313572. Col. No. Antioquia 12. 

313573. Col. No. Antioquia 18. 

313574. Col. No. Antioquia 25. 

313575. Col. No. Antioquia 26. 

313576. Col. No. Antioquia 34. 

313577. Col. No. Antioquia 36. 

313578. Col. No. Antioquia 64. 

313579. Col. No. Antioquia 94. 

313580. Col. No. Antioquia 106. 

313581. Col. No. Antioquia 140. 

313582. Col. No. Atlantico 1. 

313583. Col. No. Atlantico 6. 

313584. Col. No. Boyaca 1. 

313585. Col. No. Boyaca 4. 

313586. Col. No. Boyaca 5. 

313587. Col. No. Boyaca 6. 

313588. Col. No. Boyaca 8. 

313589. Col. No. Boyaca 21. 

313590. Col. No. Boyaca 22. 

313591. Col. No. Boyaca 30. 

313592. Col. No. Boyaca 101. 

313593. Col. No. Boyaca 104. 

313594. Col. No. Cauca 15. 

313595. Col. No. Cauca 31. 

313596. Col. No. Cauca 33. 

313597. Col. No. Cauca 36. 

313598. Col. No. Cauca 38. 

313599. Col. No. Cauca 39. 

313600. Col. No. Cauca 41. 

313601. Col. No. Cundinamarca 11. 

313602. Col. No. Cundinamarca 17. 

313603. Col. No. Cundinamarca 45. 

313604. Col. No. Cundinamarca 47A. 

313605. Col. No. Cundinamarca 65. 

313606. Col. No. Cundinamarca 112. 



120 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313571 to 313902— Continued 

313607. Col. No. Cundinamarca 115. 

313608. Col. No. Cundinamarca 116. 

313609. Col. No. Cundinamarca 120. 

313610. Col. No. Cundinamarca 137. 

313611. Col. No. Cundinamarca 138. 

313612. Col. No. Cundinamarca 140. 

313613. Col. No. Cundinamarca 146. 

313614. Col. No. Huila 2. 

313615. Col. No. Huila 5. 

313616. Col. No. Huila 6. 

313617. Col. No. Huila 7. 

313618. Col. No. Huila 9. 

313619. Col. No. Huila 12. 

313620. Col. No. Huila 14. 

313621. Col. No. Huila 17. 

313622. Col. No. Huila 19. 

313623. Col. No. Huila 23. 

313624. Col. No. Magdalena 3. 

313625. Col. No. Magdalena 11. 

313626. Col. No. Magdalena 12. 

313627. Col. No. Narino 2. 

313628. Col. No. Narino 4. 

313629. Col. No. Narino 7. 

313630. Col. No. Narino 11. 

313631. Col. No. Narino 12. 

313632. Col. No. Narino 24. 

313633. Col. No. Narino 47. 

313634. Col. No. Narino 50. 

313635. Col. No. Santander del Norte 1. 

313636. Col. No. Santander del Norte 3. 

313637. Col. No. Santandwer del Norte 6. 

313638. Col. No. Santander del Sur 9. 

313639. Col. No. Tolima 17. 

313640. Col. No. Tolima 35. 

313641. Col. No. Tolima 39. 

313642. Col. No. Valle 3. 

313643. Col. No. Valle 4. 

313644. Col. No. Valle 10. 

313645. Col. No. Valle 15. 

313646. Col. No. Valle 16. 

313647. Col. No. Valle 17. 



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121 



313571 to 313902— Continued 










Original seed collected in Brazil. 










313648. 


Col. No. 1. 










313649. 


Col. No. 6. 










Original seed collected in Costa Rica. 










313650. 


Col. No. 2. 










Original seed collected in Belgian Congo. 








313651. 


Col. No. 2. 










313652. 


Col. No. 5. 










313653. 


Col. No. 6. 










Original seed collected in Cuba. 










313654. 


Col. No. 2. 










Original seed collected in Chile. 










313655. 


Col. No. 7. 










313656. 


Col. No. 23. 










313657. 


Col. No. 27. 










Original seed collected in Ecuador. 










313658. 


Col. No. 5. 


313677. 


Col. 


No. 


199. 


313659. 


Col. No. 6. 


313678. 


Col. 


No. 


200. 


313660. 


Col. No. 10. 


313679. 


Col. 


No. 


206 


313661. 


Col. No. 12. 


313680. 


Col. 


No. 


208. 


313662. 


Col. No. 32. 


313681. 


Col. 


No. 


217. 


313663. 


Col. No. 45. 


313682. 


Col. 


No. 


247. 


313664. 


Col. No. 64. 


313683. 


Col. 


No. 


250. 


313665. 


Col. No. 66. 


313684. 


Col. 


No. 


258, 


313666. 


Col. No. 68. 


313685. 


Col. 


No. 


267. 


313667. 


Col. No. 71. 


313686. 


Col. 


No. 


269. 


313668. 


Col. No. 72. 


313687. 


Col. 


No. 


272. 


313669. 


Col. No. 73. 


313688. 


Col. 


No. 


275. 


313670. 


Col. No. 89. 


313689. 


Col. 


No. 


277, 


313671. 


Col. No. 90. 


313690. 


Col. 


No. 


279 


313672. 


Col. No. 92. 


313691. 


Col. 


No. 


299, 


313673. 


Col. No. 116. 


313692. 


Col. 


No." 


307. 


313674. 


Col. No. 132. 


313693. 


Col. 


No. 


318. 


313675. 


Col. No. 134. 


313694. 


Col. 


No. 


319, 


313676. 


Col. No. 149. 


313695. 


Col. 


No. 


328. 


Original seed collected in Ethiopia. 










313696. 


Col. No. 4. 










313697. 


Col. No. 5. 










Original 


seed collected in Italy. 










313698. 


Col. No. 3. 










Original seed collected in Japan. 










313699. 


Col. No. 2. 











122 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313571 to 313902— Continued 






313700. 


Col. No. 3. 






Original seed collected in Mexico. 






313701. 


Col. No. 3. 


313741. 


Col. No. 128. 


313702. 


Col. No. 4. 


313742. 


Col. No. 129. 


313703. 


Col. No. 5. 


313743. 


Col. No. 130. 


313704. 


Col. No. 6. 


313744. 


Col. No. 131. 


313705. 


Col. No. 9. 


313745. 


Col. No. 143. 


313706. 


Col. No. 10. 


313746. 


Col. No. 144. 


313707. 


Col. No. 11. 


313747. 


Col. No. 147. 


313708. 


Col. No. 17. 


313748. 


Col. No. 156. 


313709. 


Col. No. 19. 


313749. 


Col. No. 157. 


313710. 


Col. No. 20. 


313750. 


Col. No. 161. 


313711. 


Col. No. 21. 


313751. 


Col. No. 163. 


313712. 


Col. No. 23. 


313752. 


Col. No. 164. 


313713. 


Col. No. 28. 


313753. 


Col. No. 165. 


313714. 


Col. No. 33. 


313754. 


Col. No. 167. 


313715. 


Col. No. 34. 


313755. 


Col. No. 168. 


313716. 


Col. No. 36. 


313756. 


Col. No. 169. 


313717. 


Col. No. 40. 


313757. 


Col. No. 172. 


313718. 


Col. No. 44. 


313758. 


Col. No. 175. 


313719. 


Col. No. 52. 


313759. 


Col. No. 178. 


313720. 


Col. No. 53. 


313760. 


Col. No. 181. 


313721. 


Col. No. 54. 


313761. 


Col. No. 183. 


313722. 


Col. No. 55. 


313762. 


Col. No. 184. 


313723. 


Col. No. 60. 


313763. 


Col. No. 189. 


313724. 


Col. No. 63. 


313764. 


Col. No. 201. 


313725. 


Col. No. 72. 


313765. 


Col. No. 203. 


313726. 


Col. No. 73. 


313766. 


Col. No. 220. 


313727. 


Col. No. 77. 


313767. 


Col. No. 221. 


313728. 


Col. No. 89. 


313768. 


Col. No. 227. 


313729. 


Col. No. 100. 


313769. 


Col. No. 230. 


313730. 


Col. No. 103. 


313770. 


Col. No. 240. 


313731. 


Col. No. 109. 


313771. 


Col. No. 246. 


313732. 


Col. No. 112. 


313772. 


Col. No. 247. 


313733. 


Col. No. 113. 


313773. 


Col. No. 249. 


313734. 


Col. No. 118. 


313774. 


Col. No. 251. 


313735. 


Col. No. 119. 


313775. 


Col. No. 263. 


313736. 


Col. No. 120. 


313776. 


Col. No. 274. 


313737. 


Col. No. 122. 


313777. 


Col. No. 278. 


313738. 


Col. No. 125. 


313778. 


Col. No. 279. 


313739. 


Col. No. 126. 


313779. 


Col. No. 286. 


313740. 


Col. No. 127. 


313780. 


Col. No. 292. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



123 



313571 to 313902— Continued 






313781. 


Col. No. 300. 


313811. 


Col. No. 424. 


313782. 


Col. No. 303. 


313812. 


Col. No. 425. 


313783. 


Col. No. 304. 


313813. 


Col. No. 433. 


313784. 


Col. No. 307. 


313814. 


Col. No. 435. 


313785. 


Col. No. 322. 


313815. 


Col. No. 436. 


313786. 


Col. No. 327. 


313816. 


Col. No. 438. 


313787. 


Col. No. 339. 


313817. 


Col. No. 447. 


313788. 


Col. No. 341. 


313818. 


Col. No. 448. 


313789. 


Col. No. 349. 


313819. 


Col. No. 450. 


313790. 


Col. No. 351. 


313820. 


Col. No. 451. 


313791. 


Col. No. 353. 


313821. 


Col. No. 456, 


313792. 


Col. No. 357. 


313822. 


Col. No. 461. 


313793. 


Col. No. 360. 


313823. 


Col. No. 466, 


313794. 


Col. No. 366. 


313824. 


Col. No. 467. 


313795. 


Col. No. 369. 


313825. 


Col. No. 471, 


313796. 


Col. No. 375. 


313826. 


Col. No. 479 


313797. 


Col. No. 393. 


313827. 


Col. No. 481, 


313798. 


Col. No. 395. 


313828. 


Col. No. 482 


313799. 


Col. No. 396. 


313829. 


Col. No. 483, 


313800. 


Col. No. 398. 


313830. 


Col. No. 486. 


313801. 


Col. No. 400. 


313831. 


Col. No. 491, 


313802. 


Col. No. 405. 


313832. 


Col. No. 492. 


313803. 


Col. No. 406. 


313833. 


Col. No. 494. 


313804. 


Col. No. 407. 


313834. 


Col. No. 498, 


313805. 


Col. No. 408. 


313835. 


Col. No. 505, 


313806. 


Col. No. 410. 


313836. 


Col. No. 506. 


313807. 


Col. No. 412. 


313837. 


Col. No. 519. 


313808. 


Col. No. 415. 


313838. 


Col. No. 522. 


313809. 


Col. No. 418. 


313839. 


Col. No. 528. 


313810. 


Col. No. 419. 






Original seed collected in Peru. 






313840. 


Col. No. 5. 


313847. 


Col. No. 75. 


313841. 


Col. No. 14. 


313848. 


Col. No. 80. 


313842. 


Col. No. 19. 


313849. 


Col. No. 110. 


313843. 


Col. No. 23. 


313850. 


Col. No. 143. 


313844. 


Col. No. 37. 


313851. 


Col. No. 152. 


313845. 


Col. No. 41. 


313852. 


Col. No. 153. 


313846. 


Col. No. 63. 






Original seed collected in Venezuela. 






313853. 


Col. No. 2. 


313856. 


Col. No. 12. 


313854. 


Col. No. 7. 


313857. 


Col. No. 13. 


313855. 


Col. No. 11. 


313858. 


Col. No. 17. 



124 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313571 to 313902— Continued 






313859. 


Col. No. 18. 


313881. 


Col. No. 55. 


313860. 


Col. No. 19. 


313882. 


Col. No. 56. 


313861. 


Col. No. 20. 


313883. 


Col. No. 57. 


313862. 


Col. No. 22. 


313884. 


Col. No. 59. 


313863. 


Col. No. 23. 


313885. 


Col. No. 60. 


313864. 


Col. No. 24. 


313886. 


Col. No. 63. 


313865. 


Col. No. 25. 


313887. 


Col. No. 64. 


313866. 


Col. No. 29. 


313888. 


Col. No. 65. 


313867. 


Col. No. 31. 


313889. 


Col. No. 68. 


313868. 


Col. No. 36. 


313890. 


Col. No. 70. 


313869. 


Col. No. 38. 


313891. 


Col. No. 71. 


313870. 


Col. No. 39. 


313892. 


Col. No. 74. 


313871. 


Col. No. 40. 


313893. 


Col. No. 75. 


313872. 


Col. No. 42. 


313894. 


Col. No. 76. 


313873. 


Col. No. 44. 


313895. 


Col. No. 77. 


313874. 


Col. No. 45. 


313896. 


Col. No. 81. 


313875. 


Col. No. 46. 


313897. 


Col. No. 82. 


313876. 


Col. No. 47. 


313898. 


Col. No. 87. 


313877. 


Col. No. 48. 


313899. 


Col. No. 90. 


313878. 


Col. No. 49. 


313900. 


Col. No. 93. 


313879. 


Col. No. 50. 


313901. 


Col. No. 94. 


313880. 


Col. No. 54. 


313902. 


Col. No. 95. 



313903 and 313904. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by the Botanical Garden, Bremen. Re- 
ceived April 19, 1966. 

313903. Genista germanica L. Leguminosae. 

313904. Genista sagittalis L. 

313905. Gossypium hirsutum L. Malvaceae. 

From Turkey. Seeds presented by Regional Cotton 
Adana. Received April 19, 1966. 

C.B. 3800. 'Deltapine 15/21'. 

313906. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by O. F. Francke, Mexico, D.F. 
April 19, 1966. 

Collected in Papaloapam, Oaxaca. Wild tree cotton. 

313907. Lagerstroemia turbinata Koehne Lythraceae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Hazlewood Nurseries Company, Epping, 
New South Wales. Received April 20, 1966. 

313908 and 313909. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by Institute of Plant Breeding, 
Wageningen. Received April 20, 1966. 

313908. <Bock\ 

313909. 'Impala'. 



Upland cotton. 

Research Institute, 



Received 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 125 

313910 to 313915. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Weibullsholm Plant Breeding Institute, 
Landskrona. Received April 20, 1966. 

313910 to 313912. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

313910. Weibull No. 16414. 

313911. Weibull No. 16509. 

313912. Weibull No. 16511. 

313913. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 

Weibull No. 5923. 
313914 and 313915. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

313914. Weibull No. 8874. 

313915. Weibull No. 7389. 
313916 to 313925. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuttings presented by the All- 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received April 4, 1966. 
Numbered April 20, 1966. 

313916. Vitis sp. Vitaceae. 
'Baladi'. 

313917. Vitis sp. 
'Karburnian'. 

313918. Vitis sp. 
'Kishmish Hishrau'. 

313919. Vitis sp. 

'Kishmish of VIR'. Seedless white, medium small, sweet; originated in 
Soviet Union. 

313920. Vitis sp. 
'Rkatitselli'. 

313921. Vitis sp. 
'Sara Angusta'. 

313922. Vitis sp. 
'Tarnau'. 

313923. Vitis sp. 

'Tokulma'. Very long clusters, white, poor flavor, everbearing type. 

313924. Vitis sp. 

'Uzbekistanian Muscat'. Medium large, white, fine muscat flavor, crisp; 
maturity mid-September. 

313925. Vitis sp. 
'White Muscat'. 

313926 to 313939. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Scions presented by Ail-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received March 31, 1966. Num- 
bered April 20, 1966. 

313926. Pyrus amygdaliformis var. persica (Pers.) Bornm. Rosaceae. 

313927. Pyrus ussuriensis var. hondoensis (Kikuchi & Nekai) Rehd. 

Hondo pear. 



126 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

313926 to 313939— Continued 

313928. Pyrus calleryana var. graciliflora Rehd. 

313929. Pyrus caucasica Fed. 

313930. Pyrus complexa Rubtz. 

313931. Pyrus elata Rubtz. 

313932. Pyrus medvedevii Rubtz. 

313933. Pyrus nivalis Jacq. 

313934. Pyrus pyrifolia (Burm.) Nakai Late pear. 

313935. Pyrus sp. 

313936. Pyrus salicifolia Pall. Willow-leaved pear. 

313937. Pyrus ussuriensis var. hondoensis (Kik. & Nak.) Rehd. 

Hondo pear. 

313938. Pyrus ussuriensis var. ovoidea Rehd. 

313939. Pyrus uyematsuana Makino 

313940. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

From Honduras. Seeds presented by George Freytag, Escuela Agricola Pan- 
americana, Zamorano. Received April 21, 1966. 

'Zamorano\ 

313941. Nyssa sinensis Oliv. Cornaceae. 

From Australia. Scions presented by Hazlewood Nurseries Pty., Limited, 
Epping New South Wales. Received April 25, 1966. 

313942 to 313944. 

From Peru. Seeds and bulbs presented by E. A. Gildemeister, Lima. Re- 
ceived April 25, 1966. 

313942. Crinum sp. Amaryllidaceae. 

Seeds. Plants very strong, rapid multiplier, grown on coast. Foliage 
very vigorous. 

313943. Lycopersicon sp. Solanaceae. 

Seeds. Peruvian tomato, fruit size of peas; wild in canefields on Pacific 
coast. 

313944. (Undetermined.) Papaveraceae. 

Seeds. Elevation 12,000 feet. Very large bushlike tree from the sierra. 
Leaves to 10 inches long, gray with orange-colored juice. Bark rough. 
Tiny flowers in clusters to 10 inches long. No snow; dry summer; wet 
winter. 

313945. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. Strawberry. 

From Scotland. Plants presented by the Scottish Horticultural Research 
Institute, Mylnefield, Invergowrie, by Dundee, Angus. Received April 
26, 1966. 

'Crusader'. S.16/1965. 

313946 to 313959. 

From Bolivia. Collected by D. H. Timothy, North Carolina State University, 
Raleigh. Seeds unless noted otherwise. Received April 28, 1966. 

313946 to 313951. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

Obtained from collection at Experiment Station Farm at Saavedra. 

313946. Col. No. 189. 'Oclliri'. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 127 

313946 to 313959— Continued 
313946 to 313951— Continued 

313947. Col. No. 190. 'Pulquina IP. 

313948. Col. No. 191. Terlita'. Local variety. 

313949. Col. No. 192. 'Overo Chiquitano'. Local variety. Semi-erect. 

313950. Col. No. 193. 'Criollo Rosado'. Semi-erect. 

313951. Col. No. 194. 'Colorado San Simon'. Tarya. Semi-erect. 

313952. Coix lacryma-jobi L. Gramineae. Jobs-tears. 

Col. No. 185. Ten km. along road from San Carlos on way to Pto. 
Yapacane, Ichilo Province. 

313953. Elyonurus sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 187. On farm at Gral Saavedra, Santa Cruz. 

313954. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

Col. No. 181. 'Algodon'. Village of Santiago, Chiquitos. 

313955. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

Col. No. 182. 'Algodon'. Town of Robore, Chiquitos. Yellow flowers. 

313956. Gossypium sp. 

Col. No. 184. 'Algodon'. Santa Fe, Chiquitos. 

313957. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 188. 'Chamba'. Gral Saavedra along ditch on Granya, Santa 
Cruz. 

313958. Tripsacum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 180. Along dry sandy streambed between Santiagoma and San 
Roque, 20 km. east of Robore, Chiquitos. (Clone.) 

313959. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 180. Along dry sandy streambed between Santiagoma and San 
Roque, 20 km. east of Robore, Chiquitos. 

313960 to 313968. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Botanical 
Garden, Stavropol. Received April 28, 1966. 

313960. Agropyron gracillimum Nevski Gramineae. 

313961. Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) Beauv. Siberian wheatgrass. 

313962. Cotoneaster lucida Schlecht. Rosaceae. 

313963. Cotoneaster multiflora Bunge 

313964. Cotoneaster racemiflora (Desf.) Koch 

313965. Elymus giganteus Vahl Gramineae. Siberian wildrye. 

313966. Rhamnus frangula L. Rhamnaceae. Glossy buckthorn. 

313967. Trifolium pannonicum Jacq. Leguminosae. 

313968. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

313969 to 313980. Cucumis mflo L. Cucurbitaceae. 

Muskmelon. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received April 28, 1966. 

313969. No. 5678. India. 



128 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313969 to 313980— Continued 

313970. No. 5682. India. 

313971. No. 2580. 

313972. No. 1219. 

313973. No. 5192. 

313974. No. 5200. 

313975. No. 610. 

313976. No. 3828. 

313977. No. 3188. 

313978. No. 3744. 

313979. No. 3748. 

313980. No. 3802. 



'Sakar-Palak'. Central Asia. 
'Arbakesa'. Central Asia. 
'Charentais'. France. 
'Zuccherino'. Italy. 
'Zaami'. Central Asia. 
'Kokkala hosh'. Central Asia. 
'Kara-kaum'. Central Asia. 
'Kara-pucak'. Central Asia. 
'Umyrvaki'. 
'Guliabi oranzevaja'. Central Asia. 



313981 to 313985. 

From the Netherlands. Plants presented by F. W. Holmes, University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst. Numbered April 28, 1966. 

313981. Ulmus carpinifolia Gleditsch Ulmaceae. Smoothleaf elm. 

G 14637. Line 297. 'Cristiie Buisman' X open-pollinated. Tree uniform, 
erect, branches many, ascending, leafy; leaves 8.1 by 6.0 cm., dark, rugose, 
serrate. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. Slightly susceptible 
to Dutch elm disease. 



313982 and 313983. Ulmus hollandica Mill. Ulmaceae. 



Dutch elm. 



313982. G 14636. Line 390. 'Bea Schwarz' X open-pollinated. Tree 
uniform, erect, branches many, ascending. Leaves 7.9 by 5.5 cm., many, 
not glossy. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. Resistant to 
Dutch elm disease. 

313983. G 14638. Line 336. 'Bea Schwarz' X open-pollinated. Tree 
uniform, erect, branches many, ascending. Leaves 6.3 by 5.1 cm., many 
glossy. Excellent winter hardiness and spring vigor. Resistant to 
Dutch elm disease. 

313984 and 313985. Ulmus (hybrid). Ulmaceae. 

313984. G 14632. Line 283. Ulmus carpini folia or U. hollandica X 
(U. carpinifolia X U. plotii) . Tree erect, much branched, leafy, 
lenticels prominent, reddish-brown, leaves 8.5 by 6.9 cm. Excellent 
winter hardiness and spring vigor. Resistant to Dutch elm disease. 

313985. G 14631. Line 148. Ulmus hollandica 'Vegeta' X (Ulmus 
carpinifolia X plotii) . Tree erect, much branched, leafy, leaves glossy, 
7.8 by 6.7 cm. Slightly susceptible to Dutch elm disease. 

313986 to 313991. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by the Gunson Seeds 
South Africa Limited, Johnannesburg. Received April 29, 1966. 

313986 to 313988. Gossypium hirsutum L. Malvaceae. Upland cotton. 

313986. 'Acala 442\ Barberton Research Station. 

313987. 'Albar 637'. Barberton Research Station. 

313988. 'Cape Acala'. Upington Research Station. 

313989. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 
'Kapel 2106'. Barberton Research Station. 

313990. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

'Loco B.5160'. Barberton Research Station. 



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129 



313986 to 313991— Continued 

313991. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

'Muka A.7215'. Barberton Research Station. 

313992. Encephalartos sp. Cycadaceae. 

From Dahomey. Plant collected by Llewelyn Williams, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Apri 29, 1966. 

Collected at Cotonou. 

313993 to 314045. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction 
Officer. Grown at Rietondale Research Station, Pretoria. Received 
April 29, 1966. 

313993 and 313994. Eragrostis atherstonei Stapf Gramineae. 

313993. B/53/299. Pretoria. 

313994. B/53/303. Viljoenskroon. 

313995. Eragrostis capensis (Thunb.) Trin. 
B/50/20. Piketberg. 

313996. Eragrostis chalcantha Trin. 
B/53/31. Piketberg. 

313997. Eragrostis chloromelas Steud. Boer lovegrass. 
U/57/226. Gunson London. 



313998 to 314012. 



Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees 

Weeping lovegrass. 



313998. 


B/50/65(a). Malmesburg. 


313999. 


B/50/67. Hendrina. 


314000. 


B/51/66. Basoetoeland. 


314001. 


B/ 52/49. Zebra Park. 


314002. 


B/52/119. Langebaanweg. 


314003. 


B/52/143. Caledon. 


314004. 


B/53/12. Mokhotlong. 1956. 


314005. 


B/53/12. Mokhotlong. 1958. 


314006. 


B/53/16. Maseru. 


314007. 


B/53/38. Koelenhof. 


314008. 


B/53/40. Piketberg. 


314009. 


B/53/43. Constantia. 


314010. 


B/53/47. Uielgeualhen. 


314011. 


B/53/50. Mitchell's pass. 


314012. 


B/53/51. Paarl. 


314013. Eragrostis curvula var. conferta Nees 


B/53/54 


. Rhodes fruit farm. 


314014 to 314018. Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees 


314014. 


B/53/56. Paneel. 


314015. 


B/53/59. Simondium. 



Weeping lovegrass. 



130 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



313993 to 314045— Continued 
314014 to 314018— Continued 

314016. B/53/63. Bothashalt. 

314017. B/53/64. Constantia. 

314018. B/53/65. Winkelhaak. 
314019. Eragrotis curvula var. conferta Nees 

B/53/68. Rhodes fruit farm. 
314020 to 314038. Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees 



Weeping lovegrass. 



314020. B/53/123. 

314021. B/53/127. 

314022. B/53/139. 

314023. B/53/156. 

314024. B/53/261. 

314025. B/53/263. 

314026. B/53/265. 

314027. B/53/267. 

314028. B/53/270. 

314029. B/54/9. 

314030. B/54/13. 

314031. B/54/30. 

314032. B/54/36. 

314033. B/55/11. 

314034. B/56/27. 

314035. B/57/118. 

314036. B/58/71. 

314037. B/63/21. 

314038. B/57/227. 

314039. Eragrostis echinochloidea Stapf. 
B/50/12. Upington. 

314040. Eragrostis feruginea (Thunb.) Beauv. 
U/57/205. Mashima, Japan. 

314041. Eragrostis lehamnniana Nees 
B/52/37. Oorlogspoort. 

314042. Eragrostis robusta Stent 
B/53/52(a). Helshoogte. 

314043. Eragrostis sarmentosa (Shunb.) Trin. 
B/52/54. De Dooms. 

314044. Eragrostis subulata Nees 
B/53/260. Diep Rivier. 

314045. Eragrostis superba Peyr. 
B/52/9. Northam. 



Bien Donne. 

Loch Liebn. 

Ermelo. 

City Deep Myn. 

Begraafplaas. 

Dr. Kriek. 

Schagen. 

Northam. 

Wassenaar. 
Sterkstroom. 
Burgersdorf. 
Tabamhlape. 
Middelburg. 
Fouriesburg. 
Dohne. 

Schagen. 
Witbank. 
Middelburg. 

Tanganyika. 



Korean lovegrass. 
Lehmann lovegrass. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 131 

314046 and 314047. Humulus lupulus L. Moraceae. 

Common hop. 

From Australia. Cuttings presented by the Carlton and United Breweries 
Limited. Received May 2, 1966. 

314046. Tride of Ringwood'. Late maturing; alpha acid analysis over ten 
percent. Originated from cross between Tride of Kent' and local male 
type. No record of downy mildew. 

314047. 'Ringwood Special'. Early maturing; alpha acid analysis around 
8 percent. High yielder. Originated from cross between Fuggle and 
Cluster male. No record of downy mildew. 

314048. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From Dahomey. Seeds collected by Llewelyn Williams, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Received May 2, 1966. 

Collected in Dassa-Zaume. Small-seeded variety grown in central and 
northern Dahomey. 

314049 to 314052. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction 
Officer, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Re- 
ceived May 2, 1966. 

314049. Gossypium herbaceum L. Malvaceae. Levant cotton. 

B/63/23. Malelane. Eastern Transvaal. 

314050 to 314052. Gossypium herbaceum var. africanum (Watt) Hutch. 
& Ghose. 

314050. B/63/6. Barberton Research Station: Eastern Transvaal. 

314051. B/63/17. Hoedspruit — Johkmansspruit. Eastern Transvaal. 
Very hard seed coat. 

314052. M/66/193. Groblersdal Marblehall. Eastern Transvaal. 

314053. PUNICA GRANATUM L. Punicaceae. Pomegranate. 

From Afghanistan. Seeds presented by the United States Agency for In- 
ternational Development, Kabul. Received May 4, 1966. 

From Kandahar. 
314054 to 314125. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Stavropol 
Sheep and Goat Breeding Institute and the Stavropol Botanic Garden, 
Stavropol. Numbered May 3, 1966. 

314054. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. Gramineae. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

No. 10. Rostov state. 

314055. Agropyron pseudorepens Scribn. & Sm. 
No. 11. Uzbekistan. 

314056 and 314057. Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) Beauv. 

Siberian wheatgrass. 

314056. No. 7. Eastern dry (sandy) parts of North Caucasus. 

314057. No. 8. Near Stavropol, Beshpazir village. 
314058. Agropyron stipifolium Czern. 

No. 9. Maikop Experiment Station, Krasnodar. 



132 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314054 to 314125— Continued 

314059. Astragalus asper Jacq. Leguminosae. 
No. 32. Near Stavropol ( Shatyr-Kurgan hill). 
314060 and 314061. Astragalus demetrii Charadze 

314060. No. 33. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314061. No. 34. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, Isprannaya 
village. 

314062. Astragalus falcatus Lam. 
No. 35. Georgia. 

314063. Astragalus galegiformis L. 

No. 36. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, Pregradnaya village. 
314064 and 314065. Astragalus interpositus A. Boriss. 

314064. No. 28. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, Isprannaya 
village. 

314065. No. 29. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, Isprannaya 
village. 

314066. Astragalus lasioglottis Stev. in Bieb. 
No. 37. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314067. Astragalus onobrychis L. 
No. 38. Near Stavropol. 

314068. Astragalus pallescens Bieb. 
No. 30. Moldavia. 

314069. Astragalus ponticus Pall. 
No. 31. Alma Ata Botanic Garden. 

314070. Briza media L. Gramineae. 

No. 73. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, Isprannaya village. 

314071. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. Smooth bromegrass. 
No. 12. Near Stavropol. 

314072. Bromus riparius Rehm. 

No. 13. Stavropol dry steppes, Isptoro village. 

314073. Calophaca wolgarica (L. f.) Fisch. Leguminosae. 
No. 70. 

314074. Crambe cordifolia Stev. Cruciferae. 
No. 5. Pyatigorst region. 

314075. Crambe juncea Bieb. 

No. 2. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus, near Pyatigorsk. 
314076 and 314077. Crambe tatarica Jacq. 

314076. No. 1. Near Stavropol. 

314077. No. 4. Near Rostov. 

314078. Crambe sp. 
No. 3. Moldavia. 

314079. Crambe sp. 

No. 6. Pre-mountain region of the Caucasus. 



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314054 to 314125— Continued 

314080. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

No. 18. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314081. Dactylis voronovii Ovcz. 
No. 19. Southwestern Turkmenia. 

314082. Elymus junceus Fisch. Gramineae. Russian wildrye. 
No. 76. Rostov Botanical Garden. 

314083. Festuca arenaria Lam. Gramineae. 
No. 51. Leningrad. 

314084. Festuca djimilensis Boiss. & Bal. 

No. 52. High mountain regions of Central Caucasus. 

314085. Festuca sabulosa H. Lindberg 
No. 55. Leningrad. 

314086. Festuca sclerophylla Boiss. 

No. 54. Pre-mountains of North Caucasus. Karachy. 

314087. Festuca sulcata (Hack.) Beck 
No. 53. Manych lake. 

314088. Hedysarum argenteum Bieb. Leguminosae. 
No. 72. 

314089. Hedysarum hedysaroides (L.) Schinz & Thell. 
No. 68. Sub-alpine meadows of North Caucasus. 

314090. Lotus caucasacus Kuprian. Leguminosae. 
No. 15. Near Stavropol. 

314091. Lotus frondosus Freyn. 

No. 14. East central part of Stavropol state. 

314092. Medicago falcata L. Leguminosae. 

No. 16. Pre-mountain regions of North Caucasus. 

314093. Medicago sp. 

No. 17. Near Stavropol. 

314094. Melilotus taurica (Bieb.) Seringe Leguminosae. 
No. 25. Leningrad Botanical Institute. 

314095. Melilotus wolgica Poir. 
No. 26. Voronesh Botanical Garden. 

314096. Melilotus sp. 
No. 24. Near Black Sea. 

314097 and 314098. Onobrychis transcaucasica Grossh. Leguminosae. 

314097. No. 20. Kubansky-3 strain. 

314098. No. 21. Kubanskii-3. 

314099. Onobrychis sp. 

No. 22. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus and Armenia. 

314100. Onobrychis sintenisii J. Bornm. 
No. 23. 



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Gramineae. Ricegrass. 



Reed canarygrass. 



Rockery range. 

Small burnet. 



314054 to 314125— Continued 

314101. Oryzopsis holciformis (Bieb.) Hack. 
No. 71. Leningrad Botanical Garden. 

314102. Phalaris arundinacea L. Gramineae. 
No. 75. East of Stavropol. 

314103. Poa longifolia Trin. Gramineae. 
No. 67. Pre-mountain regions of North Caucasus 

314104. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. 
No. 74. Near Stavropol. 

314105. Sesleria heufleriana Schur Gramineae. 
No. 69. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314106 and 314107. Stipa capillata L. Gramineae. 

314106. No. 56. Central and western parts of Stavropol State. 

314107. No. 65. Manych Lake. 

314108. Stipa dasyphylla Czern. ex Trautv. 
No. 57. Near Stavropol. Nednemannaya hill. 

314109. Stipa joannis Celak. 
No. 62. Near Stavropol. 

314110 and 314111. Stipa pennata L. 
Near Stavropol. 
Near Stavropol. 



314110. No. 59. 

314111. No. 61. 
314112 and 314113. 



Stipa pennata var. lessingiana (Tr. & Rupr.) 

Richter 



314112. No. 63. Stavropol. 

314113. No. 64. Stavropol. 

314114. Stipa ucrainica P. Smirnow 
No. 58. Near Stavropol. 

314115. Stipa sp. 

No. 60. Near Stavropol. 

314116. Trifolium alpestre L. Leguminosae. 
No. 43. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314117. Trifolium apertum Bobr. 
No. 44. Near Stavropol. 

314118. Trifolium fragiferum L. 
No. 48. Near Stavropol. 

314119. Trifolium hybridum L. 
No. 46. 

314120. Trifolium montanum L. 
No. 47. Near Stavropol. 

314121. Trifolium pannonicum Jacq. 

No. 45. Pre-mountain region of North Caucasus. 

314122. Trifolium repens L. 

No. 49. Near Stavropol. Strighament hill. 



Purple globe clover. 



Strawberry clover. 



Alsike clover. 



White clover. 



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314054 to 314125— Continued 

314123. Trifolium rubens L. 

No. 50. Moscow Botanical Garden. 

314124. Vicia pisiformis L. Leguminosae. 
No. 41. Moldavia. 

314125. Vicia tenuifolia Roth 

No. 42. Near Stavropol. 

314126 and 314127. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. 

Potato. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Tubers presented by the All 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received May 4, 1966. 

314126. 'Stolovyi 19'. Middle late, resistant to late blight. 

314127. 'Veselovskij'. Middle early, resistant to late blight. Gene 
formula reported to be Rl, R3, R4. 

314128 to 314136. 

From Bolivia. Seeds and plants collected by D. H. Timothy, North Carolina 
State University, Raleigh, N. C. Received May 4, 1966. 

314128. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

Col. No. 199. 'Algodon'. Beni, Reyes. (Seeds). 
314129 to 314136. Tripsacum australe Cutler & Anders. Gramineae. 

314129. Col. No. 195. 'Cortadera'. On road to Rurrenabaque, 3 km. 
west of airport in unpopulated area of Casar, Beni, Reyes. Plants 3 
to 4 meters high. (Plants). 

314130. Col. No. 195. 'Cortadera'. On road to Rurrenabaque, 3 km. 
west of airport in unpopulated area of Casar, Beni, Reyes. (Seed). 

314131. Col. No. 196. 'Cortadera'. Across swamp at south end of 
landing strip at edge of Isla de Payache, Beni, Reyes. (Plant). 

314132. Col. No. 196. 'Cortadera'. Across swamp at south end of 
landing strip at edge of Isla de Payache, Beni, Reyes. (Seed). 

314133. Col. No. 197. 'Cortadera'. One km. south of house called 
puesta or estancia San Jose, 2 km. southeast from Punto Cuatro. 
(Plant). 

314134. Col. No. 197. 'Cortadera'. One km. south of house called 
puesta or estancia San Jose, 2 km. southeast from Punto Cuatro. 
(Seed.) 

314135. Col. No. 198. Twenty five km. east of Reyes on way to San 
Borja. (Plant.) 

314136. Col. No. 198. Twenty five km. east of Reyes on way to San 
Borja. (Seed.) 

314137. Brassica napus L. Cruciferae. Rape. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by Canada Department of Agriculture, Re- 
search Branch, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Received May 5, 1966. 

SZ62-11. Zero erucic acid strain. 

314138 to 314771. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds collected by agricultural 
explorers Quentin Jones and Wesley Keller, Crops Research Division, 
Beltsville, Md. Numbered May 9, 1966. 

From the vicinity of Samarkand, Uzbeckistan. 



136 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314138. Aegilops sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 7. Dry hill slopes of Ulugbek Observatory. Low annual, to 6 
inches high. 

314139. Aeluropus littoralis (Gouan) Pari. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 31. Edge of clayey desert flat about 90 km. north of Galia-Aral. 
Rhizomatous grass, ascending culms to 10 inches high. 

314140. Agropyron trichophorum (Link) Richt. Gramineae. 

Stiffhair wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 18. Fertile swale 20 km. south of Galia-Aral. Rhizomatous 
perennial, culms to 24 inches high. Basal leaves clustered, decumbent. 

314141. Astragalus filicaulis Fisch. & Mey. ex Ledeb. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 11. Edge of cultivated field 15 km. south of Samarkand near 
fruit research station. Annual, small, fine leaved, to 4 inches high. 
Usually with single fruiting head of 3 to 6 pods. 

314142. Astragalus filicaulis Fisch. & Mey. 

Col. No. 8. Dry hill slopes near Ulugbek Observatory. Annual, small, 
fine leaved, to 4 inches high. Usually with single fruiting head of 3 to 6 
pods. 

314143. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 24. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory 
on very dry hills. Low annual, to 6 inches high with 1 to 4 pods. 

314144. Bromus severtzovii Regel. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 28. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory 
on dry slopes. Low annual, to 6 inches high under dry conditions; to 18 
inches high with favorable moisture. 

314145. Caragana sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 19. Galia-Aral. Shelter belt near Arid Crops Research Center 
headquarters. Dense bush to 7 feet high; branches wandlike; racemes 
long. 

314146. Carex pachystylis Gay Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. 10. Near Fruit Research Station 15 km. south of Samarkand. 
Low perennial, to 6 inches high; single culm and usually a single spikelet. 
Basal cluster of 3 leaves. 

314147. Carex sp. 

Col. No. 9. Dry hill slopes near Ulugbek Observatory. Low perennial, 
to 6 inches high; single culm and usually a single spikelet. Basal cluster 
of 3 leaves. 

314148. Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucurbitaceae. 

Watermelon. 

Col. No. 3. 'Mozaic'. Market in Samarkand. Locally grown. Dark and 
light green striped fruit; elongate. 

314149 and 314150. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. Muskmelon. 

314149. Col No. 2. 'Gulabi'. Market in Samarkand. Locally grown. 
Flesh thick, sweet, aromatic. 

314150. Col. No. 4. 'Ak-Navat'. Market in Samarkand. Locally 
grown. Fruit smaller than 'Gulabi'. 

314151. Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Herit. Geraniaceae. Alfileria. 

Col. No. 27. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory on 
dry slopes. Small annual to 4 inches high with 2 to 8 fruits. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 137 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314152. Heteranthelium sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 23. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory on 
dry slopes. Low annual to 8 inches high. Spikelets mature, purplish. 
Seeds large. 

314153. Hypecoum trilobum Trautv. Papaveraceae. 

Col. No. 12. Near Fruit Research Station 15 km. south of Samarkand. 
Annual to 16 inches high; flowers yellow; leaves pale green; capsules 
arched, to 3 inches long. 

314154. Lactuca sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 26. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory 
on dry knobs. Low branching annual to 4 inches high. Plants glaucous 
with purplish cast; 2 to 6 heads. 

314155. Vicia peregrina L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 16. Dry hills along Zeravshan River valley, Tadjikistan, 65 
km. southeast of Samarkand. Annual to 12 inches high, somewhat viny; 
leaflets 2-3 mm. wide, 15-20 mm. long. 

314156. Medicago minima (L.) Gruf berg ex L. Leguminosae. 

Little medic. 

Col. No. 13. Dry hills along Zeravshan River valley, Tadjikistan, 65 km. 
southeast of Samarkand. Small annual to 4 inches high; pods 1 to 3 per 
plant. 

314157. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 
Col. No. 5. 'Lucerne'. Market in Sama. 

314158. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 14. Dry hills along Zeravshan River valley, Tadjikistan, 65 km. 
southeast of Samarkand. Annual to 7 inches high; pods 2 to 4 per plant. 

314159. Onobrychis zontsharovii Voss. vel aff. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 15. Dry hills along Zeravshan River valley, Tadjikistan, 65 km. 
southeast of Samarkand. Annual, slender branching, to 14 inches high; 
terminal raceme of 3-8 pods. 

314160. Onobrychis sp. 

Col. No. 17. Moist swale 20 km. south of Galia-Aral. Branching annual 
to 16 inches high; long racemes of pods. Stems fine, leafy. 

314161. Onobrychis micrantha Schrenk. in Fisch. & Mey. 

Col. No. 25. Seven km. east of Samarkand, near Ulugbek Observatory on 
dry hills. Recumbent annual; leaves 2-5 inches high; flowering spikes 3-8 
inches long, reclining on ground; fruits spiny margined 

314162 to 314164. Poa BULBOSA L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 

314162. Col. No. 1. Dry hills surrounding Ulugbek Observatory to 12 
inches high; panicles large, compact. 

314163. Col. No. 29. Near Non-Irrigated Crops Research Center, Galia- 
Aral. Bulbils from single early maturing plant, to 30 inches high; 
viviparous. 

314164. Col. No. 30. Near Non-Irrigated Crops Research Center, Galia- 
Aral. Bulk sample from several robust plants, early maturing, to 30 
inches high ; viviparous. 

314165. Prunus SPINOSA L. Rosaceae. Blackthorn. 

Col. No. 20. Galia-Aral. Shelterbelt near Arid Crop Research Center 
headquarters. Shrub, spiny, many branched; to 8 feet high. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314166. Prunus sp. 

Col. No. 21. Galia-Aral. Shelterbelt near Arid Crops Research Center 
headquarters. Shrub, branchy, to 10 feet high. Not spiny. Fruit larger 
than Col. No. 20. (P.I. 314165) . 

314167. Robinia fseudoacacia L. Leguminosae. Black locust. 

Col. No. 22. Galia-Aral. Shelterbelt near Arid Crops Research Center 
headquarters. Small tree; to 25 feet high. Pods retained from one year 
to next. 



314168. Sitanion sp. Gramineae. 

Dry slopes of Ulugbek Observatory. 



Low annual to 8 inches 



Col. No. 6 
high. 

From the vicinity of Dushanbe, Tadjikistan. 

314169. Carex turkestanica Regel. Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. 34. Thirty-five km. east of Dushanbe, 
high; fine stemmed and basal leaves. 

314170. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. 
Col. No. 37. Market in Dushanbe. 

314171. Onobrychis sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 32. Forty-five km. south of Dushanbe, 
18 inches high; racemes long, strict. 

314172 and 314173. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. 

314172. Col. No. 33 
inches high. 

314173. Col. No. 35. Thirty-five km. east of Dushanbe, 
inches high, many showing pronounced vivipary. 

314174. Poa silvicola Guss. 

Sixty-five km. east of Dushanbe. Fine stemmed, robust, to 



Perennial, to 16 inches 
Muskmelon. 

Annual, branching, to 

Bulbous bluegrass. 

Forty-five km. south of Dushanbe. Culms, to 14 

Plants, to 16 



Perennial grass, 



Col. No. 36. 
30 inches high. 

From the vicinity of Fergana, Uzbekistan. 

314175. Aristida plumosa L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 54. Sandy desert, 50 km. north of Fergana, 
bunch type, thriving under very arid conditions. 

314176. Calligonum caput-medusae Schrenk Polygonaceae. 

Col. No. 52. Sand dunes in desert, 50 km. north of Fergana. Somewhat 
larger than P.I. 314177 but similar in habit. Fruiting bracts purplish. 

314177. Calligonum setosum Litv. Polygonaceae. 

Col. No. 51. Sand dunes in desert, 50 km. north of Fergana. Highly 
branched shrub to 1 meter high; yellowish fruiting bracts. 

314178. Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucurbitaceae. 

Watermelon. 

Col. No. 55. Market in Fergana. 
314179 and 314180. Cucumis melo L. 

314179. Col. No. 56. 'Shakar-palak'. 

314180. Col. No. 57. 'Kara-Kavun'. 
314181. Prunus armeniaca L. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 58. Market in Fergana. Early. 



Cucurbitaceae. 
Market in Fergana. 
Market in Fergana. 



Muskmelon. 



Apricot. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314182. Tournefortia sp. Boraginaceae. 

Col. No. 53. Sand dunes in desert, 50 km. north of Fergana. Semi- 
shrubby perennial, to 2 feet high; numerous fruiting spikes. 

From the vicinity of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 

314183. Acer sp. Aceraceae. 

Col. No. 75. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Tree to 25 feet high with 
coarsely dentate but unlobed leaves. 

314184. Acer sp. 

Col. No. 528. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. Small tree to 30 feet high with coriaceous, tri-lobed 
leaves. 

314185. Aegilops cylindrica Host Gramineae. Jointed goatgrass. 

Col. No. 65. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. from 
Tashkent. 

314186. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. 

Crested wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 589. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Plants to 30 inches high. 

314187. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. 

Standard wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 558. Forestry Station at Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 

314188. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 551. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 

314189 to 314193. Agropyron trichophorum (Link) Richt. 

Stiffhair wheatgrass. 

314189. Col. No. 532. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Moun- 
tains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314190. Col. No. 542. Canyon on west side of Chir Chik River, Bostondik 
Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314191. Col. No. 545. Hills above Chik Chik River, Bostondik Moun- 
tains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314192. Col. No. 559. Forestrv Station at Sukok, 60 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314193. Col. No. 584. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314194. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 537. Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. northeast 
of Tashkent. Stiff, narrow spikes, short-awned. 

314195. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 541. Canyon on west side of Chir Chik River, Bostondik 
Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Nodding spikes. 

314196. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 568. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Short-beared spikelets. 

314197. Agropyron sp 

Col. No. 590. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. To 
4 feet high. 



140 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314198. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 592. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314199. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 601. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. To 
4 feet high ; beardless, narrow spike bunchgrass. 

314200. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 607. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314201. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 608. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. To 

4 feet high; short, straight awn. 

314202. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 609. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Slender, beardless spikes. 

314203. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 612. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. To 

5 feet high; awns about 3/4 inch long. 

314204. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 631. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. 

314205. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 640. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Bearded bunchgrass. 

314206. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 641. New Section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Beardless bunchgrass; slender spike. 

314207. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 642. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Nodding spikes; awned; very leafy. 

314208. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 645. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Beardless bunchgrass. 

314209. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 646. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314210. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 648. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Bearded spike. 

314211. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 659. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. 

314212. Allium sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. 573. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314213. Amorpha sp. Leguminosae. 

_ Col. No. 71. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Shrub to 8 feet high with odd 
pinnate leaves, purplish-blue flowers. 



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314214. Amygdalus sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 637. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Thornless shrub about 3 feet high. 

314215. Andropogon sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 553. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 

314216. Astragalus sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 38. Hills above Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Perennial, low, 
many stemmed, with short, dense racemes of inflated calices enclosing small, 
one seed pod. 

314217. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 540. Hillside above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 
km. northeast of Tashkent. Perennial with woody caudex; decumbent, 
branches 4 feet or more long. 

From the vicinity of Fergana, Uzbekistan. 

314218. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 562. Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 

314219. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 565. Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. Leaves 
and leaflets spine tipped; inflorescence a dense, tufted spike; ovaries tufted. 

314220. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 570. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Shrub to 3 feet high with odd-pinnate leaves, 11 to 15 leaflets. 

314221. Astragalus corrugatus Bert. 

Col. No. 603. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314222. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 613. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Four feet high. Pods scattered on leafy stem ; many stems from caudex. 

314223. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 657. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Perennial herb to 3 feet high. 

314224. Atraphaxis sp. Polygonaceae. 

Col. No. 567. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Shrub to 15 meters high; leaves light green, ovate, about 1.5 inches long, 
prominently veined. 

314225. Atraphaxis sp. 

Col. No. 576. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Shrub to 6 feet high; leaves glaucous, ovate, to 1 inch long; veins 
inconspicuous. 

314226. Atraphaxis sp. 

Col. No. 633. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Shrub to 4 feet high. 

314227. Betula pendula Roth Betulaceae. 

Col. No. 78. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Tree to 35 feet high, white 
bark. 

314228. Betula sp. 

Col. No. 618. Two km. west of new section of Reserve, Chatkal 
Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. Tree to 50 feet high. 



142 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314229. Bromus scoparius L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 61. Tashkent Cemetery, Tashkent. Annual in dense clumps to 
10 inches high. 

314230. Bromus japonicus Thunb. 

Col. No. 72. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Low annual, weedy type, to 
14 inches high with divergent awns. 

314231. Bromus japonicus Thunb. 

Col. No. 73. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Annual, slightly taller than 
P.I. 314230, to 18 inches. Crowns less divergent. 

314232. Bromus oxyodon Schrenk 

Col. No. 557. Forestry Station at Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 
Annual, to 2 feet high; loose, open panicle; awned. 

314233. Carex sp. Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. 41. Hills above Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Elevation 
4,000 feet. Perennial with basal leaves ; flowering scape to 16 inches high ; 
monoecious, male inflorescence above female. 

314234. Ceanothus sp. Rhamnaceae. 

Col. No. 70. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Shrub, to 8 feet high; 
numerous, long, pendant branches. 

314235. Celtis caucasica Willd. Ulmaceae. Hackberry. 

Col. No. 45. Chavlisi Natural Reserve, near Sukok, 65 km. east of Tash- 
kent. Elevation to 6,000 feet. Small tree to 30 feet high. 

314236. Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucurbitaceae. 

Watermelon. 

Col. No. 523. 'Khait Kara'. Central Asian Station of VIR, about 35 km. 
north of Tashkent. 

314237. Cornus iberica Hort. Cornaceae. 

Col. No. 77. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Opposite-leaved shrub to 10 
feet high. 

314238. Cotoneaster sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 81. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Unarmed branching shrub to 
9 feet high. 

314239. Crotalaria juncea L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 524. Central Asian Station of VIR, about 35 km. north of 
Tashkent. To 10 feet high, rather strict with few branches. 

314240 to 314248. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

314240. Col. 59. Tashkent Medical College Compound, Tashkent. 

314241. Col. No. 67. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. 
Tashkent. 

314242. Col. No. 546. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314243. Col. No. 587. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314244. Col. No. 600. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains. 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314245. Col. No. 610. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314246. Col. No. 643. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314240 to 314248— Continued 

314247. Col. No. 644. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314248. Col. No. 650. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314249. Ephedra sp. Gnetaceae. 

Col. No. 571. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
To 6 feet high ; sparsely fruiting. 

314250. Eragrostis sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 554. Along Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 85 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. Annual to 10 inches high. 

314251. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae. Tall fescue. 
Col. No. 581. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314252 and 314253. Festuca pratensis Huds. 

314252. Col. No. 547. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314253. Col. No. 619. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. Awned. 

314254. Festuca sp. 

Col. No. 639. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. 

314255. Glycyrrhiza sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 43. Hills above Shukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Elevation 
4,000 feet. Large perennial herb; numerous long leaves; long fruiting 
racemes. 

314256. Glycyrrhiza sp. 

Col. No. 529. Canyon on west side of Chir Chik River, Bostondik 
Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Perennial herb, to 26 inches 
high ; leaves trifoliate ; pods spiny. 

314257. Hippophae rhamnoides L. Eleagnaceae. 

Col. No. 664. North of Parkent 20 km. Small tree, to 20 feet high; 
heavily laden with orange fruits. 

314258. Hordeum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 74. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Annual to 14 inches high. 

314259. Lathyrus inconspicuus L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 48. Chavlisi Reserve, near Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Ele- 
vation 3,500 feet. Low annual, to 10 inches high; 2 to 6 pods per plant. 
Leaves about 1 inch long, 1/8 inch wide. 

314260. Vicia michauxii Spreng. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 49. Chavlisi Reserve, near Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. 
Elevation 3,500 feet. Low annual, to 10 inches high; narrow leaves, many 
pods. 

314261. Lathyrus sp. 

Col. No. 636. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Flowers bright yellow. 

314262. Lolium sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 525. Along Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. Perennial to 16 inches high; long spikes. 



144 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314263. Lonicera sp. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. 79. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Much-branched shrub to 8 
feet high. 

314264. Lonicera sp. 

Col. No. 80. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Shrub to 10 feet high. Later 
maturing and with smaller fruits than P.I. 314263. 

314265. Medicago lupulina L. Leguminosae. Black medic. 

Col. No. 533. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 

314266 to 314280. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 

314266. Col. No. 521. 'Tashkent blue'. Central Asian Station of VIR, 
about 35 km. north of Tashkent. 

314267. Col. No. 522. Central Asian Station of VIR, about 35 km. north 
of Tashkent. 

314268. Col. No. 534. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Flowers blue; pods several coiled. 

314269. Col. No. 535. Canyon on west side of Chir Chik River, Boston- 
dik Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Pods small, mostly one 
coiled. 

314270. Col. No. 536. Canyon hillside west of Chir Chik River, Boston- 
dik Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Flowers blue; pods 
mostly two coiled. 

314271. Col. No. 555. Along Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 
km. northeast of Tashkent. Flowers blue. 

314272. Col. No. 564. Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 
Flowers blue. 

314273. Col. No. 574. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314274. Col. No. 577. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers blue. 

314275. Col. No. 582. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers purple. 

314276. Col. No. 614. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers blue; ripe pods black. 

314277. Col. No. 620. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314278. Col. No. 622. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314279. Col. No. 652. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314280. Col. No. 656. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. Flowers blue. 

314281. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 596. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Flowers blue. 

314282. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 654. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. Pods falcata-like; no flowers seen. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 145 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314283. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 658. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314284 to 314291. Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam. Leguminosae. 

Yellow sweetclover. 

314284. Col. No. 527. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. To 6 feet high; flowers yellow. 

314285. Col. No. 543. Hillside above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Moun- 
tains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Flowers yellow. 

314286. Col. No. 561. Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 
Flowers yellow. 

314287. Col. No. 569. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314288. Col. No. 579. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers yellow. 

314289. Col. No. 629. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. Flowers white. 

314290. Col. No. 630. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. Flowers yellow. 

314291. Col. No. 649. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. Flowers yellow. 

314292. Onobrychis sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 563. Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. Per- 
ennial, to 30 inches high. 

314293. Oryzopsis sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 595. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
To 3 feet high. Bunchgrass. 

314294. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 602. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314295. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 617. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314296. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 624. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Plant looks like fescue; seed looks like millet. 

314297. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 625. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Probably same as P.I. 314296, but broader leaves carried well 
up stem. Stems to 4 feet high. 

314298. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 647. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east 
of Tashkent. 

314299. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 651. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Dense tuft of fine blue basal leaves. Seeds not fescuelike. 

314300. Phleum pratense L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 549. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 



146 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314301 to 314306. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 

314301. Col. No. 42. Hills above Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. 
Plants robust, to 24 inches high. 

314302. Col. No. 68. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. 
from Tashkent. 

314303. Col. No. 548. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314304. Col. No. 556. Forestry Station at Sukok, 60 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314305. Col. No. 585. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314306. Col. No. 663. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314307. Poa araratica Trautv. 

Col. No. 538. Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. northeast 
of Tashkent. 

314308. Poa cf . nevskii Roshev. 

Col. No. 552. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 

314309. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 572. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314310. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 591. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Rhizomatous. 

314311. Poa araratica Trautv. 

Col. No. 597. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314312. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 605. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314313. Poa sterilis Bieb. 

Col. No. 615. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 

314314. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 634. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314315. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 660. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314316. Rosa canina L. Rosaceae. Dog rose. 

Col. No. 40. Hills above Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Elevation 4,500 
feet. Perennial, thorny rambler, flowers white or yellow. To 3 inches 
across. 

314317. Rosa sp. 

Col. No. 76. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Large brambler, to 18 feet 
across, dense. 

314318. Rumex sp. Polygonaceae. 

Col. No. 46. Chavlisi Reserve near Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. 
Elevation 3,500 feet. Shrub, wide spreading; to 6 feet high, with masses of 
inflorescences; flowering and fruiting bracts pinkish. 



314322. 


Col. 


No. 


566. 


314323. 

kent. 


Col. 


No. 


575. 


314324. 

kent. 


Col. 


No. 


580. 


314325. 

kent. 


Col. 


No. 


611. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314319 to 314327. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 

314319. Col. No. 39. Hills above Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. Ele- 
vation 4,500 feet. Perennial, to 3 feet high; flowering scapes well above 
leafy stems. 

314320. Col. No. 64. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. 
from Tashkent. Plants to 18 inches high with several fruiting scapes. 

314321. Col. No. 530. Canyon on west side of Chir Chik River, Bostondik 
Mountains, 78 km. northeast of Tashkent. Perennial herb to 18 inches 
high; seed retention good. 

Forestry Station, Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 

Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 

Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 

Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 

314326. Col. No. 627. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314327. Col. No. 653. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314328. Sorbus sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. 632. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Small tree, to 15 feet high; trunk 6 inches diameter breast high; 
orange pomes, 5 carpellate, %-inch diameter; thorns on young growth. 

314329. Stipa capillata L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 661. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314330. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 606. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
One foot high ; badly shattered. 

314331. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 623. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Coarse green stems to 3 feet long; compressed panicle; seed 
thresh free of glumes, brown. 

314332. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 628. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314333. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 655. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. 

314334. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 662. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Seed much longer than Stipa capillata; awn half again as long. 

314335. Symphoricarpos sp. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. 82. Botanical Garden, Tashkent. Shrub to 8 feet high with 
glaucous opposite leaves. Fruits snow white, waxy. 

314336. Taeniatherum sp. 

Col. No. 560. Forestry Station at Sukok, 60 km. east of Tashkent. 
Annual. 



148 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314337. Taraxacum kok-saghyz Rodin Compositae. Dandelion. 

Col. No. 62. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. from Tash- 
kent. Perennial to 16 inches high with many scapes bearing large heads. 

314338 to 314341. Trifolium pratense L. Leguminosae. Red clover. 

314338. Col. No. 66. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. 
from Tashkent, 

314339. Col. No. 526. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314340. Col. No. 578. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314341. Col. No. 621. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 
km. east of Tashkent. 

314342 to 314346. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

314342. Col. No. 63. VIR Central Asian Experiment Station, 26 km. 
from Tashkent. 

314343. Col. No. 550. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 
78 km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314344. Col. No. 583. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314345. Col. No. 604. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314346. Col. No. 616. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tash- 
kent. 

314347. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 544. Hills above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 km. 
northeast of Tashkent. 

314348. Tulipa sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. 539. Hillside above Chir Chik River, Bostondik Mountains, 78 
km. northeast of Tashkent. 

314349. Vicia sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 635. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers purple, in dense racemes. 

314350. Vicia cracca L. Cow vetch. 

Col. No. 638. New section of Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of 
Tashkent. Flowers purple, in dense racemes. 

314351. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 47. Chavlisi Reserve near Sukok, 65 km. east of Tashkent. 
Elevation 3,500 feet. Annual or winter annual with deep taproot; branch- 
ing, somewhat viny. 

314352. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 593. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Perennial, low spreading, to 1 foot high; very leafy. Pods ovate to nearly 
orbicular, V 2 to % inch long. 

314353. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 594. Reserve, Chatkal Mountains, 70 km. east of Tashkent. 
Perennial, low, spreading, to 1 foot high; very leafy. Pods ovate to nearly 
orbicular, V 2 to % inch long, some much larger. 

From the vicinity of Stavropol. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314354 and 314355. Alopecurus pratensis L. Gramineae. 

Meadow foxtail. 

314354. Col. No. 99. Lake Manich, western shore, 220 km. northeast of 
Stavropol. Perennial bunch former; culms to 30 inches high. 

314355. Col. No. 124. East of Lake Manich near the Canal, Stavropol. 
Perennial to 30 inches high. 

314356. Alopecurus ventricosus (Gouan) Huds. 

Col. No. 115. Near New Maria Village, 30 km. west of Stavropol. Tall 
perennial, to 45 inches high. 

314357. Astragalus calycinus Bieb. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 128. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. Low, recumbent 
perennial; abundant bladdery pods on dense spikes; bladders white, 5 to 7 
cm. diameter. 

314358. Astragalus longiflorus Pall. 

Col. No. 137. Forestry Experiment Station near Achikulak. Perennial 
to 14 inches high, flowers borne on dense spikes. 

314359. Astragalus onobrychis L. 

Col. No. 135. Forestry Experiment Station near Achikulak. Low peren- 
nial, to 10 inches high, pods borne at base of leaves. 

314360. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 130. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. Low, recum- 
bent perennial; pods 1 inch long, acute tipped, borne on root crown at sur- 
face of ground. 

314361. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 131. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. Low perennial 
with fine upright leaves; pods to 1 inch diameter, large, bladdery, borne at 
base of plant. 

314362 and 314363. Bromus riparius Rehm. Gramineae. 

314362. Col. No. 84. Forty-five km. northeast of Stavropol. Perennial 
to 2 feet high. 

314363. Col. No. 114. Nedremannaya Hill, 20 km. southwest of Stavro- 
pol. Perennial to 2 feet high. 

314364. Bromus squarrosus L. 

Col. No. 119. Southern shore of eastern end of Lake Manich. Low an- 
nual, to 8 inches high. 

314365. Carex bordzilowskii Krecz. Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. 110. Nedremannaya Hill, 20 km. southwest of Stavropol. 
Perennial to 12 inches high with female spikes below male. 

314366. Carex verna Chaix ex Vill. 

Col. No. 98. Lake Manich, western shore, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Perennial to 14 inches high. 

314367. Catabrosa aquatica Beauv. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 116. Near New Maria Village, 30 km. west of Stavropol. Tall 
perennial with plumose panicles. 

314368. Eremopyrum orientale (L.) Jaub. & Spach Gramineae. 

Col. No. 92. On way to Lake Manich, 180 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Low annual, to 8 inches high, with large caryopses. 



150 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314369. Eremopyrum prostratum Podpera 

Col. No. 91. On way to Lake Manich, 180 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Annual to 10 inches high; spikes resembling crested wheatgrass. 

314370. Erodium cicutarium (L.) L'Herit Geraniaceae. Alfileria. 

Col. No. 105. Near Tatarka Village, 10 km. south of Stavropol. Robust, 
leafy plant, to 14 inches high. 

314371. Erodium stevenii Bieb. 

Col. No. 111. Nedremannaya Hill, 20 km. southwest of Stavropol. 
Spreading perennial, leafy, to 8 inches high. 

314372 to 314375. Festuca sulcata Hack. Gramineae. 

314372. Col. No. 85. Fifty-five km. northeast of Stavropol. Perennial 
to 14 inches high. Fine stemmed; basal cluster of glaucous, wiry leaves. 

314373. Col. No. 88. On way to Lake Manich, 180 km. northeast of 
Stavropol. To 12 inches high. 

314374. Col. No. 112. Nedremannaya Hill, 20 km. southwest of Stavro- 
pol. Perennial, bunch forming; fine leaves and stems; stems to 14 
inches high. 

314375. Col. No. 127. East of Lake Manich near canal. Perennial, 
bunch type, to 14 inches high. 

314376. Iris pumiia L. Iridaceae. 

Col. No. 102. Island in Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Rhizomatous, fruit on short stalks not exserted beyond the leaves. Flower 
color ranges from white through reds, blues, purples, and variegated. 

314377 to 314379. Koeleria gracilis Pers. Gramineae. 

314377. Col. No. 83. Forty-five km. northeast of Stavropol. Perennial 
to 16 inches high, fine stemmed. 

314378. Col. No. 87. On way to Lake Manich, 180 km. northeast of 
Stavropol. To 14 inches high. 

314379. Col. No. 122. East of Lake Manich near canal. Perennial, to 
16 inches high, in clumps. 

314380 and 314381. Linum austriacum L. Linaceae. Austrian flax. 

314380. Col. No. 106. Near Tatarka Village, 10 km. south of Stavropol. 
Annual to 26 inches high. Erect, mostly single stemmed. 

314381. Col. No. 129. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. An- 
nual to 30 inches high. Fruits abundant. 

314382. Medicago minima (L.) Grufberg ex L. Leguminosae. 

Little medic. 

Col. No. 117. Near New Maria Village, 20 km. west of Stavropol. Ap- 
pressed annual ; fruits many. 

314383. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 118. Near New Maria Village, 20 km. west of Stavropol. Low, 
leafy, to 9 inches high. 

314384. Medicago sativa L. 

Col. No. 139. 'Slavenskaya'. Stavropol Agricultural Research Institute. 
Highly uniform. 

314385. Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam. Leguminosae. 

Yellow sweetclover. 

Col. No. 104. Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 



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314386. Melilotus polonica (L.) Desr. 

Col. No. 138. Achikulak, Stavropol. Biennial to 2 meters high. 

314387. Muscari racemosum (L.) Mill. Liliaceae. Grape-hyacinth. 

Col. No. 107. Experimental Farm No. 5 of Sheep and Goat Breeding 
Institute, 40 km. east of Stavropol. Perennial, early spring flowering. 
Native. 

314388. Papaver dubium L. Papaveraceae. 

Col. No. 132. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. Annual to 16 
inches high; stiffly erect, several branches; flowers orange red. 

314399. Phleum paniculatum Huds. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 134. Near spillway of large canal to Manich, eastern Stavropol. 
Low annual, to 10 inches high. 

314390. Poa angustifolia L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 90. On road to Lake Manich, 180 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Perennial, clums to 2 feet high. 

314391 to 314393. Poa bulbosa L. Bulbous bluegrass. 

314391. Col. No. 86. Fifty-five km. northeast of Stavropol. Annual to 
16 inches high. 

314392. Col. No. 108. Experimental Farm No. 5 of Sheep and Goat 
Breeding Institute, 40 km. east of Stavropol. 

314393. Col. No. 126. East of Lake Manich near canal. Plants to 14 
inches high. 

314394. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 

Col. No. 113. Nedremannaya Hill, 20 km. southwest of Stavropol. Per- 
ennial, to 14 inches high; leafy. 

314395. Stipa pennata lessingiana (Tr. & Rupr.) Richter Gramineae. 

Col. No. 89. On road to Lake Manich, between Djulgar and Kievka, 180 
km. northeast of Stavropol. Dense bunch perennial, to 18 inches high. 
Seeds and awns much shorter than Stipa ucrainica. 

314396. Stipa ucrainica P. Smirnow 

Col. No. 94. Western shore of Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stav- 
ropol. Perennial, bunch type, to 18 inches high; seed awned, to 12 inches 
long. 

314397. Trifolium paryiflorum Ehrh. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 95. Western side of Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stav- 
ropol. Low annual, to 7 inches high. 

314398. Trigonella caerulescens Halacsy Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 136. Forestry Experiment Station near Achikulak. Low an- 
nual, to 12 inches high; pods on strictly upright stems. 

314399 and 314400. Tulipa biebersteiniana Schult. f. Liliaceae. 

314399. Col. No. 121. East of Lake Manich near canal. Perennial, to 
12 inches high; flowers bright red, in April. 

314400. Col. No. 133. Chogri Ravine, eastern part of Stavropol. Plants 
to 10 inches high; capsules larger than those seen at Lake Manich. 

314401. Tulipa schrenkii Regel 

Col. No. 103. Island in Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Short-stalked tulip; flowers large, brilliantly colored. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314402. Vicia hirsuta (L.) S. F. Gray Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 96. Western shore Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Low annual, to 8 inches high. 

314403. Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Moench. 

Col. No. 101. Western shore Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavro- 
pol. Small, spindly annual to 10 inches high. 

314404. Vicia villosa Roth Leguminosae. Hairy vetch. 

Col. No. 100. Western shore Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavro- 
pol. Annual, spindly to 18 inches high. 

314405. (Undetermined.) Gramineae. 

Col. No. 97. Western shore Lake Manich, 220 km. northeast of Stavropol. 
Tribe Aveneae. Low annual, to 11 inches high. From the vicinity of 
Georgia. 

314406. Aegilops cylindrica Host Gramineae. Jointed goatgrass. 
Col. No. 147. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. 

314407. Aegilops triuncialis L. Barb goatgrass. 

Col. No. 148. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Annual, to 10 inches high; awns 
divergent at maturity; spiklets not readily disarticulating. 

314408 and 314409. Anthyllis caucasica (Grossh.) Juz. Leguminosae. 

314408. Col. No. 155. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial; leaves pin- 
nate with 5 lunear lobes. 

314409. Col. No. 191. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial, low, erect; 1 to 3 terminal heads of lowers; calyces 
white, corolla remants rusty brown. Leaves 5, pinnate. 

314410. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Preal Gramineae. Tall oatgrass. 

Col. No. 145. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, to 3 feet high; shat- 
tering some after ripening. 

314411. Artemisia sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 220. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Perennial, caespi- 
tose, mat forming, silvery leaved. Fruiting spikes to 10 inches high. 

314412. Asperula sp. Rubiaceae. 

Col. No. 166. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Low annual, to 8 inches high; 
cottony fruiting heads. 

314413 to 314415. Astragalus brachycarpus Bieb. Leguminosae. 

314413. Col. No. 172. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Low perennial with 
basal leaves and upright flowering spikes. To 8 inches high. 

314414. Col. No. 178. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Low 
annual with erect fruiting spikes to 8 inches high; pods narrow, 
cylindrical, curved into semicircle. 

314415. Col. No. 193. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial, low spreading; numerous, long fruiting racemes flat 
on ground. One small plant producing up to 30 pods. 

314416 and 314417. Astragalus bungeanus Boiss. 

314416. Col. No. 200. Garchereti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi. Low peren- 
nial, to 10 inches high; with basal leaves and upright fruiting spikes. 

314417. Col. No. 221. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Low pe- 
rennial with fruiting spikes upright, to 8 inches long. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314418. Briza maxima L. Gramineae. Big quaking grass. 

Col. No. 187. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of Tbilisi. 
Perennial to 2 feet high. 

314419. Bromus biebersteinii Roem. & Schult. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 163. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Tall perennial, to 3 feet high; 
very fine leaved; bunch former; leaves mostly basal, dense. 

314420. Bromus sterilis L. 

Col. No. 169. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Annual, to 16 inches high; 
open panicle; apparently larger and heavier than D. tectorwn. Only 3 to 
4 panicles per plant. 

314421. Bromus sp. 

Col. No. 242. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. An- 
nual, to 14 inches high. 

314422. Cercis siliquastrum L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 150. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Small tree; flowers and fruit 
prolific. 

314423. Colutea orientalis Mill. Leguminosae. Oriental bladder-senna. 

Col. No. 157. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Shrub to 3 meters high; pro- 
duces abundance of bladdery pods. 

314424. Crambe sp. Cruciferae. 

Col. No. 240. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Pe- 
rennial, profusely branched, to 4 feet high; tumbleweed form; very heavy 
seeder. 

314425. Cucumis sp. Cucurbitaceae. 

Col. No. 195. 'Nejinske'. Market in Tbilisi. 

314426. Cucumis sp. 

Col. No. 196. 'Mukranke'. Market in Tbilisi. 

314427. Cucumis sp. 

Col. No. 194. 'Koljoznitza'. Market in Tbilisi. 

314428. Cupressus sp. Pinaceae. 

Col. No. 203. Poet Charchavades estate near Telavi. Tall columnar tree 
with branches appressed to trunk to near ground. 

314429 to 314433. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

314429. Col. No. 156. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. 

314430. Col. No. 161. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. 

314431. Col. No. 190. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. 

314432. Col. No. 206. Enampta hayfields, southeast of Telavi. To 30 
inches high. 

314433. Col. No. 214. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Plants to 20 
inches high. 

314434. Eremopyrum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 233. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. An- 
nual, to 4 inches high, spikes to 2 inches long. 

314435. Festuca pratensis Huds. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 159. Reservoir 6 km. north of Tbilisi. Perennial, to 30 inches 
high here. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314436 and 314437. Festuca sulcata Hack. 

314436. Col. No. 141. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial bunch 
former, to 16 inches high. 

314437. Col. No. 192. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial bunch former, mostly with reddish stems but vari- 
able. 

314438. Fragaria vesca L. Rosaceae. European strawberry. 

Col. No. 189. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of Tbilisi. 
Low perennial; fruits small, numerous, aromatic, sweet. 

314439. Geranium columbinum L. Geraniaceae. Cranesbill. 

Col. No. 241. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Pe- 
rennial, to 1 foot high, leafy; beaks of fruit shorter than Er odium cicu- 
tarium. 

314440. Koeleria gracilis Pers. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 144. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, to 18 inches high; 
bunch forming. 

314441. Laburnum anagyroides Medic. Leguminosae. Goldenchain. 

Col. No. 175. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Small unarmed tree, to 6 
meters high; numerous panicles of pendant pods. 

314442. Lathyrus cicera L. Leguminosae. Flat peavine. 

Col. No. 177. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Annual, to 16 
inches high; narrow, linear leaflets; pods plump, green, mottled with rusty 
brown. 

314443. Lathyrus roseus Stev. 

Col. No. 160. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Annual, to 18 inches high; 
viny; pods numerous. 

314444. Lathyrus sp. 

Col. No. 207. Enampta hayfields, 80 km. southeast of Telavi. Annual, 
to 14 inches high. 

314445. Linum AUSTRIAcum L. Linaceae. Austrian flax. 

Col. No. 154. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. 

314446. Lolium persicum Boiss. & Hohen. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 215. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Single plant; spikes and 
spikelets larger than normal. 

314447 and 314448. Lolium rigidum Gaud. Wimmera ryegrass. 

314447. Col. No. 149. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, to 18 inches 
high; spikelets recessed in rachis. 

314448. Col. No. 208. Enampta hayfields, 80 km. southeast of Telavi. 
Perennial, to 2 feet high; stiffly erect. 

314449 to 314451. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. 

Birdsfoot trefoil. 

314449. Col. No. 184. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial, leafy, fine stemmed; flowers large, yellow; pods 2 
to 3 cm. long, black at maturity. 

314450. Col. No. 211. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, to 1 
foot high. 

314451. Col. No. 226. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314452 and 314453. Medicago coerulea Less, ex Ledeb. Leguminosae. 

314452. Col. No. 224. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Perennial, 
branches ascending, to 16 inches high; flowers purplish. 

314453. Col. No. 232. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of 
Tbilisi. Perennial; here mostly prostrate; flowers purplish. 

314454 and 314455. Medicago lupulina L. Black medic. 

314454. Col. No. 183. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial, reclining; fruiting heads from near base to tip. 

314455. Col. No. 210. Sararega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, low 
spreading. 

314456. Medicago minima (L.) Grufberg ex L. Little medic. 

Col. No. 235. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. An- 
nual, low, to 6 inches high. 

314457 and 314458. Medicago orbicularis (L.) All. Buttonclover. 

314457. Col. No. 180. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Bien- 
nial, stems viny, to 16 inches long. 

314458. Col. No. 243. Near the lake, 7 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Low, 
spreading, to 10 inches long. 

314459 and 314460. Medicago rigidula Desr. In Lam. Tifton medic. 

314459. Col. No. 181. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Low 
annual, to 8 inches high; pods numerous, barrel shaped. 

314460. Col. No. 236. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of 
Tbilisi. Annual to 7 inches high; burs with short, coarse spines. 

314461. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 

Col. No. 238. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 
Flowers purple. 

314462. Medicago sp. 

Col. No. 244. Near lake, 7 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Perennial; burs 
with longer spines than in M. rigidula. 

314463. Melica taurica K. Koch Gramineae. 

Col. No. 140. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial; culms to 30 inches 
high. 

314464 and 314465. Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam. Leguminosae. 

Yellow sweetclover. 

314464. Col. No. 158. Tbilisi Botanical Gardens. To 3 feet high. 

314465. Col. No. 209. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. To 3 feet high. 

314466. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 217. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Annual to 14 inches 
high ; many fruiting racemes. 

314467 and 314468. Onobrychis cyri Grossh. Leguminosae. 

314467. Col. No. 142. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Recumbent annual, to 
14 inches high; erect fruiting spikes. 

314468. Col. No. 225. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 
Perennial, to 16 inches high. 

314469 and 314470. Onobrychis kachetica Boiss. 

314469. Col. No. 143. # Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, to 30 inches 
high, branching; fruiting racemes elongate, arcuate. 



156 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314469 and 314470— Continued 

314470. Col. No. 197. Garchereti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, to 
30 inches high; long racemes bearing numerous fruits. 

314471. Phleum phleoides (L.) Karst. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 170. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Plants to 18 inches high. 

314472. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 
Col. No. 146. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial to 14 inches high. 

314473. Polygala sp. Polygalaceae. 

Col. No. 228. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Low pe- 
rennial herb, to 12 inches high; racemes 3 to 6 inches long bearing pinkish- 
lavender flowers. 

314474 and 314475. Potentilla recta L. Rosaceae. 

314474. Col. No. 171. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Perennial, to 16 
inches high, much branched, leafy. 

314475. Col. No. 231. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 
Perennial, to 16 inches high, stiffly erect with several corymbs per 
plant. 

314476. Reseda luteola Linn. Resedaceae. 

Col. No. 151. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, branching, to 30 
inches high; numerous fruiting spikes; leaves pinnately lobed. 

314477. Rosa sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 230. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Shrub, to 
3 feet high ; profusely branched and fruiting heavily. 

314478 to 314480. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 

314478. Col. No. 185. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of 
Tbilisi. Perennial, to 18 inches high, leafy. 

314479. Col. No. 198. Garchereti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, to 
18 inches high, leafy. 

314480. Col. No. 213. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, to 16 
inches high. 

314481. Scabiosa sp. Dipsacaeae. 

Col. No. 153. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial, to 20 inches high; 
leafy. 

314482. Stipa pennata lessingiana (Tr. & Rupr.) Richter Gramineae. 

Col. No. 182. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Perennial bunch 
grass, to 20 inches high. 

314483. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 219. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Perennial bunch 
former, culms to 24 inches high. 

314484. Trifolium ambiguum Bieb. Leguminosae. Kura clover. 

Col. No. 152. Tbilisi Botanical Garden. Perennial to 16 inches high, 
robust; flowers roseate. 

314485. Trifolium campestre Schreb. Large hop clover. 

Col. No. 165. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Low annual, to 6 inches high; 
florets reflexed at maturity. 

314486. Trifolium neglectum C.A.M. 

Col. No. 164. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Perennial, to 10 inches high, 
low spreading. 



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314487. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

Col. No. 188. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of Tbilisi. 
Perennial, to 14 inches high, robust, many heads, 

314488. Trifolium scabrum L. Rough clover. 

Col. No. 168. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Low annual, to 6 inches high; 
stiff, bristly calyces. 

314489. Trifolium tumens Stev. ex Bieb. 

Col. No. 186. Hills west of Noreo Village, 18 km. northeast of Tbilisi. 
Bunch-perennial, reclining stems to 14 inches long. 

314490. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 204. Poet Chavchavades estate near Telavi. Perennial, spread- 
ing; not appearing stoloniferous nor rhizomatous. Flowers yellow. 

314491. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 205. Poet Chavchavades estate near Telavi. Perennial, spread- 
ing by stolons. 

314492. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 229. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Perennial, 
to 10 inches high ; flowers yellow. 

314493. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 239. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. Low 
perennial, to 10 inches high ; flowers yellow. 

314494 to 314497. Trigonella spicata Sibth. & Sm. Leguminosae. 

314494. Col. No. 173. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Annual, to 14 inches 
high, upright, branching; numerous, narrow fruiting racemes. 

314495. Col. No. 179. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Annual, 
to 14 inches high; pods pendant in dense spike. 

314496. Col. No. 201. Garchereti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi. Annual, to 16 
inches high. 

314497. Col. No. 227. Hills above Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 
Perennial, to 14 inches high; long fruiting spikes; basal leaves. 

314498. Trisetum rigidum (Marsch-Bieb.) Roem. & Schult Gramineae. 

Col. No. 162. Tblisi Botanical Institute. Perennial bunch-former, to 
30 inches high ; shatters at maturity. 

314499 and 314500. Vicia angustifolia L. Leguminosae. 

314499. Col. No. 176. Lilo Village, 16 km. northeast of Tbilisi. Annual, 
to 12 inches high; numerous black pods. 

314500. Col. No. 237. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of 
Tbilisi. Annual, to 2 feet high; numerous pods. 

314501. Vicia ervilia (L.) Willd. Bitter vetch. 

Col. No. 218. Park of Culture on hill above Tbilisi. Low annual, to 8 
inches high; numerous pods. 

314502. Vicia peregrina L. 

Col. No. 167. Tbilisi Botanical Institute. Viny annual, to 14 inches 
high ; numerous pods. 

314503. Vicia narbonensis L. 

Col. No. 216. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Annual, stout with 
squarrose stem, to 14 inches high. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314504. Vicia sativa L. 

Col. No. 212. Sagarega, 50 km. east of Tbilisi. Annual, much-branched, 
to 18 inches high; leaflets small, narrow. 

314505. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 199. Garchereti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi. Low annual, to 9 inches 
high, upright with terminal, leafy raceme of sessile fruits. Pods black, 
shiny, mostly two-seeded. 

314506. (Undetermined.) 

Col. No. 222. Hillside near Park of Culture, Tbilisi. Low evergreen 
perennial with alternate, needlelike leaves; flowers yellow. Fruits heavily. 

314507. (Undetermined.) 

Col. No. 234. Hayfields below Lilo Village, 16 km. east of Tbilisi. 
Monocot, plant resembles pine seedling. Fruits on narrow leafless racemes. 
Berry green, variegated, horizontally striped. 

From the vicinity of Krasnodar. 

314508. Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) Beauv. Gramineae. 

Siberian wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 252. VIR Kuban Station. To 30 inches high. 

314509 and 314510. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Preal Gramineae. 

Tall oatgrass. 

314509. Col. No. 267. Sixteen km. west of Otradnaya. To 40 inches 
high. 

314510. Col. No. 284. Thirty km. west of Otradnaya. 

314511 and 314512. Briza maxima L. Gramineae. Big quaking grass. 

314511. Col. No. 271. Sixteen km. west of Otradnaya. Perennial to 30 
inches high. 

314512. Col. No. 295. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 
314513 to 314515. Bromus riparius Rehm. Gramineae. 

314513. Col. No. 268. Sixteen km. west of Otradnaya. To 36 inches 
high. 

314514. Col. No. 282. Twenty km. west of Otradnaya. 

314515. Col. No. 292. South of Otradnaya, 30 km. 

314516. Bromus riparius Rehm. 

Col. No. 264. Hills 15 km. east of Armavir. Perennial, to 30 inches 
high with large panicles. 

314517 to 314520. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

314517. Col. No. 247. 'Krasnodar No. 20'. Given by Krasnodar Agricul- 
tural Research Institute. Perennial, to 3 feet high. 

314518. Col. No. 266. West of Otradnaya, 16 km. To 40 inches high. 

314519. Col. No. 283. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. 

314520. Col. No. 294. West of Otradnaya, 39 km. 

314521. Elymus junceus Fisch. Gramineae. Russian wildrye. 

Col. No. 249. VIR Kuban Station. To 40 inches high. 
314522 and 314523. Festuca ovina L. Gramineae. Sheep fescue. 

314522. Col. No. 275. West of Otradnaya, 18 km. To 14 inches high. 

314523. Col. No. 293. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314524 to 314528. Festuca pratensis Huds. 

314524. Col. No. 248. 'Krasnodar No. 14'. Given by Krasnodar Agricul- 
tural Research Institute. 

314525. Col. No. 258. East of Armavir, 15 km. Perennial, to 2 feet 
high. 

314526. Col. No. 272. West of Otradnaya, 16 km. To 30 inches high. 

314527. Col. No. 281. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. 

314528. Col. No. 296. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 

314529. Fragaria moschata Duchesne Rosaceae. Hautbois strawberry. 

Col. No. 277. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. Leaves and berries on long 
stalks; plants growing in dense vegetation of wild hayfield. Flavor similar 
to muscadine grape. 

314530 and 314531. Helianthus annuus L, Compositae. Sunflower. 

314530. Col. No. 298. Purchased in market, Armavir. Seeds solid black. 

-314531. Col. No. 299. Purchased in market, Armavir. Seeds black and 
white striped. 

314532. Koeleria caucasica Trin. ex Domin Gramineae. 

Col. No. 262. Hills. 15 km. east of Armavir. Perennial, culms to 16 
inches high; bunch former. 

314533. Koeleria gracilis Pers. 

Col. No. 279. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. 

314534. Linum austriacum L. Linaceae. Austrian flax. 

Col. No. 255. East of Armavir, 18 km. Annual, to 2 feet high; sparsely 
branching. 

314535. Lotus caucasicus Kuprian Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 260. Hills 15 km. east of Armavir. Perennial, to 1 foot high; 
leaves appear more pubescent than those of Lotus corniculatus. 

314536 and 314537. Lotus corniculatus L. Birdsfoot trefoil. 

314536. Col. No. 251. VIR Kuban Station. 

314537. Col. No. 291. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. To 18 inches high. 
314538 and 314539. Medicago lupulina L. Leguminosae. Black medic. 

314538. Col. No. 257. Hills 15 km. east of Armavir. Perennial, mostly 
prostrate but with ascending tips; heavy seeder. 

314539. Col. No. 276. West of Otradnaya, 18 km. 

314540. Medicago orbicularis (L.) All. Buttonclover. 
Col. No. 261. Hills 15 km. east of Armavir. Annual to 8 inches high. 

314541. Onobrychis anatasiatica Khin. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 246. 'Krasnodar No. 2834'. Given by Krasnodar Agricultural 
Research Institute. Perennial to 1 meter high. 

314542. Onobrychis tanaitica Spreng. 

Col. No. 250. VIR Kuban Station. Perennial, to 40 inches high; coarse 
stemmed. 

314543 to 314545. Onobrychis Transcaucasia Grossh. 

314543. Col. No. 256. East of Armovir, 17 km. Perennial, to 20 inches 
high; long fruiting spikes and basal cluster of fine leaves. 

314544. Col. No. 290. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 



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314543 to 314545— Continued 

314545. Col. No. 297. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. 

314546. Paeonia tenuifolia L. Ranunculaceae. Fringed peony. 

Col. No. 254. East of Armovir, 18 km. Perennial, to 1 foot high; dense 
cluster of linear leaves. 

314547. Primula macrocalyx Bunge Primulaceae. 

Col. No. 285. West of Otradnaya, 30 km. Perennial, to 10 inches high; 
stiffly erect with a corymb of 4 to 6 flowers. 

314548 to 314550. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 

314548. Col. No. 259. East of Armovir, 15 km. Perennial, to 14 inches 
high; very early. 

314549. Col. No. 278. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. To 16 inches high. 

314550. Col. No. 289. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 

314551. Trifolium alpestre L. Leguminosae. Purple globe clover. 

Col. No. 273. West of Otradnaya, 18 km. Perennial, to 1 foot high; long; 
lanceolate bracts immediately beneath the head. 

314552 to 314554. Trifolium ambiguum Bieb. Kura clover. 

314552. Col. No. 263. Hills 15 km. east of Armovir. Perennial, to 10 
inches high; numerous leaves; many heads. 

314553. Col. No. 270. West of Otradnaya, 16 km. Head on long, naked 
stipe. 

314554. Col. No. 286. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 

314555 and 314556. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

314555. Col. No. 269. West of Otradnaya, 16 km. 

314556. Col. No. 287. South of Otradnaya, 39 km. 

314557. Trifolium spadiceum L. 

Col. No. 280. West of Otradnaya, 20 km. Annual; spreading; flowers 
yellow, florets reflexed in fruit. 

314558. Triticum sp. Gramineae. 
Col. No. 253. East of Armovir, 20 km. 

314559. Vicia cracca L. Leguminosae. Cow vetch. 
Col. No. 274. West of Otradnaya, 18 km. Viny annual, to 3 feet high. 

314560. Vicia pannonica Crantz 

Col. No. 245. 'Krasnodar No. 59'. Given by Krasnodar Agricultural 
Research Institute. Grown as winter annual. 

314561. Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Moench 

Col. No. 265. Hills 15 km. east of Armovir. Annual, delicate, fine 
leaved, viny, to 16 inches high ; numerous four-seeded pods. 

From the vicinity of Moscow. 

314562. Agrostis sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 324. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. Perennial, to 30 inches high; 
broad, open panicle. 

314563 and 314564. Alopecurus pratensis L. Gramineae. 

Meadow foxtail. 

314563. Col. No. 303. North of Riazan, 28 km. To 3 feet high. 



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314563 and 314564— Continued 

314564. Col. No. 318. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. To 34 inches high. 

314565. Alopecurus geniculates L. 

Col. No. 321. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. Perennial, rhizomatous, to 1 
foot high; glaucous, bluish leaves and culms. 

314566. Anthoxanthum odoratum L. Gramineae. Sweet vernalgrass. 

Col. No. 314. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. Perennial, to 18 inches high; 
narrow, dense panicle. 

314567. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. Smooth bromegrass. 
Col. No. 319. Druzshbi Park. To 40 inches high. 

314568. Dactylis glomerta L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 
Col. No. 323. Druzshbi Park. To 3 feet high. 

314569 and 314570. Festuca pratensis Huds. Gramineae. 

314569. Col. No. 302. North of Riazan, 28 km. 

314570. Col. No. 320. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. To 3 feet high. 

314571. Festuca sp. 

Col. No. 317. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. Perennial, slender, to 20 inches 
high ; panicle strict. 

314572. Glyceria sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 328. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. Perennial, slender, to 18 inches 
high; bunch former; spikes elongate, spikelets few, scattered, appressed to 
rachis. 

314573. Glycine sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 308. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. Perennial, bunch forming, 
tight basal cluster of fine leaves. Culms to 14 inches high; spikelets on 
one side of spike. 

314574. Koeleria gracilis Pers. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 309. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. To 2 feet high. 

314575. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. Birdsfoot trefoil. 

Col. No. 313. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. Plants recumbent, spreading 
close to ground; flowers orange in bud, yellow when open. Heavy seeder. 

314576. Medicago falcata L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 330. 'Dedinoskaya Yellow'. From Williams Fodder Institute, 
Moscow. 

314577 and 314578. Medicago lupulina L. Black medic. 

314577. Col. No. 315. Northwest of Riazan, 18 km. Plants vigorous, 
recumbent, to 18 inches long. 

314578. Col. No. 329. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. 

314579. Medicago falcata L. 

Col. No. 331. Tavlovsk No. 7\ From Williams Fodder Institute, 
Moscow. 

314580. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 
Col. No. 332. 'Northern hybrid'. Williams Fodder Institute, Moscow. 

314581. Phalaris arundinacea L. Gramineae. Reed canarygrass. 
Col. No. 304. North of Riazan, 28 km. To 4 feet high. 



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314582. Poa pratensis L. Gramineae. Kentucky bluegrass. 
Col. No. 316. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. To 20 inches high. 

314583. POA sp. 

Col. No. 306. North of Riazan, 28 km. To 30 inches high; rather com- 
pact panicle. 

314584 to 314587. Trifolium pratense L. Leguminosae. Red clover. 

314584. Col. No. 300. Miknevo Station of VIR, 80 km. south of Moscow. 
To 18 inches high. 

314585. Col. No. 305. North of Riazan, 28 km. To 2 feet high. 

314586. Col. No. 307. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. To 16 inches high. 

314587. Col. No. 326. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. 

314588 and 314589. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

314588. Col. No. 312. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. Perennial, spread- 
ing by stolons; flowers white; flowering stalks to 8 inches high. 

314589. Col. No. 322. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. 

314590. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 301. Miknevo Station of VIR, 80 km. south of Moscow. Annual, 
to 1 foot high; maturing heads dark bronze; florets reflexed. 

314591. Trifolium sp. 

Col. No. 310. Northwest of Riazan, 32 km. Perennial; to 18 inches 
high; rather stiffly erect; heads 1 cm. across; florets white. 

314592. Vicia angustifolia L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 327. Druzshbi Park, Moscow. Viny annual, stems to 3 feet long. 
Leaflets 7 to 9, narrow, only slightly pubescent. From the vicinity of 
Kazakstan. 

314593. Aegilops cylindrica Host Gramineae. Jointed goatgrass. 
Col. No. 402. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314594. Aeluropus littoralis (Gouan) Pari. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 482. Northwest of Kokpek, 54 km. and about 145 km. northeast 
of Alma Ata. Rhizomatous; culms to 1 foot high. 

314595. Agropyron (hybird). Gramineae. 

Col. No. 361. A. sibiricum X descrtorum. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. 
northwest of Alma Ata. To 14 inches high. 

314596 to 314602. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. 

Crested wheatgrass. 

314596. Col. No. 353. Alma Ata. 

314597. Col. No. 354. Village Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. To 14 inches high. 

314598. Col. No. 374. Near Aksenger River, 2 km. south of Moscow- 
Alma Ata railroad. 

314599. Col. No. 431. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 19 km., and 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314600. Col. No. 440. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 21 km., and 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314601. Col. No. 461. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve 
headquarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Plants to 16 inches 
high. 



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314596 to 314602— Continued 

314602. Col. No. 505. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314603 and 314604. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. 

Standard wheatgrass. 

314603. Col. No. 506. Near Kragali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. Types 
ranged from near A. cristatum to sibiricum. 

314604. Col. No. 507. Near Kaagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314605 to 314608. Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) Beauv. 

Siberian wheatgrass. 

314605. Col. No. 356. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. To 16 inches high. 

314606. Col. No. 362. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest 
of Alma Ata. 

314607. Col. No. 364. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest 
of Alma Ata. 

314608. Col. No. 365. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest 
of Alma Ata. 

314609. Agropyron trachycaulum (Link) Malte 

Col. No. 393. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
Rhizomatous, apparently; short plum spikes with long outer glumes. Ap- 
pears to be self fertile. 

314610. Agropyron trichophorum (link) Richt. Stiffhair wheatgrass. 

Col. No. 508. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314611. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 343. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
to 46 inches high. 

314612. Agropyron caninum (L.) Beauv. 

Col. No. 345. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. To 42 
inches high; spikes bearded. 

314613. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 371. Along Aksenger River near Moscow-Alma Ata railroad. 
Culms to 28 inches high, slender; apparently rhizomatous. 

314614. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 376. Along Alma Atinka River 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
Bunch-type perennial to 40 inches high; stems and spikes reddish; spikes 
stricty erect. 

314615. Agropyron caninum (L.) Beauv. 

Col. No. 379. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
Spikelets awned. 

314616. Agropyron cf. caninum (L.) Beauv. 

Col. No. 384. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Some 
spikes strongly branching. 

314617. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 387. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. To 4 
feet high ; spikes nodding. 

314618. Agropyron sp 

Col. No. 405. In mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. 



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314619. Elymus sibiricus L. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 406. In mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314620. Agropyron sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 407. In mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. Leafy. 

314621. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 413. In mountain canyon, 97 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314622. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 416. In spruce forest canyon, 97 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314623. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 446. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 40 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. 

314624. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 447. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 40 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Nodding spikes. 

314625. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 464. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve headquar- 
ters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. To 3 feet high. 

314626. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 466. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. To 4 feet high. 

314627. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 475. North of Kokpek, 25 km., and about 160 km. east of Alma 
Ata. 

314628. Agropyron cf. caninum (L.) Beauv. 

Col. No. 490. Along Talgar River, 54 km. east of Alma Ata. Closely 
spaced spikelets, short awns. Not like A. trachycaulum. 

314629. Agropyron caninum (L.) Beauv. 

> Col. No. 493. Along Talgar River, 54 km. east of Alma Ata. To 4 feet 
high, slender like A. spicatum; spikelets awned. 

314630. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 494. Along Talgar River, 54 km. east of Alma Ata. Long, 
smooth spikelets. 

314631. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 495. Along Talgar River, 55 km. east of Alma Ata. Widely 
spaced spikelets, awnless. 

314632. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 504. West of Alma Ata, 50 km., near Karagali. Looks like 
A. repens; growing on extremely dry site. 

314633. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 514. West of Alma Ata, 33 km. 

314634. Agropyron sp. 

Col. No. 519. West of Alma Ata, 35 km. Short, divergent awns. 

314635. Poa sterilis Bieb. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 340. Mountain foothills, 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
to 2 feet high; leaves and stems fine; panicle open., 



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314636. Bothriochloa ischaemum (L.) Keng Gramineae. 

King's Ranch bluestem. 

Col. No. 418. At Game Preserve headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma 
Ata. Perennial, bunch type. 

314637. Aristida sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 366. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. Rhizomatous grass, forming large clumps, to 30 inches high, dense, 
leafy. 

314638. Aristida sp. 

Col. No. 469. Game Preserve headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Annual, to 15 inches high; three-branched awn. 

314639. Aristida sp. 

Col. No. 470. South of Game Preserve headquarters, 1.5 km. about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Annual, to 18 inches high. 

314640. Astragalus sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 367. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. Spreading shrub, to 16 inches high; erect flowering spikes; very 
leafy; pods curled. 

314641. Astragalus sp. 

Col. No. 481. Northwest of Kokpek, 54 km., about 145 km. northeast of 
Alma Ata. Perennial, to 2 feet high; numerous bladdery pods in dense 
raceme. 

314642. Atraphaxis sp. Polygonaceae. 

Col. No. 391. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Spiny 
shrub, to 6 feet high ; three-winged fruits and trigonous seed. 

314643. Atraphaxis sp. 

Col. No. 417. At game Preserve headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Shrub to 6 feet high; spineless; new branches stiffly erect; flowering bracts 
pink; leaves obovate, spiculate, entire, thick. 

314644. Atraphaxis sp. 

Col. No. 420. At Game Preserve headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Shrub to 2 feet high, spiny. 

314645. Betula sp. Betulaceae. 

Col. No. 385. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Tree 
to 40 feet high; white and/or coppery bark. 

314646. Bromus sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 338. Mountain foothills, 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
to 4 feet high; panicle nodding. 

314647. Bromus sp. 

Col. No. 375. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. To 6 
feet high; short awns; panicles ripening rather evenly. 

314648. Bromus sp. 

Col. No. 489. Along Talgar River, 54 km. east of Alma Ata. To 6 feet 
high; nodding, loose panicles, awned spikelets; not fully mature. 

314649. Carex pachystylis Gay Cyperaceae. Sedge. 

Col. No. 453. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 



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314138 to 314771— Continued 

314650. Carthamus tinctorils L. Compositae. Safflower. 

Col. No. 359. 'Milutin 114'. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of 
Alma Ata. To 12 inches high; leaves essentially spineless; phyllaries with 
some spines. Many heads. 

314651. Convolvulus divaricatus Regel & Schmalh. Convolulaceae. 

Col. No. 443. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 30 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Shrub, to 4 inches high, very spiny. 

314652. Crambe sp. Cruciferae. 

Col. No. 390. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Per- 
ennial from underground crowns; to 6 feet high spreading to 4 feet in diam- 
eter; loaded with seed pods; 1 seed per pod. 

314653. Cucumis sp. Cucurbtaceae. 

Col. No. 336. Market in Alma Ata. Fruit oblong, 12 by 8 inches, sur- 
face slightly rugose ; buff colored ; flesh thick, cream colored, sweet. 

314654. Cucumis sp. 

Col. No. 368. Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma Ata. Fruit ovoid, 
9 by 14 inches; brownish green; slightly rugose; flesh cream colored, juicy, 

sweet. 

314655. Citrullus sp. Cucurbitaceae. 

Col. No. 369. Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma Ata. Fruit 
spherical, 10 inches in diameter; black-green mottled. 

314656 to 314661. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

314656. Col. No. 337. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. To 
7 feet high. 

314657. Col. No. 401. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314658. Col. No. 516. West of Alma Ata, 33 km. 

314659. Col. No. 462. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve 
headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314660. Col. No. 467. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve 
headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. To 4 feet high. 

314661. Col. No. 479. North of Kokpek, 25 km., about 160 km. east of 
Alma Ata. 

314662. Delphinium sp. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. 389. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Per- 
ennial to 6 feet high ; flowering racemes to 2 feet long. 

314663 and 314664. Elymus aralensis Regel Gramineae. Wildrye. 

314663. Col. No. 422. On desert flat about 190 km. east of Alma Ata, 
about 26 km. northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. Culms harsh, 
wiry, thick. 

314664. Col. No. 425. Desert flat, 190 km. east of Alma Ata, about 30 
km. northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. Slender spiked; 
rhizomatous. 

314665 to 314671. Elymus junceus Fisch. Russian wildrye. 

314665. Col. No. 370. Along Aksenger River near Moscow-Alma Ata 
railroad, about 110 km. west of Alma Ata. Culms to 2 feet high; heads 
not shattering though mature. 

314666. Col. No. 372. Along Aksenger River, where Moscow-Ata rail- 
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314665 to 314671— Continued 

314667. Col. No. 436. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 21 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314668. Col. No. 437. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 21 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Below hillside of E. junceus. More 
slender, later, greener, less leafy than type; leaves basal. Appears to 
be a sterile hybrid. 

314669. Col. No. 441. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 21 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Little, if any, shattering. 

314670. Col. No. 444. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 30 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314671. Col. 445. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 30 km., about 
180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314672. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 424. Desert flat, 190 km. east of Alma Ata, about 30 km. north- 
east of Game Preserve headquarters. 

314673. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 427. Kokpek Mountains, 190 km. east of Alma Ata, about 40 km. 
northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. Rhizomatous, very coarse 
leaves. 

314674. Elymus dahuricus Turcz. 

Col. No. 434. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 19 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Purplish spikes; appears to shatter easily even 
though still green in color. 

314675. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 435. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 19 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. 

314676. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 439. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 21 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Resembles E. junceus but plants bigger, seeds 
larger. 

314677. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 449. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 39 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. 

314678. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 450. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 39 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Late maturing. 

314679. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 465. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Very tough stems and leaves; 
loosely rhizomatous. 

314680. Elymus dahuricus Turcz. 

Col. No. 472. North of Kokpek, 25 km., about 160 km. east of Alma Ata. 
To 3 feet high. 

314681. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 478. North of Kokpek, 25 km., about 160 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314682. Elymus sp. 

Col. No. 499. West of Alma Ata, 50 km., near Karagali. To 4 feet high; 
very coarse, long leaves. 



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314683. Ephedra sp. Gnetaceae. 

Col. No. 460. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Fruits on inner stems, orange 
red. 

314684 to 314686. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae. 

Tall fescue. 

314684. Col. No. 351. Gravel bar along Alma Atinka River, 15 km. 
south of Alma Ata. To 4 feet high; leaves yellow green, to V2 inch 
wide. 

314685. Col. No. 383. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
To 5 feet high. 

314686. Col. No. 513. West of Alma Ata, 33 km. 

314687 and 314688. Festuca ovina L. Sheep fescue. 

314687. Col. No. 430. West of Game Preserve headquarters, 19 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314688. Col. No. 454. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve 
headquarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314689 to 314691. Festuca pratensis Huds. 

314689. Col. No. 352. Gravel bar of Alma Atinka River, 15 km. south of 
Alma Ata. To 3 feet high. 

314690. Col. No. 396. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314691. Col. No. 476. North of Kokpek 25 km., about 160 km. east of 
Alma Ata. 

314692. Festuca sp. 

Col. No. 377. Along Alma Atinka River 20 km. above Alma Ata. Broad- 
leaved perennial; top of panicle shattering before bottom of panicle is ripe. 

314693. Festuca sp. 

Col. No. 426. Kokpek Mountains 190 km. east of Alma Ata, about 40 km. 
northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. 

314694. Festuca sp. 

Col. No. 448. West of Game Preserve headquarters 40 km., about 180 km. 
east of Alma Ata. 

314695. Hedysarum sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 404. Mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
to 2 feet high; many loments in a dense raceme. 

314696. Hordeum bogdanii Wilensky Gramineae. 

Col. No. 480. North of Kokpek, 28 km., about 158 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Perennial to 2 feet high. 

314697. Hordeum sp. 

Col. No. 501. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. Annual. 

314698. Juniperus sp. Pinaceae. 

Col. No. 455. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Prostrate, dark green shrub with 
glaucous blue berries. 

314699 and 314700. Koeleria gracilis Pers. Gramineae. 

314699. Col. No. 433. West of Game Preserve headquarters 19 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314700. Col. No. 503. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 



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314701. Lathyrus sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 346. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. To 3 feet 
high; leaflets even pinnate, mostly 6. 

314702. Lathyrus sp. 

Col. No. 488. Along Talgar River 54 km. east of Alma Ata. Perennial 
to 3 feet high; pods to 4 inches long, numerous. 

314703. Lonicera sp. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. 394. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. Shrub 
to 6 feet high with pendent, paired fruits, slender oblong, bright red, soft, 
pulpy. 

314704. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. Birdsfoot trefoil. 

Col. No. 468. Game Preserve headquarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 
314705 to 314707. Medicago falcata L. Leguminosae. 

314705. Col. No. 350. Gravel bar of Alma Atinka River, 15 km. south of 
Alma Ata. 

314706. Col. No. 381. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
Plants vigorous, to 3 feet long; flowers yellow, some yellow and blue; 
only few pods approaching maturity. 

314707. Col. No. 410. Mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. 
314708. Medicago lupulina L. Black medic. 

Col. No. 378. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
314709 to 314715. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 

314709. Col. No. 333. Market in Alma Ata. 

314710. Col No. 334. Market in Alma Ata. 

314711. Col. No. 386. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 
Purple flowered. 

314712. Col. No. 400. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314713. Col. No. 411. Mountain canyon, 85 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314714. Col. No. 474. North of Kokpek 25 km., about 160 km. east of 
Alma Ata. 

314715. Col. No. 510. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314716. Melilotus sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 349. On gravel bar of Alma Atinka River, 15 km. south of Alma 
Ata. Plants to 2 feet high ; flowers yellow. 

314717. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 395. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314718. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 414. Montain canyon, 97 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314719. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 477. North of Kokpek, 25 km., about 160 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314720. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 511. West of Alma Ata, 48 km. Flowers yellow. 

314721. Melilotus sp. 

Col. No. 517. West of Alma Ata, 34 km. Flowers white. 



170 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314722. Melica sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 342. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
coarse, to 50 inches high; culms scabrous; leaves broad, flat; spikelets in- 
flated ; apparently only 1 fertile spikelet per spike. 

314723. Oroyzopsis sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 429. West of Game Preserve headquarters 19 km., about 180 
km. east of Alma Ata. Dense tuft of bluish basal leaves. 

314724. Oryzopsis sp. 

Col. No. 471. Game Preserve headquarters, about 180 km. east of Alma 
Ata. To 4 feet high; loose, open panicle; dense basal tuft of leaves. 

314725. Panicum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 341. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Perennial, 
to 5 feet high ; panicle open. 

314726 to 314728. Phalaris arundinacea L. Gramineae. 

Reed canarygrass. 

314726. Col. No. 339. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. 
To 8 feet high. 

314727. Col. No. 380. Along Alma Atinka River, 20 km. above Alma Ata. 

314728. Col. No. 492. Along Talgar River about 54 km. east of Alma 
Ata. Mostly shattered. 

314729. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 
Col. No. 335. Market in Alma Ata. 

314730. Phleum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 457. Low mountains, 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314731. Picea tianschanica Rupr. Pinaceae. 

Col. No. 497. Along Talgar River, about 50 km. east of Alma Ata. Tree 
to 120 feet high; similar to P. abies. 

314732. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 

Col. No. 452. Low mountains about 20 km. north of Game Preserve head- 
quarters, 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314733. Poa pratensis L. Kentucky bluegrass. 
Col. No. 399. East of Alma Ata, 50 km. 

314734. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 415. Mountain canyon, spruce zone; 97 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314735. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 419. Game Preserve headquarters, about 180 km. east of Alma 
Ata. To 12 inches high. 

314736. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 438. West of Game Preserve headquarters 21 km., about 180 km. 
east of Alma Ata. 

314737. Poa sp. 

Col. No. 459. Low mountains 20 km. north of Game Preserve headquar- 
ters, about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. Much larger than Festuca ovina; to 
2 feet high, leaves coarser. 

314738. Potentilla sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 496. Along Talgar River about 55 km. east of Alma Ata. Per- 
ennial with creeping stems. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 171 

314138 to 314771— Continued 

314739. Rosa sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 388. Along Alma Atinka River 20 km. above Alma Ata. Viny 
shrub to 6 feet high ; fruits abundant. 

314740. Sesleria sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 382. Along Alma Atinka River 20 km. above Alma Ata. 

314741. Setaria italica (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 355. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma Ata. To 18 
inches high ; seeding heavily. 

314742. Sophora sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 483. Northwest of Kokpek 54 km., about 145 km. northeast of 
Alma Ata. Perennial to 3 feet high; long, segmented pods. 

314743. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. 

Col. No. 360. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma Ata. To 
30 inches high. 

314744 to 314750. Stipa capillata L. Gramineae. 

314744. Col. No. 357. Near Cholak Espe, 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. To 20 inches high. 

314745. Col. No. 421. Game Preserve headquarters, about 180 km. east 
of Alma Ata. 

314746. Col. No. 423. On desert flat about 190 km. east of Alma Ata, 26 
km. northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. 

314747. Col. No. 428. Kokpek Mountains, 190 km. east of Alma Ata, 
40 km. northeast of Game Preserve headquarters. 

314748. Col. No. 432. West of Game Preserve headquarters 19 km., 
about 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314749. Col. No. 500. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314750. Col. No. 515. West of Alma Ata 33 km. 

314751. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 398. East of Alma Ata 50 km. 

314752. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 442. West of Game Preserve headquarters 30 km., about 180 km. 
east of Alma Ata. Awns shorter and fuzzier than in S. capillata; seed also 
pubescent. 

314753. Stipa sp. 

Col. No. 509. Near Karagali, 50 km. west of Alma Ata. To 3 feet high; 
dense basal tuft of leaves ; loose, open panicle, largely shattered. 

314754. Taeniatherum crinitum (Schreb.) Nevski Gramineae. 
Col. No. 403. East of Alma Ata 50 km. 

314755. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. Strawberry clover. 

Col. No. 373. Along Aksenger River where Moscow-Alma Ata railroad 
crosses river. Plants low, to 7 inches high. 

314756 to 314761. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

314756. Col. No. 347. Mountain foothills 15 km. south of Alma Ata. To 
14 inches high; fruit mostly ripe. 

314757. Col. No. 397. East of Alma Ata 50 km. 

314758. Col. No. 409. Mountain canyon 85 km. east of Alma Ata. 



172 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314138 to 314771— Continued 
314756 to 314761— Continued 

314759. Col. No. 473. North of Kokpek 25 km., about 160 km. east of 
Alma Ata. 

314760. Col. No. 486. Along Talgar River 50 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Flowering; heads mature, stems glabrous. 

314761. Col. No. 518. West of Alma Ata 34 km. 

314762 to 314765. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

314762. Col. No. 348. Gravel bar of Alma Atinka River 15 km. south of 
Alma Ata. 

314763. Col. No. 485. Along Talgar River 45 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314764. Col. No. 491. Along Talgar River 56 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314765. Col. No. 502. Near Karagali 50 km. west of Alma Ata. 

314766. Vicia sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 344. Mountain foothills 16 km. south of Alma Ata. Rank, 
stems to 3 feet long. 

314767. Vicia sp. 

Col. No. 487. Along Talgar River 52 km. east of Alma Ata. 

314768. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 358. Near Cholak Espe 250 km. northwest of Alma Ata. An- 
nual, to 8 inches high; pods curved. 

314769. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 363. Sandhills west of Cholak Espe 250 km. northwest of Alma 
Ata. Shrub to 5 feet high; spiny; leaves leathery, glaucous; fruit winged. 

314770. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 451. Game Preserve headquarters 180 km. east of Alma Ata. 
Spiny shrub to 10 feet high; leaves with 2 pairs leaflets, terminating in 
spine; stipular spines. 

314771. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 512. West of Alma Ata 34 km. Perennial; leaves odd pinnate, 
6 pairs leaflets ; fruit spiny, constricted between seeds. 

314772 to 314781. 

From the Republic of China. Plants presented by the Taiwan Sugar Experi- 
ment Station, Tainan, Taiwan. Received May 10, 1966. 

314772 to 314776. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane. 

314772. F141 314775. F 153. 

314773. F 151. 314776. F 154. 

314774. F 152. 

314777 to 314781. Saccharum spontaneum L. 

314777. 'Hualien No. 1*. 314780. 'Pingtung No. 1'. 

314778. 'Hualien No. 5'. 314781. Towlin No. 3'. 

314779. 'Peikang No. 11'. 

314782 to 314785. 

From France. Seeds presented by Laboratory of Research for Forage Plants, 
Botanical Service, Ministry of Agriculture, Rouen. Received May 6, 1966. 

314782. Dianthus caesius J. E. Smith Caryophyllaceae. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



173 



Received May 



314782 to 314785— Continued 

314783. Dianthus gallicus Pers. 

314784. Dianthus graniticus Ford. 

314785. Gypsophilia repens L. Caryophyllaceae. 

314786 to 314788. 

Prom Mexico. Seeds collected by O. F. Fancke, Mexico, D. F. 
6, 1966. 

314786. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 
Nopaltaepec. Bizcocho, Veracruz. 

314787. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 
Acula. Cocuite, Veracruz. 

314788. (Undetermined.) Gramineae. 
Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Taltepec, Veracruz. 

314789 to 314803. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived May 6, 1966. 

314789 and 314790. Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. 

Pigeon-pea. 

314789. C.P.I. 18301. 

314790. C.P.I. 20133. 

314791. Cucumis myriocarpus Naudin Cucurbitaceae. 
V.160(a). 

314792. Gomphrena parviflora Benth. Amaranthaceae. 
C.925. 

PlSUM SATIVUM L. 
10131. 

12559. 

12561. 

14982. 

15248. 

15456. 

314804 to 314816. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented 
Nijmegen. Received May 6, 1966. 

314804. Canna edulis Ker. Cannaceae 
No. 20. 

314805. Canna limbata Rose. 
No. 23. 

314806. Cucurbita sp. Cucurbitaceae. 
No. 566. 

314807 and 314808. Sambucus nigra L. 



L4793 to 314803. 


314793. 


C.P.I. 


314794. 


C.P.I. 


314795. 


C.P.I. 


314796. 


C.P.I. 


314797. 


C.P.I. 


314798. 


C.P.I. 



Leguminosae. 


Pea. 


314799. C.P.I. 


15536. 


314800. C.P.I. 


15742. 


314801. C.P.I. 


15860. 


314802. C.P.I. 


16428. 


314803. C.P.I. 


22002. 


jd by University 


Botanic Garden, 


ae. 


Edible canna. 



Caprifoliaceae. 



European elder. 



314807. 
314808. 



No. 272. 
No. 273. 



'Aurea\ 



174 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314804 to 314816— Continued 

314809. Sambucus racemosa L. European red elder. 

No. 275. 
314810 and 314811. Sambuscus nigra var. laciniata L. 

314810. No. 274. 

314811. No. 276. 

314812. Tacca integrifolia Ker-Gawl. Taccaceae. 
No. 156. 

314813. Zinnia angustifolia H.B.K. Compositae. 
No. 491. 

314814. Zinnia linearis Benth. 
No. 492. 

314815. Zinnia peruviana L. 
No. 493. 

314816. Zinnia primula A. Gray 
No. 494. 

314817 to 314828. 

From Peru. Seeds and plants collected by D. H. Timothy, North Carolina 
State University, Raleigh. Received May 17, 1966. 

314817 and 314818. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

314817. Col. No. 200. 'Mani\ Store in Juanjur, Province of Mariscal 
Caceres, San Martin. (Seeds). 

314818. Col. No. 205. 'Mani'. From store in Picota, San Martin. 
(Seeds). 

314819. Tripsacum laxum Nash Gramineae. 

Col. No. 203. Tasto Guatemala'. SIPA Granja Demonstrativa, small 
cultivated plot, Huallaga province, San Martin. (Plants) . 

314820. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 201. Two hundred meters west of Tingo de Saposoa, Huallaga 
Province, San Martin. Plants to 4 meters high. (Plants). 

314821. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 202. Twenty-two km. across river from San Cristobal de Sisa, 
Huallaga Province, San Martin. Plants 5 to 6 meters high; wide leaves, 
10-15 cm. (Plants). 

314822. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 204. On bank of Huallaga River, San Martin Province, San 
Martin. (Plants). 

314823. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 206. On bank of Huallaga River, San Martin Province, San 
Martin. (Plants). 

314824. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 207. Two km. east of Tarapoto on road to Shapoja, San Martin 
Province, San Martin. (Plants). 

314825. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 201. Two hundred meters west of Tingo de Saposoa, Huallaga 
Province, San Martin. Plants to 4 meters high. (Seeds) . 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 175 

314817 to 314828— Continued 

314826. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 204. On bank of Huallaga River, San Martin Province, San 
Martin. (Seeds). 

314827. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 206. Two km. east of Tarapoto on road to Shapoja, San Martin 
Province, San Martin. (Seeds) . 

314828. Tripsacum sp. 

Col. No. 207. Two km. east of Tarapoto on road to Shapoja, San Martin 
Province, San Martin. (Seeds). 

314829 to 314835. Saccharum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

From Mauritius. Cuttings presented by the Director, Mauritius Sugar In- 
dustry Research Institute, Reduit. Received May 17, 1966. 

314829. 'Ebene 118/56'. 314833. M 194/57. 

314830. 'Kletak'. 314834. M 248/57. 

314831. M 99/48. 314835. M 409/51. 

314832. M 100/58. 

314836. Citrus sp. Rutaceae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Scientific 
Academy of Georgia, Batumi Botanical Garden, Batumi. Received May 
17, 1966. 

'Korolek'. 

314837 to 314839. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Hitsujigaoka, Sapporo, Hokkaido. Received May 17, 1966. 

314837. 'Honami'. 

314838. 'Kuromi'. 

314839. 'Victory No. 1\ 

314840 to 314843. Trifolium pratense L. Leguminosae. 

Red clover. 

From Norway. Seeds presented by R. Vestad, Agricultural College of 
Norway, Vollebekk, Oslo. Received May 17, 1966. 

314840. 'JripoF81\ 4X. 314842. 'Ondal El'. 2X. 

314841. 'MolsAad'. 2X. 314843. 'Vagoy El'. 2X. 

314844. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by M. S. Zuber, Department of 
Field Crops, University of Missouri, Columbia. Received May 17, 1966. 

'Mammoth White Pearl'. Very old variety. Comparatively good yield on 
poor soil. Stalks vigorous to 10 feet high; one ear per stalk, loose husk. 

314845 and 314846. Lotus CORNICULATUS L. Leguminosae. 

Birdsfoot trefoil. 

From the United States. Seeds produced by Soil Conservation Service, Big 
Flats, N.Y. Received May 17, 1966. 

314845. BN-13548-64. Original collection Pendleton County, W.Va., 7 
miles west of Franklin on Route 33. on road bank. Elevation 2,000 feet; 
slope 6:1, Calvin subsoil, severe erosion, season very dry. Plant vigorous, 
54 inches diameter, seed production heavy. 



176 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



314845 to 314846— Continued 

314846. BN-13549-64. Original collection Allegany County, Md., 4 miles 
north of Old Town, on road bank. Elevation 1,000 feet; Lehece soil, very 
low fertility, pH 5.0. 

314847 to 314885. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Department of 
Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received May 17, 1966. 

314847 t > 314855. Glycine javanica L. Leguminosae. 

314847. B/58/116. Port Elizabeth. 



314848. 


B/62/1. 


Dohne Res. Sta. 


8 .4849. 


U/50/186. 


Mazoe, Rhodesia. 


314850. 


U/55/31. 


Choma, North Rhodesia. 


314851. 


U/61/139. 


Tanganyika. 


314852. 


U/61/146. 


South Rhodesia Grasslands selection. 


314853. 


U/61/147. 


South Rhodesia Ex Melsetter. 


314854. 


U/61/148. 


South Rhodesia Norvals special. 


314855. 


U/61/149. 


South Rhodesia. Causeway. 


314856 to 314878. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hub 
Moss Gramineae. 


314856. 


B/53/29. 


Wassenaar. 


314857. 


B/53/223. 


Dohne. 


314858. 


B/56/19. 


Rietvlei. 


314859. 


B/57/195. 


Sutherland, C.P. 


314860. 


B/57/197. 


Pietersburg. 


314861. 


B/57/199. 


Turner. 


314862. 


B/57/201. 


S.T.T. 


314863. 


B/57/202. 


Haenertsburg. 


314864. 


B/59/26. 


St. Lucia lake, Zululand. 


314865. 


B/59/39. 


Lydenburg. 


314866. 


B/59/48. 


Rietondale. 


314867. 


B/59/49. 


N. Gamiland. 


314868. 


B/59/54. 


Zambesi River. Kazungula strain. 


314869. 
314870. 


B/59/61. 
B/59/122. 


Whylliespoort. 
Kabulabula strain. 


314871. 


U/59/33. 


Katambora. Tanganyika. 


314872. 
314873. 


U/59/36. 

U/59/42. 


Kenya. 
East Africa. 


314874. 
314875. 


U/59/45. 
U/59/46. 


Thomsonsfalls. Kenya. 
Bua River. Nyasaland. 


314876. 
314877. 


U/59/47. 
U/59/47. 


North Kenya. 
Marsabit, Kenya. 


314878. 


U/59/51. 


Bechuanaland. 


314879 to 314884. Setaria sphacelata var. stolonifera De Wit 


314879. 


B/59/15. 


Hammanskraal. 


314880. 


B/59/23. 


Vereeniging. 



Millet. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 177 

314847 to 314885— Continued 
314879 to 314884— Continued 

314881. B59/37. Newcastle, Natal. 

314882. B/59/40. Balfour. 

314883. B/59/45. Leeuwfontein P.T.A. 

314884. B/59/58. Mafeking. 
314885. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

U/61/140. Kawanda, Tanganyika. 

314886. Urochloa mosambicensis (Hack.) Dandy Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Plants presented by P. G. Stewart, 
Umfolozi Game Reserve, Mtubatuba. Received May 18, 1966. 

Col. No. 439. 

314887 to 314889. 

From Poland. Seeds presented by Institute for Plant Improvement and 
Adaptation, Warsaw. Received May 18, 1966. 

314887. Vicia pisiformis L. Leguminosae. 

314888. Vicia sylvatica L. 

314889. Vicia sp. 

314890 to 314892. 

From the United States. Plants growing at Regional Plant Introduction 
Station, Pullman, Wash. Received May 18, 1966. 

314890. Monardella odoratissima Benth. Labiatae. 

Col. No. 8-M. Bozeman, Mont., 40 miles west. Dry roadside; grassland 
association. Plant aromatic, flowers very attractive, requires little culture. 

314891. Prunus virginiana var. demissa (Torr. & Gray) Torr. Rosaceae. 

Western chokecherry 

Col. No. M-9. John Day, Oreg., 3 miles east. Dry roadside. Excellent 
form, hardy, good fruit production. 

314892. Sorbus scopulina Greene Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 7-M. North Idaho. West side of Priest Lake near mouth of 
Granite Creek. Associated plants Vaccinium, Thuja, Abies. Plant many 
stemmed, symmetrical, good form, to 12 feet high, hardy. Fruit dark 
orange. Good seasonal color. 

314893 to 314900. A^achis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From Nigeria. Seeds presented by Agricultural Research Station, Mokwa. 
Received May 18, 1966. 

314893. B 187/1. Georgia bunch (hybrid), seeds large. Originally from 
Georgia in 1952. 

314894. GBS 207-3-1. Georgia bunch (hybrid), seeds small. Originally 
from Georgia in 1952. 

314895. Spanish 205. Spanish bunch. Originally from the United States 
in 1950. 

314896. Toro. Valencia bunch. Originally from Nigeria. 

314897. Galadi. Jumbo runner. Originally from Nigeria. 

314898. Virginia bunch, seeds large. Originally from Italy in 1961. 

314899. TBS 602. Natal runner, seeds medium large. Unusual Nigerian 
runner. 



178 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314893 to 314900— Continued 

314900. G 153. Castle Cary bunch. Originally from India in 1957. Has 
yielded very well in Nigeria at widely different sites. 

314901. Setaria chevalieri Stapf & Hubb. Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Department of 
Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received May 18, 1966. 

Col. No. 306. Lone Creek Falls, 5 miles northeast of Sabie, Transvaal. 
Perennial bunch grass; to 8 feet high. 

314902 to 314906. 

From Costa Rica. Seeds presented by Albert P. Lorz, United States Agency 
for International Development, University of Florida Contract, San Jose. 
Received May 18, 1966. 

314902. Phaseolus lunatus L. Leguminosae. Lima bean. 

Red seeded, viny perennial, wild. 

314903 and 314904. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Common bean. 

314903. 'Cubaces Suaves'. Market in San Jose. 

314904. 'Cubaces Suaves'. Market in San Jose. Selected offtypes of 
P.I.314903. 

314905. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 
'Santa Elene 626'. National Seed Production, Coycacan, D.F. 

314906. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. Cowpea. 
No. 45. Purple Hull Blackeye type. 

314907. Cymbopogon citratus (Dc.) Stapf Gramineae. 

Lemongrass. 

From the U. S. Virgin Islands. Plants presented by Virgin Islands 
Agricultural Research and Extension Program, Kingshill, St. Croix. 
Numbered May 18, 1966. 

314908. Tripsacum laxum Nash Gramineae. Guatemalagrass. 

From the United States. Plants presented by Auburn University, Auburn, 
Alabama. Numbered May 18, 1966. 

314909 to 314926. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Rhodesia. Seeds presented by Ministry of Agriculture, Salisbury. 
Numbered May 19, 1966. 

314909. No. 1. 'Kafue'. Lee X Selkirk. Good baking. 

314910. No. 2. 'Marodzi'. X7-50 (Angola) X Kenltana-Yagui. 

314911. No. 3. 'Ngesi'. X7-50 (Angola) X Kenltana-Yagui. 

314912. No. 4. 'Mazoe'. Natural hybrid (GABO). 

314913. No. 5. 'Umfuli'. Kafue X S29A1. Good baking. 

314914. No. 6. 'Hunyani'. Kafue X S29A1. Good baking. 

314915. No. 7. 'Lundi'. Short Italian (Ex. Denmark) X Kafue. Good 
baking. 

314916. No. 8. 'Sebakwe'. Short Italian (Ex. Denmark) X Kafue. 
Good baking. 

314917. No. 9. 'Njomane'. Marodzi X F430 (N.D.) Good baking. 

314918. No. 10. 'Umniati'. S29A1 x F573 (Mex.) Semidwarf. 

314919. No. 11. 'Wengi'. F260A1-S29A1 x F430 (N.D.). 



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179 



314921. 


No. 


13. 


314922. 


No. 


14. 


314923. 


No. 


15. 


314924. 


No. 


16. 


314925. 


No. 


17. 


314926. 


No. 


18 



314909 to 314926—Continued 

314920. No. 12. 'Zambezi'. P.M.17 (Ex. Dr. Borlaug) X F430 (N.D.). 

S13A1. Selkirk X Lee. Good baking. 

H123A1. F260A1 x S29A1. 

S723A1B2. F573 (Mex). X Mazoe. Dwarf. 

S94SA1. Lundi X S723A1. Dwarf. 

S951A5A1. S 723A1 x F430 (N.D.) Dwarf. 

F430. NO.509.1.S.W.R.N.1959. Lee X N.D. 74. 
Excellent baking. 

314927 to 314939. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the 
Botanical Garden, Stavropol. Received May 19, 1966. 

314927. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. Gramineae. 

Standard wheatgrass. 

Elymus giganteus Vahl Gramineae. Siberian wildrye. 

Kochia prostrata (L.) Schrad. Chenopodiaceae. 

Lotus caucasicus Kuprian Leguminosae. 

Onobrychis iberica Grossh. Leguminosae. 

Poa longifolia Trin. Gramineae. 

POA NEMORALIS L. 

Trifolium alpestre L. Leguminosae. 
Trifolium fragiferum L. 
Trifolium repens L. 



314928. 
314929. 
314930. 
314931. 
314932. 
314933. 
314934. 
314935. 
314936. 

No. 1. 
314937. 

No. 2. 
314938. 
314939. 



Wood bluegrass. 

Purple globe clover. 

Strawberry clover. 

White clover. 



Trifolium pratense L. 



Red clover. 



Trifolium sp. 
(Undetermined.) 



Gramineae. 



314940 to 314959. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by the Department of 
Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received May 4, 1966. 

314940. 'Betmark'. 314950. 'Kleintrou'. 

314941. 'Daeraad'. 314951. 'Koalisie'. 

314942. 'Delta'. 314952. 'Lalkasarwali'. 

314943. T>romedaris\ 314953. 'Losper'. 

314944. 'Flameks'. 314954. 'Penkop'. 

314945. 'Gluretty'. 314955. 'Punjab'. 

314946. 'Goudveld'. 314956. 'Red Victory'. 

314947. 'Hoopvol'. 314957. 'Sonop'. 

314948. 'Impala'. 314958. 'Union 52'. 

314949. 'Kenia Sokkies'. 314959. 'Wolkoring'. 

314960. Cynara scolymus L. Compositae. Globe artichoke. 

From Great Britian. Plants presented by F.A. Secrett Ltd., Hurst Farm, 
Milford, Godalming, Surrey, England. Received May 26, 1966. 

'Vert de Laon'. 



180 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

314961. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Cuttings presented by the South African 
Sugar Association, Mount Edgecombe, Natal. Received May 27, 1966. 

'N.51/539. 

314962. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Honduras. Seeds presented by the American Embassy, Tegucigalpa. 
Received May 31, 1966. 

'Sintetico Tuxpeno'. 

314963. Phalaris aquatica L. Gramineae. 

Large canarygrass. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Soil Conservation Authority, Kew, 
Victoria. Received June 1, 1966. 

'Seedmaster'. Nonshattering strain from Brunnings Proprietary Limited, 
Melbourne. 

314964. Secale cereale L. Gramineae. Rye. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Ake Boklin, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Re- 
ceived June 1, 1966. 

'Gayerovo'. 

314965 to 314967. 

From Fiji. Cuttings presented by the South Pacific Sugar Mills Limited, 
Lautoka. Received May 31, 1966. 

314965 and 314966. Miscanthus floridulus (Labill.) Warb. Gramineae. 

314965. 'Fiji 36'. 

314966. 'Fiji 71'. 

314967. Saccharum officinarum L. Gramineae. 
'Fiji 63\ 

314968 to 314970. Humulus LUPULUS L. Moraceae. 

Common hop. 

From New Zealand. Plants presented by the Hop Research Station, Riwaka, 
Nelson. Received June 2, 1966. 

314968. 'Calicross'. 'Californian' X 'Fuggle'. Vine coarse, olive green, 
faintly striped. Laterals long, from top half of vine. Leaves large, five 
lobed, dark green. Cones single, large, green, medium firm, ovate, taper 
to point. Strig thick. Lupulin content average. 

314969. 'First Choice'. 'Californian' X unknown. Vine fine, yellowish 
green, faintly striped. Lateral long, from top half of vine. Leaves 
medium, 5 to 7 lobed, greyish-green. Cones densely clustered, medium 
size, yellowish green, firm, ovate, tip inclined to open. Strig thin. 
Lupulin content high. 

314970. 'Smooth Cone'. 'Californian' X unknown. Vine fine, olive green, 
red striped. Laterals long, from top two-thirds of vine. Leaves medium 
small, 3 to 5 lobed, green. Cones single, medium large, pale green, very 
firm, long oblong, pointed, often slightly crescent, lightly, longitudinally 
furrowed. Strig medium thick. Lupulin content high. 

314971 to 314972. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by Institute of Plant Breeding, 
Wageningen. Received June 7, 1966. 

314971. Autonomia B. Semiwinter wheat. 

314972. Novi Sad 277. Winter wheat. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 181 

314973. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. Strawberry. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Plants presented by the Fruit and Food 
Technology Research Institute, Stellenbosch, Cape Province. Received 
June 8, 1966. 

'Klaradyn'. 

314974 to 314976. 

From Costa Rica. Seeds collected by E. P. Imle, American Cocoa Research 
Institute, Washington, D. C. Received June 10, 1966. 

314974. Citrus reticulata Blanco Rutaceae. Mandarin orange. 

Col. No. 133. 'Mandarina'. Seven miles south of San Isidro del General. 
Large; skin rough; flavor good; low acidity. 

314975 Rubus sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. 131. Pan American Highway, south of Cartago. Elevation 
9,000 feet. Wild blackberry. 

314976. Rubus sp. 

Col. No. 132. Pan American Highway, south of Cartago. Elevation 
10,000 feet. Wild blackberry. 

314977 to 314979. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From Mauritius. Cuttings presented by the Mauritius Sugar Industry Re- 
search Institute, Reduit. Received June 10, 1966. 

314977. M99/48. 

314978. M100/58. 

314979. M409/51. 

314980. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 10, 1966. 

VNIIMK 433 ( VIR 263) . Krasnodar Territory. 
314981 to 315006. 

From India. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Indian 
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received June 10, 1966. 

314981 and 314982. Cenchrus ciliaris L. Gramineae. Buffelgrass. 

314981. Tusa Giant Anjan\ 

314982. Tusa White Anjan'. 

314983. Desmodium intortum (Mill.) Urb. Leguminosae. 
E.C. 28874. 

314984. Glycine javanica L. Leguminosae. 
E.C. 28916. 

314985 to 314988. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Soybean. 

314985. I.C. 193. 314987. I.C. 210. 

314986. I.C. 206. 314988. I.C. 573. 

314989 to 314991. Gossypium hirsutum L. Malvaceae. Upland cotton. 

314989. H. 14. 

314990. L.L. 54. 

314991. 320F. 



182 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



314981 to 315006— Continued 

314992. Melilotus indica (L.) All. Leguminosae. 

Annual yellow sweetclover. 

I.W. 1560 A. Yellow flowered. 

314993. Panicum antidotale Retz. Gramineae. Blue panicgrass. 
E.C. 9702. 

314994. Pennisetum orientale L. C. Rich. Gramineae. 
(Tetraploid). 

314995. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. Leguminosae. 
E.C. 27614. 

314996 to 314998. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

314996. N.P. 3. 

314997. N.P. 6. 

314998. N.P. 29. 

314999 to 315001. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. 

314999. I.S. 1054. M-35-1. 

315000. I.S. 2243. PJ-4K. 

315001. I.S. 3422. PJ-8K. 
315002. Stizolobium sp. Leguminosae. 

I.C. 1841. 

315003 to 315006. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

315003. 'Amarillo de Cuba'. 315005. 

315004. 'BASF. 315006. 

315007 to 315033. 

From Peru. Seeds collected by P. G. Smith, University of California, Davis. 
Received June 10, 1966. 

315007. Capsicum annuum L. Solanaceae. Pimento. 

Col. No. SA66-40. Common from Km. 110 to Bagua along road from 
Olmos. 

315008 to 315031. Capsicum chinense Jacq. 

315008. Col. No. SA66-1. 'Miscucho'. Viru. Fruit red, top shaped, to 
5 cm. long. 

315009. Col. No. SA66-2. 'Miscucho'. Viru. Fruit orange-yellow, top 
shaped, to 4 cm. long. 

315010. Col. No. SA66-8B. Viru. Fruit chocolate brown, to 12 cm. 



'Camp Al' 
K.T. 41. 



long. 
315011. 
315012. 
315013. 

315014. 

long. 

315015. 



Col. No. SA66-8C. Viru. Fruit red, to 12 cm. long. 
Col. No. SA66-8D. Viru. Fruifr chocolate brown, to 6 cm. long. 
Col. No. SA66-8E. Viru. Fruit red, to 20 cm. long, slender. 
Col. No. SA66-9. Chimbote. Fruit chocolate brown, to 6 cm. 

Col. No. SA66-9A. Tanco\ 358 km. north of Lima. Fruit 



chocolate colored, to 13 cm. long. 

315016. Col. No. SA66-10. 'Paringo'. Chiclayo. Fruit top shaped, to 
7 cm. long. Resistant to powdery mildew, Erysiphe. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 183 

315007 to 315033— Continued 
315008 to 315031— Continued 

315017. Col. No. SA66-10A. Chimbote. Fruit chocolate brown, to 8 
cm. long. 

315018. Col. No. SA66-10B. Chimbote. Fruit red, to 10 cm. long. 

315019. Col. No. SA66-17A. 'Limo'. Pacasmayo. Fruit yellow, top 
shaped, to 6 cm. 

315020. Col. No. SA66-17B. 'Limo'. Pacasmayo. Mixture of fruit of 
various shapes and colors. 

315021. Col. No. SA66-23. Chimbote. Fruit red, to 20 cm. long. 

315022. Col. No. SA66-24. Km. 280, road from Bagua to Chachapoyas, 
fruit orange, elongate, 4 cm. long. 

315023. Col. No. SA66-25. 'Mishme\ Km. 331, road from Bagua to 
Chachapoyas. Fruit orange, top shaped. 

315024. Col. No. SA66-26. Km. 350, road from Bagua to Chachapoyas. 

315025. Col. No. SA66-27. Km. 350, road from Bagua to Chachapoyas. 
Fruit light yellow, to 6 cm. long. 

315026. Col. No. SA66-28. Km. 350, road from Bagua to Chachapoyas. 
Fruit yellow, top shaped, to 2 cm, 

315027. Col. No. SA66-29. Km. 359, road to Bagua to Chachapoyas. 
Fruit yellow, top shaped, to 3 cm. 

315028. Col. No. SA66-30. Km. 389, road from Bagua to Chachapoyas. 
Fruit orange, top shaped, to 5 cm. long. 

315029. Col. No. SA66-32. 'Mishme'. Km. 344, on road between 
Cajamarca and Chachapoyas. 

315030. Col. No. SA66-33. Km. 375, road between Cajamarca and 
Chachapoyas. 

315031. Col. No. SA66-37. 'Mishme. Km. 354, road from Cajamarca 
to Chachapoyas. Fruit red, to 5 cm. long. 

315032. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. PV66-2. In yard near Quillabamba, north of Cuzco. Mixture of 
seed types not found in North American bean varieties. 

315033. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. PV66-1. Wild along bank of Rio Maranon at Balsas, Ca- 
jamarca-Chachapoyas road. Looked like wild Phaseolus vulgaris. Only 3 
seeds found. 

315034 to 315045. 

From Japan. Seeds collected by Frank Doleshy, Seattle, Wash. Received 
June 10, 1966. 

315034 and 315035. Rhododendron brachycarpum D. Don ex G. Don 
Ericaceae. Fujiyama rhododendron. 

315034. No. 13. Lower slopes of Mt. Shirane, above Kusatsu, Gumma 
Prefecture. Elevation 1,450 meters. 

315035. No. 15. Lower slopes of Mt. Shirane, above Kusatsu, Gumma 
Prefecture. Elevation 1,700 meters. 

315036. Rhododendron degronianum Carr. 

No. 12. Lower slopes of Mt. Shirane, above Kusatsu, Gumma Prefecture. 
Elevation 1,450 meters. 



184 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315034 to 315045— Continued 

315037. Rhododendron japonicum (Grady) Schneid. 

No. 14. Above Kusatsu. In larch woodland, apparently reforested. 
Elevation 1,240 meters. 

315038. Rhododendron keiskei Miquel. 

No. 6. In habitat, Iwaya Hill, north of Kyoto. Elevation 600 meters. 
Undershrub to about 33 cm. high in open spaces between plants of R. 
metternichii. 

315039. Rhododendron kiusianum Makino 

No. 8. In habitat, Ebino, Kirishima Mountains, Kyushu. Elevation 
1,250 meters. Plants compact, to 70 cm. high. 

315040 to 315042. Rhododendron makinoi Tagg. 

315040. No. 1. Temple Garden, Mt. Horai, Aichi Prefecture, Honshu. 
Elevation 360 meters. Probably transplanted from habitat higher on 
mountain. 

315041. No. 3. In habitat, Mt. Horai, Aichi Prefecture, Honshu. Ele- 
vation 550 meters. Steep cast slope. 

315042. No. 4. Ornamental planting. Horaiji Village. Elevation 200 
meters. 

315043. Rhododendron metternichii Sieb. & Zucc. 

Leatherleaf rhododendron. 

No. 5. In habitat, Iwaya Hill, north of Kyoto. Elevation 600 meters. 
From dense, healthy shrubs growing to 4 meters high, in stony soil at top 
of hill. 

315044 and 315045. Rhododendron yakusimanum Nakai 

315044. No. 9. In habitat. Elevation 1,720 meters. Wooded ridge of 
Kuromi-dake. 

315045. No. 10. In habitat. Elevation 1,836 meters. Upper ridge to 
summit of Kuromi-dake. 

315046 and 315047. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and 
Museum, Berlin. Received June 10, 1966. 

315046. Cyclamen africanum Boiss. & Reut. Primulaceae. 

315047. Cyclamen graecum Link. 

315048 and 315049. 

From the United States. Seeds grown by Robert Ornduff, University of 
California, Berkeley. Received June 10, 1966. 

315048. Limnanthes macounii Trel. Limnanthaceae. 

Progeny plants grown from seed collected at Uplands Park, Victoria, B.C. 

315049. Limnanthes sp. 

Scattered populations in Sonoma County, Calif. Late flowering. 

315050 to 315055. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by E. E. Terrell, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Received June 10, 1966. 

315050. Leavenworthia torulosa A. Gray ex Chapm. Cruciferae. 

Col. No. 3958. Williamson County, Tenn., 2.8 miles southeast of Kirk- 
land. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 185 

315050 to 315055— Continued 

315051 and 315052. Lesquerella densipila Rollins Cruciferae. 

315051. Field J /4 mile south of Kirkland, Williamson County, Tenn. 

315052. Col. No. 3957. Field behind restaurant at Horton State Park, 
Marshall County, Tenn. 

315053. Lesquerella lescurii (A. Gray) S. Wats. 

Col. No. 3959. Cheatham County, Tenn., r k mile east of Cheatham Dam. 

315054. Lesquerella perforata Rollins 

Field behind Market Basket supermarket, west of Lebanon, Wilson 
County, Tenn. 

315055. Lesquerella stonensis Rollins 

Field 4.8 miles northwest of Walterhill, Rutherford County, Tenn. 

315056 to 315059. 

From Greece. Seeds presented by Botanical Garden of the University of 
Athens. Received June 10, 1966. 

315056. Dianthus banaticus Heuff. ex Griseb. & Schenk Caryophylla- 
ceae. 

315057. Dianthus noeanus Boiss. 

315058. Dianthus plumarius L. 

315059. Quamoclit coccinea (L.) Moench. Convolvulaceae. 

Scarlet starglory. 

315060 to 315063. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Botanical Garden of the University of 
Saarlandes, Saarbrucken. Received June 10, 1966. 

315060. Cyclamen africanum Boiss. & Reut. Primulaceae. 
315061 and 315062. Cyclamen neapolitanum Tenore 

315061. No. 1. 

315062. No. 2. 

315063. Cyclamen purpurascens Mill. 

315064. Pyrus sp. Malvaceae. 

From Poland. Scions presented by the Research Institute of Pomology, 
Skierniewice. Received March 22, 1966. Numbered June 10, 1966. 

'Hang-pa-li\ 

315065 to 315094. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Botanical 
Gardens in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan through All-Union Institute of 
Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 10, 1966. 

315065. Agropyron trichophorum (Link) Richt. Gramineae. 

315066. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Crested wheatgrass. 

315067. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

315068. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. 

Standard wheatgrass. 

315069. Agrostis alba L. Gramineae. Redtop. 

315070. Astragalus cicer L. Leguminosae. 

315071. Astragalus falcatus Lam. Leguminosae. 



186 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315065 to 315094— Continued 

315072. Bromus cf. riparius Rehm. Gramineae. 

315073. F -^ riparius Rehm. 

315074. Dac_ . lis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

315075. Echinochloa crusgalli var. frumentacea (Roxb.) W. F. Wight 
Gramineae. 

315076. Echinochloa sp. 
'Poltava 38'. 

315077. Elaeagnus angustifolia L. Elaeagnaceae. 
No. 695. 

315078. Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb. 
No. 1487. 

315079. Elymus giganteus Vahl Gramineae. 
No. 557. 

315080. Elymus junceus Fisch. 

315081. Festuca beckeri (Hack.) Fedtsch. Gramineae. 

315082. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. 

315083. Onobrychis altissima Grossh. Leguminosae. 

315084. Onobrychis arenaria DC. 

315085. Onobrychis iberica Grossh. 

315086. Ononis arvensis L. Leguminosae. 

315087. Ornithopus sativus Brot. Leguminosae. 

SETARIA ITALICA SSp. MAXIMA 



315088 to 315090 

Gramineae. 



Russian-olive. 

Autumn elaeagnus. 

Siberian wildrye. 

Russian wildrye. 

Birdsfoot trefoil. 

Sandy esparcet. 



Serradella. 

Dekapr. & Kasp. 



315088. 
315089. 
315090. 



'Harkovskaja'. 
'Kamalinskaja 8'. 
'Poltavskaja*. 



315091. Echinochloa crusgalli var. frumentacea (Roxb.) W. F. Wight 
Gramineae. 

315092. Trifolium canescens Willd. Leguminosae. 

315093. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

315094. Trifolium rubens L. 

315095 to 315143. 

From Great Britain. Seeds purchased by Northview Nursery, Amber, 
Pennsylvania from Maxwell and Beale Nursery, Wimborn, Dorset. 
Numbered June 10, 1966. 

315095 to 315102. Calluna vulgaris (L.) Salisb. Ericaceae. Heather. 

315095. 'Alba Rigida\ 

315096. 'E Hoare'. 

315097. 'Hammondii Aureafolia'. 

315098. 'Hiemalis'. 

315099. 'Kit Hill'. 

315100. 'Kynanca'. 

315101. 'Searlei Grandiflora'. 

315102. 'Tricolor'. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



187 



L5095 to 315143— Continued 




315103. Daboecia cantabrica (Huds.) Koch. Ericaceae. 


'Praegerae'. 




315104 and 315105. Erica australis L. Ericaceae. 


315104. 




315105. 'Mr. Robert'. 




315106 to 315108. Erica carnea L. 


Spring heath 


315106. 'Rosy Gem'. 




315107. Thomas Kingscote'. 




315108. 'Urville'. 




315109 to 315120. Erica cinerea L. 


Twisted heath. 


315109. 'C. G. Best'. 315115. 


'Janet'. 


315110. 'Cherry Stevens'. 315116. 


'Joyce Burfitt'. 


315111. 'Domino'. 315117. 


'Lilacina'. 


315112. 'Eden Valley'. 315118. 


'P. S. Patrick'. 


315113. 'Frances'. 315119. 


'Startler'. 


351114. 'G. Osmond'. 315120. 


'Velvet Night'. 


315121 and 315122. Erica mackaii Hook. 




315121. 'Lawsoniana'. 




315122. 'Plena'. 




315123 to 315130. Erica mediterranea L. 


Biscay heath. 



315123. 'Dawn'. 315127. 'H. Maxwell'. 

315124. 'F.White'. 315128. 'Nana'. 

315125. 'Gwen'. 315129. 'Nana Alba'. 

315126. 'Hibernica Brightness'. 315130. 'W. G. Notely'. 



315131. Erica terminalis Salisb. 
315132 and 315133. Erica tetralix L. 

315132. 'Mary Grace'. 

315133. 'Praecox Alba'. 
315134 to 315140. Erica vagans L. 

315134. 'Alba'. 315138. 

315135. 'Carnea'. 315139. 

315136. 'Grandiflora'. 315140. 

315137. 'Kevernensis Alba'. 

315141. Erica verticillata Forskal 

315142. Pernettya mucronata (L.f.) Gaud, ex Don 



'Bells Seedling'. 
315143. Pieris (hybrid) Ericaceae. 
315144 to 315146. SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L. 



Crossleaf heath. 



Cornish heath. 



Nana'. 

Pallida' 

Rubra'. 



Ericaceae. 
Broadleaf pernettya. 



Solanaceae. 



From the Netherlands. 
June 15, 1966. 



Tubers presented by CEBECO, Hoofddorp. 



Potato. 

Received 



188 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315144 to 315146— Continued 

315144. CEBECO 5230-7. 

315145. CEBECO 59180-4. 

315146. CEBECO 60163-3. 

315147 to 315207. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased by Northview Nursery, Ambler, 
Pennsylvania from W. E. Th. Ingwersen, Limited, Suffolk. Numbered 
June 10, 1966. 

315147. Agapetes serpens (Wight) Sleumer Ericaceae. 

315148. Agapetes sp. 
'Ludgvan'. 

315149. Arabis blepharophylla Hook. & Arn. Cruciferae. 
315150 to 315152. Arabis caucasica Schlecht. 

315150. 'Coccinea'. 

315151. 'Flore Plena'. 

315152. 'Snow Flake'. 

315153. Arabis X kellereri Sunderm. 

315154 to 315167. Calluna vulgaris (L.) Salisb. Ericaceae. Heather. 
315154. 'Alba'. 

'Alba Tenella'. 

'Atrorubens'. (Alportii) 

'August Beauty'. 



315155. 
315156. 
315157. 
315158. 
315159. 
315160. 
315161. 
315162. 
315163. 
315164. 
315165. 
315166. 
315167. 



'Coccinea'. 

'C. W. Nix'. 

'David Eason'. 

'Hammondii Rubra'. (Bean) Rehd. 

'Hookstone'. 

'Joan Sparkes'. 

'Peter Sparkes'. 

'Rigida prostrata'. 

'Ruth Sparkes'. 

'Searlei Rubra'. 
315168. Daboecia azorica Tutin & E. F. Warb. Ericaceae. 
315169 and 315170. Daboecia cantabrica (Huds.) Koch. 

315169. 'Atropurpurea'. 

315170. 'Bicolor'. 

315171. Draba aizoides L. Cruciferae. 

315172. Draba lacaitae Boiss. 

315173. Draba polytricha Ledeb. 

315174. Draba stylaris J. Gay & Koch. 
315175 to 315179. Erica carnea L. Ericaceae. 

315175. 'C. J. Backhouse'. 315178. 

315176. 'Gracilis'. 315179. 

315177. 'Pallida'. 



Spring heath. 

'Prince of Wales'. 
'Queen of Spain'. 



Fringed heath. 



Twisted heath. 



Biscay heath. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 189 

315147 to 315207— Continued 

315180. Erica canaliculata Andr. 
315181 and 315182. Erica ciliaris L. 

315181. 'Camla'. 

315182. 'Mr. C. H. Gill'. 
315183 and 315184. Erica cinerea L. 

315183. 'Alba Major'. 

315184. 'Alba Minor'. 

315185. Erica glandulosa Thunb. 

315186. Erica mackaii Hook. 
'Plena'. 

315187 to 315192. Erica mediterranea L 

315187. 'Alba'. 

315188. 'Arthur Johnson'. 

315189. 'Daryleyensis'. 
315193. Erica scoparia L. 

'Nana'. 
315194 to 315197. Erica tetralix L. 

315194. 'L. E. Underwood'. 

315195. 'Pink Glow'. 
315198 to 315201. Erica vagans L. 

315198. 'Birch Glow'. 

315199. 'Diana Hornibrook'. 

315202. Erica veitchii Bean. 

315203. Pernettya mucronata (L. f) Gaud, ex Don Ericaceae. 

Broadleaf pernettya. 

'Alba'. 

315204. Pernettya prostrata var. pentlandii (DC.) Sleumer. 

315205. Pernettya tasmanica Hook. f. 

315206. Phyllodoce aleutica (Spreng.) Heller Ericaceae. 

Mountain heath. 

315207. Pieris forrestii Harrow ex W. W. Sm. Ericaceae. 
315208 to 315212. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction 
Officer, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Re- 
ceived June 28, 1966. 

315208. Cucumis angolensis Hook f. ex Cogn. Cucurbitaceae. 

Originally from South West Africa. Grown at Horticultural Research 
Institute, Pretoria. 

315209. Cucumis ficifolius A. Rich. 

Originally from South Africa. Grown at Horticultural Research Insti- 
tute, Pretoria. 



315190. 'F. White'. 

315191. 'Silberschmelz'. 

315192. 'Superba'. 



315196. 'Ruby's Variety'. 

315197. 'Silver Bells'. 

315199. 'Holden Pink'. 

315201. 'Pyrenees Pink'. 



315210. Cucumis hirsutus Sond. 
Collected Northern Zululand. 



190 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315208 to 315212— Continued 

315211. CUCUMIS PROPIIETARUM L. 

Originally from the Sudan. Grown at Horticultural Research Institute, 
Pretoria. 

315212. Cucumis zeyheri Sond. 
M66/296. Botanic Garden, Pretoria. 

315213. Ilex colchica Pojark. Aquifoliaceae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Hortus 
Socziensis Dendrarium, Soczi. Received June 28, 1966. 

315214. Thespesia lampas (Cav.) Dalz. & Gibs. Malvaceae. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received June 28, 1966. 

I.W. 1335. 

315215 to 315226. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Colombia. Scions presented by Estacion Experimental Agricola de 
Palmira. Numbered July 22, I960. 

Origin Amazonas. 

315215. PA 81. 
Origin Colombia. 

315216. SC 5. Angolcta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315217. SC 6. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315218. SC 13. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315219. SC24. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315220. SC 49. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315221. SC51. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315222. SC 55. Angoleta type. Good yielder. Self compatible. 

315223. SPA 17. 

315224. TSAN 792. Trinidad seedling Amazon. 

315225. TSAN 812. Trinidad seedling Amazon. 

315226. TSH 565. Trinidad selected hybrid No. 565. 

315227 to 315232. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Brazil. Scions presented by Cacao Experiment Station, Itabuna, Bahia. 
Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315227. Catongo. Origin Brazil. Forestero type; seeds white. Average 
yield of wet cacao 2.53 kilos. From mother tree. 

Origin Brazil. 

315228. SIAL8. 315231. SIAL 008. 

315229. SIAL 84. 315232. SIAL 325. 

315230. SIAL 070. 

315233 to 315273. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Costa Rica. Scions presented by Instituto Interamericana de Ciencias 
Agricolas, Turrialba. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

Origin Amazonas, Colombia. 

315233. APA 4. Amelonado type, medium size, greenish red. 



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191 



315233 to 315273— Continued 

315234. APA 5. Amelonado type, medium size, greenish white. 

315235. C 40. Origin Ghana. West African Cocoa Research Institute, 



Ibadan, Nigeria. 

Origin Costa Rica. 
Rica. 



Selections made at Centro de Cacao La Lola, Costa 



315236. CC 9. 

315237. CC 10. 

315238. CC 17. 

315239. CC 18. 



Cundeamor type, pod index 12.1, green; seeds small, purple. 
Amelonado type, pod index 7.3, green; seeds large, purple. 
Amelonado type, pod index 7.2, green; seeds large, purple. 
Amelonado type, pod index 5.0, green; seeds large, purple. 
Selections made at Instituto Interamericana de Ciencias 



Origin Costa Rica. 
Agricolas. 

315240. CC 39. Amelonado type, greenish white; seeds small, purple. A 
promising clone. 

315241. CC 40. Pure amelonado type, green; seeds small, purple. Self 
incompatible. 

315242. CC 41. Pure amelonado type, green; seeds small, purple. 

315243. CC 45. Cundeamor type, small, red, seeds purple. Fair clone. 

315244. CC 49. Amelonado type, green; seeds purple. 

315245. CC 54. Angoleta type, large, red; seeds large. Self compatible. 

315246. CC 56. Cundeamor type, red; seeds large. 

315247. CC 57. Angoleta type, red; seeds large. 

315248. CC 60. Angoleta type, red; seeds large. Self compatible. 

315249. CC 67. Angoleta type, green; seeds large. 

315250. CC 71. Cundeamor type, green; seeds large. 

315251. NA 34. 
Origin Trinidad. 

315252. ICS 29. 

315253. ICS 100. 
Origin Guatemala. 

315254. SGU 4. 

315255. SGU 26. 

315256. SGU 60. 



Criollo type. Tolerant to witches broom. 



315257. 
315258. 



SGU 63. 
SGU 82. 



Pod index 11.4. 



Pod index 7.3. 



Origin Brazil. Selections made at Instituto de Cacao da Bahia. 

315259. SIC 1. Amelonado type. Four year average yield of mother tree 
3.85 kilos dry seeds. Self compatible. Highly resistant to Ceratocystis 
fimbriata. 

315260. SIC 7. Amelonado type. Four year average yield of mother tree 
3.98 kilos dried seeds. 108 fruits per year. Self compatible. Highly 
resistant to Ceratocystis fimbriata. 

Origin Amazonas, Colombia. 

315261. SPA 4. Amelonado type, medium, greenish red. 

315262. SPA 5. Amelonado type, medium green. 

315263. SPA 7. Amelonado type, large, green; seeds small, violet. 

315264. SPA 9. Amelonado type, medium, greenish white; seeds medium, 
purple. Self compatible. Resistant to Certocystis fimbriata. 



192 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315233 to 315273— Continued 

315265. SPA 10. Amelonado type, large, green; seeds medium, violet. 

315266. SPA 11. Amelonado type, large, greenish white; seeds small, 
purple. 

315267. SPA 12. Amelonado type, medium, green; seeds medium violet. 

315268. TSH 644. Origin Trinidad. Trinidad selected hybrid No. 644. 
Origin Costa Rica. 

315269. UF 654. Received through Puerto Rico. 

315270. UF 242. Amelonado type, green. Resistant to flowery type cush- 
ion gall. Self compatible. 

315271. UF 273. Amelonado type, red. Resistant to flowery type cushion 
gall. Self compatible. 

315272. UF 668. Angoleta type, pod index 8.9, green, warty; seeds large, 
pale, good yield. Susceptible to black pod. Easy rooting. 

315273. UF 672. Angoleta type, pink; seeds large, clear. 

315274 to 315304. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Ecuador. Scions presented by Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones 
Agropecuarias, Pichilingue. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315274. DR 1. Origin Indonesia. Susceptible to witches broom. 

315275. DR 38. Origin Indonesia. 

315276. EET 12. Origin Colombia. Selection C-2, Tr. 886, Colombia. 
Venezuelan criollo. 

Origin Ecuador. 

315277. EET 19. Selection Tenguel 15, Tenguel, Guayas. Venezuelan 
yellow, pod index 7.6. Average dry weight of seeds 1.7 grams. Self 
compatible. 

315278. EET 40. Santa Rosa 13. Nacional X Venezuelan yellow, Santa 
Rosa, Los Rios. Excellent yield. 

315279. EET 53. Santa Rosa 42. Nacional type, Santa Rosa, Los Rios. 

315280. EET 54. Santa Rosa 45. Venezuelan yellow, Santa Rosa, Los 
Rios. 

315281. EET 62. Porvenir 7. Venezuelan yellow, pod index 8.8, Porvenir, 
Los Rios. Average dry weight of beans 1.5 grams. Self compatible. 

315282. EET 67. San Antonio 1. Venezuelan yellow, San Antonio, Los 
Rios. 

315283. EET 72. Granja Vinces 8. Venezuelan yellow, Granja Vinces, 
Los Rios. 

315284. EET 75. Pretoria 1. Venezuelan yellow X Venezuelan purple, La 
Pretoria, Guayas. 

315285. EET 80. Santa Rosa 19. Venezuelan yellow, Santa Rosa, Los 
Rios. 

315286. EET 94. Tenguel 1. Venezuelan yellow, Tenguel, Guayas. Ex- 
cellent yield. 

315287. EET 95. Tenguel 33. Yellow, index 9.5. Average dry weight of 
seeds 1.4 grams. 

315288. EET 103. Tenguel 25. Nacional X Venezuelan yellow, pod index 
9 ; 0, Tenguel, Guayas. Average dry weight of seeds 1.3 grams. Suscep- 
tible to witches broom. 

315289. EET 134. Pajarito 2. Venezuelan purple, Pajarito, Los Rios. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 193 

315274 to 315304— Continued 

315290. EET 162. Curiquingue 2, pod index 8.4, Los Rios. Average dry 
weight of seeds 1.4 grams. Excellent yield. 

315291. EET 164. San Carlos 1. Nacional X Venezuelan yellow, San 
Carlos, Los Rios. 

315292. EET 228. Tenguel 54. Nacional X Venezuelan yellow, Tenguel, 
Guayas. 

315293. EET 283. Tenguel 17. Venezuelan yellow, Tenguel, Guayas. 

315294. EET 333. Silecia Archidona 5, Oriente. Resistant to witches 
broom. Self compatible. 

315295. EET 353. Tr. 1702. 

315296. EET 364. Selection Patologia 7682, Department Patologia, Pich- 
ilingue. 

315297. EET 376. Hybrid 1831, Department Patologia, Pichilingue. 

315298. EET 381. Hybrid 1970, Department Patologia, Pichilingue. 

315299. EET 390. Hybrid 2166, Department Patologia, Pichilingue. 

315300. EET 395. Silecia 8, Silecia Archidona, Oriente. Resistant to 
witches broom. Self incompatible. 

315301. EET 399. Selection 7811, Department Patologia, Pichilingue. 
Open-pollinated seedling of Silecia 1. Some resistance to witches broom. 

315302. EET 400. Selection 7818, Department Patologia, Pichilingue. 
Open-pollinated seedling of Silecia 1. Some resistance to witches broom. 

315303. G 8. Origin Indonesia. Tolerant to witches broom. 

315304. Silecia 1. Origin Ecuador. Index 5.8. Average dry weight of 
dry seeds 2.8 grams. Resistant to witches broom. 

315305 to 315313. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Great Britain. Scions presented by Royal Botanical Garden, Kew. 
Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315305. PA 5. 315308. PA 41. 

315306. PA 15. 315309. PA 44. 

315307. PA 16. 315310. SCA 11. 
Origin Amazonas. 

315311. Pound 19. 

315312. Pound 20. 

315313. Pound 32. 

315314. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Grenada. Scions presented by Cacao Industry Improvement Scheme, 
Grenville. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

GS 7. Origin Grenada. 

315315 to 315322. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Guatemala. Scions presented by Los Brilliantes Experiment Station, 
Retalhuleu. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315315. ICS 8. Origin Trinidad. Trinitario type; seeds large; high yield. 
Self compatible, fairly homozygous. Susceptible to witches broom. 

315316. 34 R. Origin Mexico. Selection made at Finca La Rioja, Tapa- 
chula, Chipapas, Mexico. Cundeamor type, greenish white; seeds violet. 
Mother tree yield over 6 kg. dried seeds per year. 

Origin Guatemala. 



194 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315315 to 315322— -Continued 

315317. SGU 3. Pod index 12.8. 315320. SGU 69. Pod index 6.7.. 

315318. SGU 50. Pod index 7.5. 315321. SGU 71. Pod index 7.6. 

315319. SGU 54. Pod index 9.9. 315322. SGU 89. Pod index 8.8. 

315323 and 315324. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Haiti. Scions presented by Haitian-American Development Corpora- 
tion, Port-Au-Prince. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315323. GA 11. Origin Haiti. Selection made in vicinity of Anse de 
Hainault, Haiti. White cotyledon type. 

315324. PA 13. Origin Haiti. 

315325. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Jamaica. Scions presented by Minister of Agriculture, Hope. Num- 
bered July 22, 1966. 

PA 150. Origin Amazonas. High yielder. Some resistance to witches 
broom. 

315326 to 315333. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From the Netherlands. Scions presented by Tropische Landbouw Plantenteelt, 
Wageningen. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

Origin Indonesia. 

315326. DR 2. Susceptible to witches broom. 

315327. DR 1 X DR 38. 

315328. GW 1. Origin Dutch New Guinea. Progeny from G X DR cross 
made at Wageningen. 

315329. M 4. Origin West Irian, Indonesia. 

315330. M 9. Origin Indonesia. 

315331. S 52. Origin Holland. 

315332. SM 2. Origin Sao Thome. 

315333. SNK 12. Origin Cameroon. Slightly self compatible. 

315334 and 315335. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Puerto Rico. Scions presented by Federal Experiment Station, Maya- 
guez. Numbered July 22, 1966. 

315334. ICS 98. Origin Trinidad. Trinitario type. Self compatible. 
Resistant to witches broom. Excellent parent. 

315335. UF 654. Origin Costa Rica. Trinitario angoleta, pink; seeds 
large, violet. High yielding. 

315336. Theobroma cacao L. Sterculiaceae. Cacao. 

From Trinidad. Scions presented by University of West Indies, St. Augustine. 
Numbered July 22, 1966. * 

Pound 11. Origin Amazonas. 
315337 to 315339. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. 

From Nigeria. Seeds presented by Institute for Agricultural Research, 
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Received June 16, 1966. 

315337. G 26-3-1. 

315338. SFF 60. 

315339. SK 5912. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 195 

315340 to 315350. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From New Zealand. Rooted plants presented by the Department of Scientific 
and Industrial Research, Auckland. Received May 27, 1966. Numbered 
June 16, 1966. 

315340. No. 56. 'Dayonneden'. Ifugae, Mountain Province Bayninan- 
Poitaan, Philippines. 

315341. No. 67. 'Dinalman/pukin'. Lohoang, Ifugae, Bublei-Liwang, 
Philippines. 

315342. No. 157. 'Qilin'. Sagada area, Philippines. New from Tadian. 

315343. No. 170. Manila, Philippines. 

315344. No. 191. Liquica, Portuguese Timor. 

315345. No. 221. 'Gura\ Hollandia, Netherlands New Guinea. 

315346. No. 279. 'Tababafata'. East Highlands, Namura, Territory of 
New Guinea. 

315347. No. 295. West Highlands, Kaugel V., Territory of New Guinea. 

315348. No. 357. Tuliligap, New Britain. 

315349. No. 366. 'Daxua'. Malaita, Solomon Islands. 

315350. No. 375. Santo, New Hebrides. 

315351. Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. Alfalfa. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by Agricultural Attache, Embassy of Spain, 
Washington, D.C. Received June 16, 1966. 

'San Isidore'. Grown for many years on saline soils in Albatera, Alicante. 

315352 to 315544 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 16, 1966. 

315352. Agropyron elongatum (Host) Beauv. Gramineae. 

Tall wheatgrass. 

No. 0-48240. Voronezh Region. 

315353 to 315355. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

315353. No. 81. Voronezh Region. 

315354. No. 64. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315355. No. 65. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315356 to 315360. Agropyron pectiniforme Roem. & Schult. 

315356. No. 33. Kalmykia. Wild. 

315357. No. 34. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315358. No. 35. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315359. No. 36. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315360. No. 78. Altai Territory. 

315361 to 315367. Agropyron sibiricum (Willd.) Beauv. 

Siberian wheatgrass. 

315361. No. 26. Daghestan. Wild. 

315362. No. 27. Kalmykia. Wild. 

315363. No. 28. Kalmykia. Wild. 

315364. No. 29. Kalmykia. Wild. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315352 to 315544— Continued 

315361 to 315367— Continued 

315365. No. 30. Kalmykia. Wild. 

315366. No. 31. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315367. No. 32. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315368. Agropyron tenerum Vasey. 
No. 79. Altai Territory. 

315369. Alopecurus pratensis L. Gramineae. 
No. 32973. Czechoslovakia. 

315370. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Preal Gramineae 
No. 91a. Altai Territory. 

315371. Bromus tomentosus Trin. Gramineae. 
No. 95. Altai Territory. 

315372. Bromus biebersteinii Roem. & Schult. 
No. 25. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315373. Bromus cappadocicus Boiss. & Bal. 
No. 93. Altai Territory. 

315374 to 315385. Bromus inermis Leyess. 

Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. 
Stavropol Territory. 
Krasnodar Territory. 
Krasnodar Territory. 
'Krasnodarskij NI\ 



Slender wheatgrass. 



Meadow foxtail. 



Tall oatgrass. 



Smooth bromegrass. 



No. 14. 
No. 15. 
No. 16. 
No. 20. 
No. 21. 
No. 22. 
No. 23. 
No. 24. 
No. 27538. 
No. 27539. 



315374. 

315375. 

315376. 

315377. 

315378. 

315379. 

315380. 

315381. 

315382. 

315383. 

315384. 

315385. 
315386 to 315394. 

315386. No. 1. 

315387. 

315388. 

315389. 

315390. 

315391. 

315392. 

315393. 

315394. 
315395 and 315396. 

315395. No. 10. 

315396. No. 12. 



Wild. 
Wild. 
Wild. 
Wild. 
Krasnodar Territory. 



Wild. 



Krasnodar Territory. 
Moldavia. Wild. 

< VIR-5\ Krasnodar Territory. 

Stavropol Territory. Wild. 



No. 27541. Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 
No. 0-47928. Semipalatinsk Region. Wild. 

Bromus riparius Rehm. 

Crimea. Wild. 

Stavropol Territory. 

Stavropol Territory. 

Stavropol Territory. 

Krasnodar Territory. 

Stavropol Territory. 

Stavropol Territory. 
VIR-1'. 
VIR-2\ 



No. 2. 
No. 3. 
No. 4. 
No. 5. 
No. 6. 
No. 7. 
No. 27534. 
No. 27535. 



Wild. 

Wild. 

Wild. 
Wild. 

Wild. 

Wild. 
Krasnodar Territory. 
Krasnodar Territory. 



Bromus variegatus Bieb. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 



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197 



315352 to 315544— Continued 

315397. Bromus riparius Rehm. 
No. 11. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315398. Bromus inermis Leyss. 
No. 13. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315399 to 315410. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. 
315399. No. 610. 'Zaami'. Uzbekistan. 

'Arbakeska'. Uzbekistan. 
'Sakar-palak'. Uzbekistan. 
'Kara-Kaun'. Uzbekistan. 
'Kara-pucak\ Uzbekistan. 
'Umyrvaki'. Uzbekistan. 
'Guliabi oranzevaja'. Uzbekistan. 
'Kok-kala-pos\ Uzbekistan. 
'Charentais'. France. 
'Zuccherino'. Italy. 
India. 
India. 
Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
'Dzegutinskaja'. Stavropol Territory 
'Majkonskaja'. Krasnodar Territory. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. 
Stavropol Territory. 
Stavropol Territory. 
'Krasnodarskaja 20'. 
Krasnodar Territory 
'Pervomajskaja'. 

'Unmskaja'. Krasnodar Territory. 
'Kutorskaja'. Krasnodar Territory. 
'Lening-radskaja 853'. Pavlovsk. 
Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 
Kabardiko-Balkaria. Wild. 
Semipalatinsk Region. Wild. 
315427 to 315429. Elymus sibiricus L. Gramineae. 

315427. No. 27868. Buriatia. 

315428. No. 29337. Krasnoyarsk Territory. Wild. 

315429. No. 34750. Mono- O lia. 

315430 to 315432. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae 

315430. No. 50. Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 

315431. No. 238881. 'Brakantia'. Holland province. 



Smooth bromegrass. 



Muskmelon. 



315400. 
315401. 
315402. 
315403. 
315404. 
315405. 
315406. 
315407. 
315408. 
315409. 
315410. 
315411 to 315426. 
315411. No. 37. 
315412. 
315413. 
315414. 
315415. 
315416. 
315417. 
315418. 
315419. 
315420. 
315421. 
315422. 
315423. 
315424. 
315425. 
315426. 



No. 1219. 
No. 2580. 
No. 3188. 
No. 3744. 
No. 3748. 
No. 3802. 
No. 3828. 
No. 5192. 
No. 5200. 
No. 5679. 
No. 5682. 



No. 38. 
No. 39. 
No. 40. 
No. 41. 
No. 42. 
No. 43. 
No. 46. 
No. 47. 
No. 27450. 
No. 27513. 
No. 27514. 
No. 27863. 
No. 28455. 
No. 32086. 
No. 34720. 



Orchardgrass. 



Wild. 
Wild. 
Wild. 

Krasnodar Territory. 
Wild. 
Krasnodar Territory. 



Tall fescue. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315352 to 315544— Continued 
315430 to 315432— Continued 

315432. No. 239864. England. 

315433 and 315434. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Tall fescue. 

315433. No. 62. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315434. No. 63. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
315435 to 315447. Festuca pratensis Huds. 

315435. No. 55. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315436. No. 56. Stavropol Territory. 

315437. No. 57. 'Krasnodarskaja 14'. 

315438. No. 58. Stavropol Territory. 

315439. No. 59. Stavropol Territory. 

315440. No. 60. Krasnodar Territory 

315441. No. 61. Rostov Reg-ion. Wild. 

315442. No. 22827. 'Leningradskaja 804'. Leningrad Region. 

315443. No. 27504. 'Stepnaja NI\ Krasnodar Territory. 

315444. No. 27505. 'Kubanskaja 2'. Krasnodar Territory. 

315445. No. 27505a. 'Stepnaja 3\ Krasnodar Territory. 

315446. No. 33529. 'Stavropolskij'. Stavropol Territory. 
No. 0-47946. Semipalatinsk Region. Wild. 



Wild. 

Krasnodar Territory. 
Wild. 
Wild. 
Wild. 



Red fescue. 



Birdsfoot trefoil. 



315447. 

315448. Festuca rubra L. 
No. 238884. Holland province. 

315449. Lotus caucasicus Kuprian Leguminosae. 
No. 44. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315450 to 315455. Lotus corniculatus L. 

315450. No. 45. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315451. No. 46. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315452. No. 47. Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 

315453. No. 28496. Leningrad Region. Wild. 

315454. No. 29436. Leningrad. Wild. 

315455. No. 31562. 'Gelsvus'. Lithuania. 
315456. Medicago (hybrid) Leguminosae. 

No. 30. (M. cocrulca X M. falcata). Kalmykia. Wild. 
315457 and 315458. Medicago cancellata Bieb. 

315457. No. 26. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315458. No. 28. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
315459 to 315462. Medicago coerulea Less! ex Ledeb. 

315459. No. 18. Daghestan. Wild. 

315460. No. 19. Mixed with M. polychroa. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315461. No. 20. Mixed with M. hcmicycla. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315462. No. 21. Mixed with M. hem icycla. Kalmykia. Wild. 
315463. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 

No. 29. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 



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199 



315352 to 315544— Continued 

315464 to 315466. Medicago coerulea Less, ex Ledeb. 

315464. No. 12822. Daghestan. Wild. 

315465. No. 19989. Grozny Region. Wild. 

315466. No. 0-46543. Daghestan. Wild. 
315467 to 315480. Medicago falcata L. 

315467. No. 11. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
No. 12. Kalmykia. Wild. 

No. 15. Mixed with M. hemicycla. Daghesta n. Wild. 
No. 13161. Rostov Region. Wild. 
No. 16409. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
No. 20630. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
No. 22382. 'Maikopskaja Leltaja'. Krasnodar Territory. 
No. 22506. 'Kubanskaja Leltaja'. 
No. 27723. Crimea. Wild. 
No. 29208. Krasnodar Territory. 
No. 29209. Krasnodar Territory. 
No. 0-46537. Stavropol Territory. 



315468. 
315469. 
315470. 
315471. 
315472. 
315473. 
315474. 
315475. 
315476. 
315477. 
315478. 
315479. 
315480. 



Krasnodar Territory. 

Wild. 
Wild. 

Wild. 



No. 0-46538. Kabardino-Balkaria. Wild. 

No. 0-46539. Mixed with M. hemicycla. Daghestan. Wild. 

315481. Medicago hemicycla Grossh. 

No. 0-39415. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315482. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 
No. 28045. North Ossetia. Wild. 

315483. Medicago polychroa Grossh. 
No. 29003. Daghestan. Wild. 

315484. Medicago sativa var. glutinosa (Bieb.) Urban. 
No. 30071. North Ossetia. Wild. 

315485. Medicago (hybrid) 

No. 0-39415. Mixture of M. falcata and M. glutinosa. Stavropol Terri- 
tory. Wild. 

315486 and 315487. Phalaris arundinacea L. Gramineae. 

Reed canarygrass. 

315486. No. 33923. The Ukraine. 

315487. No. 34003. Sverdlovsk Region. 

315488. Phleum phleoides (L.) Karst. Gramineae. 

No. 0-47950. Semipalatinsk Region. 
315489 and 315490. Phleum pratense L. 

315489. No. 10714. Pavlovsk. 

315490. No. 20257. Leningrad Region. 

315491. Agropyron mutabile Drobov Gramineae. 
No. 77. Altai Territory. 

315492. Agropyron caninum (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 
No. 0-48243. Voronezh Region. 



200 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



Small burnet. 



Strawberry clover. 



Alsike clover. 



315352 to 315544— Continued 

315493. Agropyron fibrosum Nevski Gramineae. 
No. 29277. Omsk Region. 

315494. Agropyron trachycaulum (Link) Malte. 
No. 25707. 'Morscanskij 996'. Tambov Region. 

315495. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. 
No. 48. Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 

315496. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. 
No. 43. Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 

315497 to 315503. Trifolium hybridum L. 

315497. No. 31. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315498. No. 39. Stavropol Territory. Wild. 

315499. No. 29919. 'Krasnorefimskij rozovyj N4\ 
Sverdlovsk Region. 

315500. No. 30987. '80-326/19'. Arkhangelsk Region 

315501. No. 31577. 'Daubiaj'. Lithuania. 

315502. No. 34589. 'Rausvaj'. Lithuania. 

315503. No. 34658. 'Rozovyj 78'. Latvian. 
315504 to 315540. Trifolium pratense L. 

Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Krasnodar Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
'Abadzehskij'. Krasnodar Territory. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
'Cerkesskij'. Stavropol Territory. 

'Hibinskij 1*. Murmansk Region. 

'Srednerusskij'. Orel Region. 

'Koniscevskij'. Jaroslaw. 

'Cujskij'. Kirgizia. 

'Sivorickij 416*. Leningrad Region. 

'Frunzenskij I\ Kirgizia. 

'Lembke'. Deutsches Democratic Republic. 

'Primorskij 28'. Primorski province. 

'Guberovskij'. Primorski province. 

'Ussrijskij kriazevoj'. Primorski province. 

Italy. 

'Dmitrievskij'. Kursk Region. 

'Jygeva 433'. Estonia. 

'Montgomery'. England. 

'Essex singlecut'. England. 

'Costwold Broad'. England. 



Red clover. 



315504. 
315505. 
315506. 
315507. 
315508. 
315509. 
315510. 
315511. 
315512. 
315513. 
315514. 
315515. 
315516. 
315517. 
315518. 
315519. 
315520. 
315521. 
315522. 
315523. 
315524. 
315525. 
315526. 
315527. 



No. 35. 
No. 36. 
No. 37. 
No. 38. 
No. 39. 
No. 40. 
No. 41. 
No. 42. 
No. 23473. 
No. 24631. 
No. 24653. 
No. 25748. 
No. 26047. 
No. 26702. 
No. 27406. 
No. 27669. 
No. 27737. 
No. 30731. 
No. 31355. 
No. 31819. 
No. 31868. 
No. 32119. 
No. 32122. 
No. 32125. 



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201 



315352 to 315544— Continued 
315504 to 315540— Continued 

315528. No. 32143. Tecerskij ulucsennyj'. 
No. 32644. 
No. 32772. 
No. 32809. 
No. 33102. 
No. 33538. 
No. 33588. 
No. 34293. 



315529. 
315530. 
315531. 
315532. 
315533. 
315534. 
315535. 
315536. 
315537. 
315538. 
315539. 
315540. 
315541 to 315544. 

315541. No. 33. 

315542. No. 34. 



No. 34294. 
No. 34296. 
No. 34300. 
No. 34471. 
No. 34622. 



Komi. 

'Merkeu'. Sweden. 

'Kacanovskij 14'. Pskov Region. 

'Medium'. Canada. 

'Abadzehskij mestnyj'. Krasnodar territory 

'Sofia 66'. Bulgaria. 

'Memmos'. Canada. 

'Essi IF. Sweden. 

'Gota'. Sweden. 

'Changins 56\ Switzerland. 

'Denfeld Monarh IV. Denmark. 

'Nosovskij'. The Ukraine. 

'Gloria mestuyj ulucsennyj'. 
Trifolium repens L. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 
Stavropol Territory. Wild. 



The Ukraine. 

White clover. 



'Gigant'. The Ukraine. 
'Jygeva 4'. Estonia. 



315543. No. 17760. 

315544. No. 27799. 

315545 to 315575. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived June 22, 1966. 

315545. Bromus erectus Huds. Gramineae. Meadow bromegrass. 
C.P.I. 26518. 

315546. Bromus unioloides HBK 

C.P.I. 25746. Slightly infected by rust. 
315547 and 315548. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

315547. N558. Katambora. 

315548. Q 654. Australian. 

315549. Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees Gramineae. 

Weeping lovegrass. 

C.P.I. 14369. Broader-leaved line, more palatable than 'Ermelo'. 

315550 to 315552. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae. 

Tall fescue. 



315550. C.P.I. 15301. 






315551. C.P.I. 18948. 






315552. C.P.I. 18954. 






315553. Lathyrus tingitanus L. 


Leguminosae. 




S23. 






315554. Lotus corniculatus L. 


Leguminosae. 


Birdsfoot trefoil. 


C.P.I. 27752. 'Sao Gabriel'. 







202 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315545 to 315575— Continued 

315555. Lotus hispidus Desf . 
C.P.I. 23289. 

315556. Lupinus pilosus Murr. Leguminosae. 
Western Australia. 1980— -one harvest. 

315557. Meoicago littoralis Rhode ex Loisel. Leguminosae. 

V 231. 'Harbinger'. 

315558 to 315560. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 

315558. 'Canberra Hay'. Bred line. 

315559. 'Canberra Creeping Rooted'. Bred line. 

315560. V 188. 'Hunter River Lucerne'. 

315561. Medicago truncatula Gaertn. 

V 232. 

315562. Paspalum commersonii Lam. Gramineae. 
C.P.I. 2696. 

315563. Paspalum dilatatum Poir. Dallisgrass. 

V 211. 

315564. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. Strawberry clover. 

V 214. 

315565 and 315566. Trifolium hirtum All. Rose clover. 

315565. 'Sirint'. 

315566. V 246. 'Kondinin'. 

315567. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

V 191. 'Montgomery Clover'. 

315568. Trifolium repens L. White clover. 

V 200. 'Mother White Clover'. 

315569 to 315571. Trifolium subterraneum L. Subterranean clover. 

315569. V 151. 'Baccus Marsh'. 

315570. V 233. 'Mt. Barker'. 

315571. V 165. 'Tallarook'. 

315572 and 315573. Vicia benghalensis L. Leguminosae. Purple vetch. 

315572. V 222. 'Commercial'. 

315573. C.P.I. 16627. " 

315574. Vicia dasycarpa Ten. Woollypod vetch. 
C.P.I. 9189. 

315575. Vicia sativa L. 

V 221. 'Golden Tares'. 

315576 to 315583. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received June 28, 1966. 

315576 to 315580. Lagenaria siceraria (Mol.) Standi. Cucurbitaceae. 

315576. I.C. 10106. Bottle gourd. 

315577. I.C. 10113. Bottle gourd. 



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203 



Cucurbitaceae. 

Singkwa towelgourd. 



315576 to 315583— Continued 
315576 to 315580— Continued 

315578. I.C. 10129. Bottle gourd. 

315579. 'Long'. Bottle gourd. 

315580. 'Simla'. Round. Bottle gourd. 
315581 to 315583. Luffa acutangula (L.) Roxb. 

315581. I.C. 10109. Bottle gourd. 

315582. 'Simla'. Ridge gourd. 

315583. 'Simla'. Sponge gourd. 

315584 to 315604. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, 
Plant Introduction Service, Rehovoth. Received June 28, 1966. 

315584 to 315601. Hyparrhenia hirta (L.) Stapf Gramineae. 

315584. Row No. 1. 315593. Row No. 10. 
Row No. 2. 315594. 
Row No. 3. 315595. 
Row No. 4. 315596. 
Row No. 5. 315597. 
Row No. 6. 315598. 
Row No. 7. 315599. 
Row No. 8. 315600. 
Row No. 9. 315601. 



Row No. 11. 
Row No. 12. 
Row No. 13. 
Row No. 14. 
Row No. 15. 
Row No. 16. 
Row No. 18. 
Row No. 19. 



Phalaris aquatica L. Gramineae. Large canarygrass. 



315585. 
315586. 
315587. 
315588. 
315589. 
315590. 
315591. 
315592. 
315602 to 315604 

315602. 47-54. 

315603. 53-54. 

315604. 59-54. 

315605 to 315637. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 

Peanut. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by A. Ashri, Faculty of Agriculture, Rehovot. 
Numbered June 28, 1966. 

315605. 'Dixie Anak'. Selection from 'Dixie'. Pods larger than type. 

315606. 'G 2'. Selection from 'Georgia Bu\ 

315607. Line 123. Selection from U.S. introductions. 

315608. Line 136. Selection from U.S. introductions. 

315609. 'NC 2'. 

315610. 'Pearl Black'. 

315611. 'Pearl White'. 

315612. 'Pintar Bunch' 

315613. 'Schwartz 21'. 

315614. 'Spanish No. 9'. 

315615. 'Tatui 55'. Goldin No. 110 from Japan. 

315616. 'V 4'. Selection from 'Virginia Bunch Improved'. 

315617. 'Virginia Adorn'. 



Goldin No. 167 from East Africa. 
Goldin No. 117 from Java. 



204 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315605 to 315637— Continued 

315618. 'VSM' equals 'Virginia Bunch Improved'. Long-standing com- 
mercial variety. 

315619. 'White Kongwa'. East Africa. 

Bulk of F4 selections from 'V 4' (P.I. 315616) X 'G 2' (P.I. 315606). 

315620. No. 20. 

315621. No. 28. 

315622. No. 48. 

Bulk of F4 selections from 'G 2' (P.I. 315606) X 'V 4' (P.I. 315616). 

315623. No. 67. 



'V 4' (P.I. 315616) X 'NC 2 (P.I. 315609). 

'Dixie Anak' (P.I. 315605) X 'V 4' (P.I. 315616). 

'NC 2' (P.I. 315609) X 'VSM' (P.I. 315618). 

'V 4' (P.I. 315616) X with 'NC 2' (P.I. 315609). 

'V 4' (P.I. 315616) X 'Dixie Anak' (P.I. 315605). 

'V 4' (P.I. 315616) X 'Dixie Anak' (P.I. 315605). 

'VSM' (P.I. 315618) X No. 123 (P.I. 315607). 
Bulk of M6 selections from 'Virginia Bunch Improved' 

(P.I. 315618) treated with diethyl sulfate. 
315633. No. 217. Pod size and weight variable; shells thin. 

Pod size and weight variable; shells thin. 

Pod size and weight variable; shells thin. 

Pod size and weight variable; shells thin. 

Shell medium; yield good. 

Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. 



315624. 


No. 68. 


315625. 


No. 98. 


Bulk of F5 seeds. 


315626. 


No. 202. 


315627. 


No. 203. 


315628. 


No. 206. 


315629. 


No. 207. 


315630. 


No. 209. 


315631. 


No. 210. 


315632. 


No. 212. 



315634. 
315635. 
315636. 
315637. 



No. 220. 
No. 222. 
No. 231. 

No. 224. 



315638 to 315652. 



Rice. 



From El Salvador. Seeds presented by Centro Nacional de Agronomia, Santa 
Tecla through C. L. Horn, Agricultural Administrator, United States 
Department of Agriculture, Agency for International Development, 
Technical Assistance Agreement, San Salvador. Number June 29, 1966. 



315638. 'Blue Bonnet 50'. 


315643. 


'Nilo 3-B'. 


315639. 'Nilo 2'. 


315644. 


'Nilo 48-A'. 


315640. 'Nilo 47'. 


315645. 


'Nilo 1-M'. 


315641. 'Nilo 48'. 


315646. 


'Palo Gordo A'. 


315642. 'Nilo 3-A'. 






Selections: 






315647. 43-5-10. 


315650. 


45-5-15. 


315648. 45-5-2. 


315651. 


45-5-17. 


315649. 45-5-6. 


315652. 


45-5-18. 


315653 to 315750. 







From the United States. Seeds presented by National Plant Materials Center, 
Soil Conservation Service, Beltsville, Md. Numbered June 29, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 205 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315653. Andropogon gayanus Kunth Gramineae. Bluestem. 

BN-10419-59. Cross between BN-6280-49 (P.I. 186277) and BN-9035-52. 

315654 to 315664. Andropogon gerardii Vitman Big bluestem. 

315654. BN-311-64. Soil Conservation Service, Manhattan, Kans. 
Reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315655. BN-9703-59. Collected 1958 in Concord, N. H. Snow disposal 
area east of Merrimac River Bridge, north of Route 4. Reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. Plants vigorous, to 6 feet high; 
heavy seeder. 

315656. BN-9982-60. Collected 1958 on Blossom Road, Elma Township 
along Buffalo Creek, N. Y. Reproduced at National Plant Materials 
Center. 

Reproduced at the Soil Conservation Service, Plant Materials Center, 
Bismarck, N. Dak. 

North Dakota. 

South Dakota. 

South Dakota. 

South Dakota. 

South Dakota. 

Nebraska. 

South Dakota. 

South Dakota. 

315665 and 315666. Andropogon hallii Hack. Sand bluestem. 

315665. BN-4493-64. Collected near Coldwater, Comanche County, 
Kans. Best of 35 accessions tested at the Manhattan Soil Conservation 
Service Plant Materials Center. 

315666. BN-16208-64. Collected in Carson, N. Dak., in 1960. Foun- 
dation seed increase field planted in 1961 at Plant Materials Center, 
Bismarck, N. Dak. 

315667. Astragalus canadensis L. Leguminosae. 

BN-4679-47. Soil Conservation Service, Manhattan, Kans. Legume 
project. 

315668. Astragalus cicer L. 

BN-6974-49. Soil Conservation Service Nursery, Ames, Iowa. 

315669. Astragalus drummondii Dougl. 

BN-6019-47. Collected along Highway 30, ten miles west of Cheyenne, 
Wyo. Non poisonous. 

315670. Astragalus nuttalianus DC. 

BN-4687-56. Soil Conservation Service, Manhattan, Kans. Legume 
project, 1947. Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center and 
combined with original seed. 

315671. Astragalus racemosus Pursh. 

BN-9346-58. Collected in Barber County, Kans. From breaks and 
range site west half Section 15. Shallow soil. 

315672. Astrebla lappacea (Lindl.) Domin. Gramineae. 

BN-11708-61. Australia. Selection from P.I. 238232. Seed reproduced 
at National Plant Materials Center. 



315657. 


BN-15941-64. 


315658. 


BN-15942-64. 


315659. 


BN-15943-64. 


315660. 


BN-15944-64. 


315661. 


BN-15945-65. 


315662. 


BN-15946-64. 


315663. 


BN-15947-64. 


315664. 


BN-15948-64. 



206 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315673. Bothriochloa ischaemum (L.) Keng Gramineae. 

King's Ranch bluestem. 

BN-4419-60. Beltsville Nursery selection from P.I. 147799. Seed re- 
produced at National Plant Materials Center. Exceptionally vigorous; 
prostrate; heavy seeder. 

315674. Brachiaria subquadripara (Trin.) Hitchc. Gramineae. 

BN-10810-64. Original source unknown. Reproduced by Soil Conser- 
vation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315675. Bromus (hybrid) Gramineae. 

BN-10871-60. (B. willdcnowii X B. stamineus) . Selection from P.I. 

238245 from Australia. Seeed reproduced at National Plant Materials 
Center. Dense leafy selection. 

315676. Bromus riparius Rehm. 

BN-3565-63. Soviet Union. Seed reproduced by Soil Conservation 
Service, Pullman, Wash. 

315677. Bromus willdenowii Kunth Rescuegrass. 

BN-1 5861-64. United States Agency for International Development, 
Tunis, Tunisia, through S. H. Fuchs, Soil Conservation Service. 

315678. Bromus erectus Huds. Meadow bromegrass. 

BN-7992-64. Originally from Jardin Horto Botanica, Madrid, Spain. 
Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315679 to 315681. Cenchrus ciliaris L. Gramineae. Buffelgrass. 

315679. BN-9929-61. Seeds received from K. E. Smith, plant materials 
specialist, Soil Conservation Service, Knox City, Tex. Reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. 

315680. BN-13576-62. Five rhizomatous plants selected from P.I. 
185564 at Beltsville Nursery. Reproduced at National Plant Materials 
Center. 

315681. BN-13577-62. Selected from P.I. 271587. Seed reproduced at 

National Plant Materials Center. 

315682. Cenchrus setigerus Vahl Sandbur. 

BN-13580-63. J. R. Harlan collection No. H-1535, India. Seed repro- 
duced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315683. Chloris cucullata Bisch. Gramineae. Hooded windmill grass. 

BN-8002-62. Originally from Jardin Horto Botanica, Madrid, Spain. 
Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315684. Chloris inflata Link 

BN-16297-60. Southern Rhodesia. Seed reproduced by Soil Conser- 
vation Service, Americus, Georgia. Plants 36 inches high; 30 inch spread; 
heavy seeder ; not winter hardy. 

315685. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. Bermudagrass. 

BN-16156-58. 'Borinquen'. Bermuda via Puerto Rico. Seed repro- 
duced by Soil Conservation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315686. Cytisus decumbens (Willd.) Spach. Leguminosae. 

BN-10779-64. Cuttings obtained from Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica 
Plain, Massachusetts, 1959. Seed produced at National Plant Materials 
Center. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 207 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315687. Cytisus x praecox Wheeler ex Bean Warminster broom. 

BN-8546-61. Softwood cuttings obtained from Arnold Arboretum, 
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, 1956. Seed produced at National Plant 
Materials Center. 

315688. Cytisus supinus L. Bigflower broom. 

BN-9373-58. Department of Parks, Rochester, N.Y. Upright to 
procumbent shrub to 3 feet high. 

315689 and 315690. Dalea alopecuroides Willd. Leguminosae. 

315689. BN-2280-50. Collected in Benton Harbor, Mich., 1939. Annual, 
to 2 feet high; pinnate leaves, self pollinated; seeds readily. Seed 
reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315690. BN-6977-56. Obtained from Soil Conservation Service 
Nursery, Ames, Iowa. Seeds reproduced at National Plant Materials 
Center and combined with original seed. 

315691. Dalea jamesii Torr. & Gray 

BN-4700-47. Obtained from Soil Conservation Service, Manhattan, 
Kans. Legume project. 

315692. Dalea oaxacana (Rose) Bullock 

BN-4749-48. Soil Conservation Service Nursery, Tucson ? Ariz. 

315693. Digitaria smutsii Stent Gramineae. 

BN-13579-62. Beltsville Nursery selection from P.I. 258436 and 258439. 

Reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315694 to 315699. Echinochloa crusgalli (L.)Beauv. Gramineae. 

Barnyardgrass. 

315694. BN-7018-62. Soil Conservation Service Nursery, Rock Hill, 
S. C. Reproduced at Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation Service, 
Coffeeville, Miss. 

315695. BN-14663-62. Big Flats, N.Y., through Americus, Ga. Re- 
produced at Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation Service, Coffee- 
ville, Mississippi. 

315696. BN-14664-62. California, through Plant Materials Center, 
Arcadia, Fla. Reproduced at Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation 
Service, Coffeeville, Miss. 

315697. BN-14665-62. Plant Materials Center, Arcadia, Fla. Repro- 
duced at Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation Service, Coffeeville, 
Miss. Seedlings vigorous; produced two seed crops in 1961; 3,363 lb. 
per acre. 

315698. BN-14666-62. Plant Materials Center, Arcadia, Fla. Repro- 
duced at Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation Service, Coffeeville, 
Miss. 

315699. BN-14698-63. Commercial seed. Reproduced by Soil Conser- 
vation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315700. Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Goosegrass. 

BN-9337-58. Pretoria, South Africa. Contaminant from P.I. 161636, 
Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315701. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. Soybean. 

BN-10631-60. Tennessee Department of Game, 1959. Reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. 



208 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315702. Hypericum buckleyi M. A. Curtis Guttiferae. 

BN-8551-59. Softwood cuttings obtained from Arnold Arboretum, 
Jamacia Plain, Mass., 1956. Seed produced at National Plant Materials 
Center. 

315703. Hypericum sp. 

BN-11878-61. Plants obtained from Soil Conservation Service, Raleigh, 
N.C. Seed produced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315704 and 315705. Lathyrus japonicus Willd. Leguminosae. 

315704. BN-4320-46. Oregon. 

315705. BN-8560-56. Soil Conservation Service, Birch Point, near 
Prospect Harbor, Hancock County, Maine. Growing on gravel dune in 
association with Elymus mollis near normal high water. Nodulated, 
rhizomatous. 

315706. Lathyrus latifolius L. Perennial peavine. 

BN-6041-49. Boulder, Colorado through Soil Conservation Service, 
Albuquerque, N. Mex. From plants with inconspicuous bloom, but strong 
vegetative growth. 

315707. Lathyrus latifolius var. splendens Gron. & Rpl. 

BN-6038-49. Boulder, Colo. From heavy-flowering plants. 

315708 to 315710. Lathyrus polymorphus ssp. incanus (Smith & Rydb.) 
C. L. Hitchc. 

315708. BN-5938-48. Soil Conservation Service Nursery, Albuquerque, 
N. Mex. 

315709. BN-6025-49. Highway 10, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Elevation 
6,000 feet. 

315710. BN-4555-46. Nebraska National Forest Sand Hill, Halsey, 
Nebr. 

315711 to 315714. Lathyrus tuberosus L. 

315711. BN-4926-49. Wyoming, through Plant Materials Center, Man- 
hattan, Kans. Selection made at Two Rivers Nursery, 1942. Seed 
reproduced in Kansas. 

315712. BN-8472-53. Siberia, through Mandan, N. Dak. Seed repro- 
duced by Soil Conservation Service, Albuquerque N. Mex. 

315713. BN-8851-51. Plant Materials Center, Manhattan, Kans. Seed 
reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, Manhattan, Kans., 1951. 

315714. BN-9040-57. Waterloo, Neb., through Soil Conservation Serv- 
ice, Elsberry, Mo.; seed reproduced in Missouri. 

315715. Lathyrus venosus var. meridionalis Butter & St. John. 

BN-11059-64. Dover, Tenn. Seed reproduced at National Plant 
Materials Center. 

315716. Medicago hemicycla Grossh. Leguminosae. 

BN-8954-59. Transcaucasia. Obtained from University of Alberta, 
Canada. Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315717. Melilotus neapolitana Ten. Leguminosae. 

BN-7933-53. Horto Botanica, Madrid, Spain. Reproduced at National 
Plant Materials Center. 

315718. Melilotus suaveolens Ledeb. 

BN-8062-59. Horto Botanica, Madrid, Spain. Seed reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 209 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315719 and 315720. Panicum antidotale Retz. Gramineae. 

Blue panicgrass. 

315719. BN-14710-62. Soil Conservation Service, Americus, Ga. Seed 
reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315720. BN-14711-62. Soil Conservation Service, Americus, Ga. Seed 
reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315721. Panicum coloratum L. Panicgrass. 

BN-1109-45. Pretoria, South Africa. 'Makarikari' strain selection from 
Prinshof Grass Breeding Station, Pretoria. Tested at New Mexico, Texas, 
California, and Spartansburg, S. C, Soil Conservation Service, Plant 
Materials Centers. Seed reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, Tucson, 
Ariz. 

315722 to 315725. Panicum virgatum L. Switchgrass. 

315722. BN-8356-64. Greene County, Ga. Seed reproduced by Soil 
Conservation Service, Americus, Ga. 

315723. BN-8358-62. Hoffman, N. C. Seed reproduced by Soil Conser- 
vation Service, Coffeeville, Miss. 

315724. BN-10860-61. Ellsworth, Kans., 1956. Seed reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. 

315725. BN-14669-92. Plant Materials Center, Soil Conservation Ser- 
vice, Coffeeville, Miss. Native stand. 

315726 to 315728. Panicum virgatum var. cubense Griseb. 

315726. BN-10997-64. Scotland County, N. C. Seed from single plant; 
to 3 feet high, many stems. 1960. 

315727. BN-11357-63. Apex, N. C, through Soil Conservation Service 
Nursery, Chapel Hill, N. C. Seed reproduced at National Plant 
Materials Center. Plant to 30 inches high, dense, fine stems and leaves. 
Viable seed moderate to good; light production. 

315728. BN-13645-64. Beltsville Nursery selection. Reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. Selections from combined seed of 
BN-10996 and BN-10997 (Scotland County, N. C). 

315729. Paspalum dilatatum Poir. Gramineae. Dallisgrass. 

BN-16167-62. Commercial seed from Melbourne, Australia. Seed 
reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315730. Paspalum floridaum var. glabratum Engelm. ex Vasey. 

BN-9002-62. Route 3, 3 miles north of Warsaw, Va. 1957. Seed 
reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315731. Paspalum malacophyllum Trin. Ribbed paspalum. 

BN-1975-62. Florida. Reproduced by Soil Conservation Service, 
Arcadia, Fla. Brooksville strain. 

315732 to 315735. Paspalum notatum Fluegge. Bahiagrass. 

315732. BN-11553-61. 'Underwoods'. Tennessee. Seed reproduced at 
National Plant Materials Center. Cold hardy in Tennessee. Re- 
sembles 'Wilmington'. 

315733. BN-11554-63. North Carolina. From field of Pensacola Bahia. 
Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315734. BN-11573-61. Beltsville Nursery selection. Seed reproduced 
at National Plant Materials Center. Cold hardy selection out of 
'Wilmington'. 



210 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315653 to 315750— Continued 

315732 to 315735— Continued 

315735. BN-16172-63. Ocala, Florida. Seed reproduced by ~ Soil 
Conservation Service, Arcadia, Florida. 

315736. Pennisetum macrourum Trin. Gramineae. 

BN-12113-61. Contaminant from BN-9929 (T-4701, Cenchrus ciliaris 
from Texas). Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315737. Phaseolus lathyroides L. Leguminosae. 
BN-4921-48. Puerto Rico. 

315738. Scorpiurus sulcata L. Leguminosae. Scorpiontail. 

BN-16454-62. Ethiopia. Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials 
Center. Separated from Col. No. H-1945, J. R. Harlan, Oklahoma State 
University, Stillwater, Okla. 

315739 to 315741. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex M. B. 
Moss. Gramineae. Millet. 

315739. BN-6417-57. Beltsville Nursery selection from P.I. 165718, 
Kenya. Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315740. BN-9339-62. South Africa. Seed reproduced at National Plant 
Materials Center. Contaminant out of P.I. 161636. 

315741. BN-10830-62. Florida. Seed reproduced by Soil Conservation 
Service, Arcadia, Fla. 

315742 to 315747. Sorghastrum nutans (L.) Nash ex Small Gramineae. 

Yellow indiangrass. 

315742. BN-9054-61. Route 119, near Browns Chapel, Monongalia 
County, W. Va. Seed reproduced at National Plant Materials Center. 

315743. BN-10804-61. Seed collected along Beaver Dam Road, Agri- 
cultural Research Center, Beltsville, Md. Native stand. 

315744. BN-11509-61. Route 29, two miles north of forks of Cacapon 
River, Hampshire County, W. Va. Elevation 1,000 feet. Soil Letrece; 
associated with broomsedge plants. 

315745. BN-14670-65. Caswell County, N. C. Seed increased by Soil 

Conservation Service, Coffeeville, Miss. 

315746. BN-14671-65. Seed reproduced at Plant Materials Center, Soil 
Conservation Service, Coffeeville, Miss. 

315747. BN-14739-63. Jefferson County, 111. Seed increased by Soil 

Conservation Service, Elsberry, Mo. 

315748. Tetragonolobus siliquosus (L.) Roth. Leguminosae. 

BN-7913-60. Horto Botanica, Madrid, Spain. Seed reproduced at 
National Plant Materials- Center. 

315749 and 315750. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Cowpea. 

315749. BN-5683-48. 'Black Tory pea'. Alabama. Seed reproduced by 
Soil Conservation Nursery, Thorsby, Ala. 

315750. BN-6189-50. 'Combine pea'. Georgia. Seed reproduced at 

National Plant Materials Center. 

315751. Gossypium raimondii Ulbrich Malvaceae. Cotton. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by P. C. Hutchison, Botanical 
Garden, Honolulu, Hawaii. Received July 6, 1966. 

Honolulu Botanical Garden No. 64,1620. Originally from Peru, on Rio 
Maranon opposite town of Balsas, Celendin Province, Cajamarca Department. 
Elevation 800 meters. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 211 

315752 to 315755. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Peru. Cuttings presented by the Negociacion Azucarera, Laredo Ltda., 
Trujillo. Received June 29, 1966. 

315752. La. 52-816. 315754. P. 20-005. 

315753. P.12-625. 315755. P.O.J. 2967. 

315756 to 315780. 

From Nigeria. Plants collected by H. R. Chheda, University of Ibadan, 
Ibadan. Received June 30, 1966. 

315756 to 315762. Cynodon plectostachyus (K. Schum.) Pilg. Grami- 
neae. Stargrass. 

315756. 1-63-10. (G171). No. 2. 

315757. 1-63-17. K56301. 

315758. 1-63-18. K51425. 

315759. 1-63-19. K53672. 

315760. 1-63-24. K56424. 

315761. 1-63-28. K51405. 

315762. Local (S. Nigeria). 

315763. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-1. (G191). Muguga. 

315764. Cynodon sp. 

1-63-2. (G341). LakeManyara. 

315765. Cynodon sp. 
IS-63-3. (G333). Kongwa. 

315766. Cynodon sp. 

1-63-4 (G193) Grassland No. 1. 

315767. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-5 (G330). Taramie. 

315768. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-6. (i). 

315769. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-6. South Africa. 

315770. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-7. ( G185 ) . Salisbury. 

315771. Cynodon sp. 

1-63-8. (G345). LakeManyara. 

315772. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-9. (ii). 

315773. Cynodon sp. 

1-63-11. (G187) . Grassland No. 4. 

315774. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-12. (G196). 

315775. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-13. (G175). Kotakota. 



212 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315756 to 315780— Continued 

315776. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-14. (G177). Melsetter. 

315777. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-15. Grassland No. 3. 

315778. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-20. K54289. 

315779. Cynodon sp. 
1-63-21. (G183). Makutu. 

315780. Cynodon sp. 

1-63-25. ( G189 ) . Grassland No. 6. 

315781 to 315834. Cicer arietinum L. Leguminosae. Chickpea. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received July 5, 1966. 



315808. 
315809. 
315810. 
315811. 
315812. 
315813. 
315814. 
315815. 
315816. 
315817. 
315818. 
315819. 
315820. 
315821. 
315822. 
315823. 
315824. 
315825. 
315826. 
315827. 
315828. 
315829. 
315830. 
315831. 
315832. 
315833. 
315834. 

315835 to 315851. Triticum aestivum L. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by A. 



315781. 


1540/XXIII 


315782. 


1575. 


315783. 


BR 17. 


315784. 


BR 65. 


315785. 


C57/1. 


315786. 


C104. 


315787. 


C235. 


315788. 


C706. 


315789. 


Cairo. 


315790. 


Ceylon-2. 


315791. 


E.C. 13071. 


315792. 


E.C. 26414. 


315793. 


E.C. 26428. 


315794. 


E.C. 26429. 


315795. 


E.C. 26430. 


315796. 


E.C. 26435. 


315797. 


E.C. 26446. 


315798. 


Egypt 52. 


315799. 


F32. 


315800. 


F40. 


315801. 


F61. 


315802. 


G-l-1. 


315803. 


G. 3. 


315804. 


G. 24. 


315805. 


G. 130. 


315806. 


GG Abohar. 


315807. 


GG Bijapur. 



L144. 
L146. 
L157. 
L167. 
L168. 
L169. 
Mandlay. 
N. 59. 
N.P. 2. 
N.P. 6. 
N.P. 27. 
Parachinar. 
Pb. 2. 
Pb. 7. 
Pb. 11. 
Pb. 12. 
Pb. 15. 
Rabat. 
S.26. 
S. 33. 
T. 2. 

Ujjain 21. 
V. 58. 
V. 59. 
V. 62. 
V. 155. 
V. 167. 

Gramineae. 
C. Zeven, Institute of Plant 



Breeding, Wageningen. 
Spring wheat. 



Received July 6, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



213 



315838. 


'Orca'. 


315839. 


Teko\ 


315846. 


'Ibis'. 


315847. 


'Mado'. 


315848. 


'Manella'. 


315849. 


'Sylvia'. 


315850. 


'Tadorna'. 


315851. 


'Wodan'. 



315835 to 315851— Continued 

315835. 'Carpo'. 

315836. 'Gaby'. 

315837. 'Opal'. 
Winter wheat. 

315840. 'Apollo 5 . 

315841. 'Cleo'. 

315842. 'Eno\ 

315843. 'Felix'. 

315844. 'Flevina'. 

315845. 'Hector'. 

315852. Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Ohara Institute for Agricultural Biology, 
Okayama University, Kurashiko. Received July 6, 1966. 

'Hagane-mugi'. 

315853 to 315862. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by University of Reading, Agricultural 
Botanic Garden, Cutbush Lane, Shinfield, Berkshire. Received July 6, 
1966. 

315853. Aegilops speltoides Tausch. Gramineae. Goatgrass. 
No. 58. 

315854. Avena nuda L. Gramineae. 
No. 73. 

315855 and 315856. Avena sativa L. 

315855. No. 88. 'Maldwyn'. 

315856. No. 90. 'Opus III'. 

315857. Hordeum deficiens var. steudelii (Koern.) Harlan. Gramineae. 
No. 147. (Received as Hordeum vulgare var. steudelii) . 

315858. Hordeum jubatum L. Foxtail barley. 
No. 142. 

315859. Hordeum vulgare var. afghanicum Vav. ex Ivanova. 
No. 145. 

315860. Hordeum vulgare var. nigricans (Ser.) Koern. 
No. 146. 

315861. Hordeum vulgare var. trifurcatum (Schlecht.) Beaven. 
No. 148. 

315862. Triticum aegilopoides Forsk. Gramineae. 
No. 174. 

315863 to 315875. 

From Czechoslovakia. Seeds presented by Botanicka Zahrada University 
Komenskeho, Bratislava. Received July 6, 1966. 

315863. Elymus excelsus Turcz. Gramineae. 
No. 296. 



Naked oats. 



Common oats. 



214 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315863 to 315875— Continued 

315864. Elymus canadensis L. 
No. 298. 

315865. Hosta sieboldiana var. hypophylla (Miq.) Stearn Liliaceae. 

Plantainlily. 

No. 401. 

315866. Melica ciliata L. Gramineae. Melic. 
No. 544. 

315867. Pennisetum orientale L. C. Rich. Gramineae. 
No. 597. 

315868. Cenchrus ciliaris L. 
No. 299. 

315869. Rosa ecae Aitch. Rosaceae. Eca rose. 
No. 709. 

315870. Rosa helenae Rehd. & Wils. Helen rose. 
No. 711. 

315871. Rosa micrantha J. E. Smith. Rose. 
No. 715. 

315872. Rosa roxburghii Tratt. 
No. 717. 

315873. Rosa rubrifolia Vill. 
No. 718. 

315874. Sanguisorba minor Scop. Rosaceae. Small burnet. 
No. 735. 

315875. Stipa tenacissima Jusl. Gramineae. 

No. 799. 

315876. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From Great Britain. Stolons collected by G. W. Burton, Coastal Plain Ex- 
periment Station, Tifton, Ga. Received July 8, 1966. 

Col. No. 1. From Sandbanks, Dorset, England near the sea. Shortgrass 
turf. 

315877 and 315878. Prunus mahaleb L. Rosaceae. 

Mahaleb cherry. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Scions presented by L. du Preez 
Pneumoconiosis Research Unit, South African Council for Scientific and 
Industrial Research, Johannesburg. Received July 12, 1966. 

315877. 'Russian'. 

315878. 'South African'. 

315879 to 315882. Prunus persica (L.) Batsch Rosaceae. 

Peach. 

From Brazil. Scions presented by the Institute Agronomico de Estado de 
Sao Paulo, Campinas. Received July 12, 1966. 

315879. 'Alo-Docura'. 315881. 'Reliquia'. 

315880. 'Colibri'. 315882. Talisma'. 



JANUARY I TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 215 

315883. Cassia abbreviata Oliv. Leguminosae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction 
Officer, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Re- 
ceived July 19, 1966. 

DL/154. From Masequas Poort, Zoutpansberg. 

315884. Astragalus pectinatus (Hook.) G. Don. Leguminosae. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by Plant Research Institute, Minister of 
Agriculture, Ottawa, Ontario. Received July 19, 1966. 

No. 6880. Collected near Regina, Saskatchewan. 

315885. Setaria longiseta Beauv. Gramineae. 

From Angola. Seeds presented by Medico Veterinario, Director da Estacao 
Zootecnica Central, Mariano Machado. Received July 19, 1966. 

315886 to 315889. 

From the United States. Plants selected at National Arboretum, Washing- 
ton, D.C. Numbered July 18, 1966. 

315886. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. Malvaceae. Chinese hibiscus. 

'Vulcan'. 'Fire Chief X 'Mason Red'. Upright shrub to 2 meters high; 
leaves leathery, glossy; flowers brilliant red upper surface, yellow below; 
does not fade except in extreme heat, persists more than 1 day. Sub- 
tropical. 

315887. Pyracantha (hybrid). Rosaceae. Firethorn. 

'Shawnee'. F 2 selection from 'San Jose' (P. koidzumii X P. crenato- 
serrata). Semi-evergreen, densely branched shrub to 3.5 meters high. 
Fruit abundant, glossy, clear yellow to light orange, persistant to 7 months. 
Resistant to fireblight, scab and birds. Hardiness zone 7b. 

315888 and 315889. Viburnum (hybrid). Caprifoliaceae. Viburnum. 

315888. 'Cayuga'. (V. carlesii X V. x carlcephaluvi) . Deciduous com- 
pact shrub to 1.5 meters high; inflorescence abundant, buds pink open- 
ing to white in late April. Tolerant to bacterial leaf spot and powdery 
mildew. Hardiness zone 5b. 

315889. 'Mohawk'. (V. x burkwoodii X V. carlesii). Deciduous com- 
pact shrub to two meters high. Leaves dark green, glossy, turn brilli- 
ant red in autumn. Abundant dark red buds open to white flowers with 
red blotched undersurface; strong spicy clove fragrance. Resistant to 
bacterial leaf spot and powdery mildew. Hardiness zone 5b. 

315890 to 315901. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Department of Agriculture, Ehime Univer- 
sity, Matuyama, Ehime Prefecture. Received July 21, 1966. 

315890. Euonymus alatus (Thunb.) Rupr. Celastraceae. 

Winged euonymus. 

Kannan Mountains. 

315891. Euonymus japonicus L. f. 

315892. Eupatorium japonicum Thunb. Compositae. 

315893. Hibiscus hamabo Sieb. & Zucc. Malvaceae. 
Kaseda, Kyusiu. 

315894. Ilex pedunculosa Miquel Aquifoliaceae. Longstalk holly. 
Kannan Mountains, Iyo Province. 

315895. Magnolia liliflora var. gracilis (Salisb.) Rehder. Magnolia- 
ceae. 



216 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

315890 to 315901— Continued 

315896. Photinia glabra (Thunb.) Maxim. Rosaceae. 
Kannan Mountains, lyo Province. 

315897. Photinia villosa var. laevis (Thunb.) Dipp. 
Kannan Mountains, lyo Province. 

315898. Polygonum filiforme Thunb. Polygonaceae. 

315899. Smilax china L. Liliaceae. Greenbrier. 
Kannan Mountains, lyo Province. 

315900. Viburnum dilatatum Thunb. Caprifoliaceae. Linden viburnum. 
Kannan Mountains, lyo Province. 

315901. Zanthoxylum schinifolium Sieb. & Zucc. Rutaceae. 
Kannan Mountains, lyo Province. 

315902 to 315905. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From Germany. Stolons collected by Glenn Burton, Georgia Coastal Plain 
Experiment Station, Tifton, Ga. Received July 21, 1966. 

315902. Col. No. 2. Growing among stone on Rhine River banks in Weiss 
near Cologne. Plants to 12 inches high with long leaves and purple heads. 
Good rhizomes. 

315903. Col. No. 3. Berlin Tiergarten, Klopstock strasse in Kingergarten 
lawn. Vigorous, competing well with cool season grasses. 

315904. Col. No. 4. Hundszahngras. Berlin-Tegel. 

315905. Col. No. 5. Berlin-Steglitz Munsterdamm strasse. Tall, vigorous, 
with few rhizomes. 

315906. Camellia (hybrid) Theaceae. 

From the United States. Plant growing at United States Plant Introduction 
Station, Glenn Dale, Md. Numbered July 21, 1966. 'Fragrant Pink'. 

(C. rusticana (P.I. 228187) X C. lutchueiisis (P.I. 226756). 

315907. DlANTHUS CARYOPHYLLUS L. Caryorjhyllaceae. 

Clove pink carnation. 

From Italy. Seeds presented by Stazione Sperimentale de Floricultura 
••Orazio Raimondo", San Remo. Received July 21, 1966. 

315908 to 316012. 

From France. Seeds presented by Institut National de la Recherche Agrono- 
mique, Laboratoire D'Etudes des Varietes, Versailles. Received July 22, 
1966. 

315908 to 315929. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

Spring type unless otherwise noted. 

315908. 'Av. d'hiver du Prieure'. Frondation du Plm. Winter type. 

315909. 'Arabelle'. Guilleman. 

315910. 'Ariane'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

315911. 'Blanche de Wattines'. Desprez. 

315912. 'Blancheneige'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 
Winter type. 

315913. 'Blanchette'. Tourneur. 



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217 



315908 to 
315908 to 

315914. 

315915. 

315916. 

315917. 

315918. 

315919. 

315920. 

315921. 

315922. 

315923. 

315924. 

315925. 

315926. 

315927. 

315928. 

315929. 
315930 to 

Spring 

315930. 

315931. 

315932. 

315933. 

315934. 

315935. 

315936. 

315937. 

315938. 

315939. 

315940. 

315941. 

315942. 

315943. 

315944. 

315945. 

315946. 
315947 to 

Spring 

315947. 

315948. 

315949. 

315950. 



316012— Continued 

315929 — Continued 

'Carvelle'. Pichot. 

'Condor'. Cooperative Inkoop Vereeniging. 

'Flamande'. Desprez. 

'Gelinotte'. Tourneur. 

'Grise d'hiver'. Pop De Pays. 

'Mansholt-Major'. Mansholt. 

'Nappe d'Argent'. Tourneur. 

'Noire de Moyencourt'. Claude Benoist. 

'Nordine'. Sogroup. 

'Nuprime'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Phoenix'. Heidenreich. 

'Premices'. Sogroup. 

'Soleil IP. Institute de Svalof . 

'Starblonde'. Blondeau. 

'Vega'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Vigor'. Institute Gembloux. 
315946. Hordeum distichon L. Gramineae. 
type unless otherwise noted. 

'Alouette'. Heine-Desprez. 

'Amsel'. Heine-Desprez. 

'Ariel'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Astrid'. Lepeuple. 

'Beka'. Secobra. 

'Ceres'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Certa'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Delisa'. Centraal-Bureau. 

'Fida'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Mamie'. Lepeuple. 

'Mesange'. Heine-Desprez. 

'Mosane'. Institute Gembloux. 

'Noelle'. Pichot. Winter type. 

'Rika'. Weibull. 

'Trait d'Union', Firlbeck-Secobra. 

'Volla'. Breun. 

'Wisa'. Breun. 
315956. Hordeum vulgare L. 
type. 

'Ager'. 

'Ares'. 

'Atlas'. 



Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 
Breustedt. 



'France-Dea'. Engelens-Secobra. 



218 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



315908 to 316012— Continued 

315947 to 315956— Continued 

315951. 'Hatif de Grignon'. Ferme Extention de Grignon. 

315952. 'Maguelone'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

315953. 'Manon\ Institute Gembloux. 

315954. 'Monlon'. Toulouse. 

315955. 'Nymphe'. Hauters-Vilmorin. 

315956. 'Precoce-Lepeuple'. Lepeuple. 

315957 to 315962. Secale cereale L. Gramineae. Ry« 

Winter type unless otherwise noted. 

315957. 'Everest'. Tetraploid. Lepeuple. 

315958. 'Petkus'. Diploid. Von-Lochnow. 

315959. 'Petkus-Kuzstroh'. Diploid. Von-Lochnow. 

315960. 'Somro-Petkus'. Diploid. Von-Lochnow. Spring type. 

315961. 'Tetraseigle-Petkus'. Tetraploid. Von-Lochnow. 

315962. 'Zelder'. Diploid. Cooperative Inkoop Vereeniging. 
315963 to 316011. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

Winter type unless otherwise noted. 

315963. 'Aa— Blondeau'. Blondeau. 

315964. 'Abel'. Lafite. 

315965. 'Aisne'. Sassem. 

315966. 'Ali'. Bataille. 

315967. 'Aronde'. Heine-Desprez. Spring type. 

315968. 'Arromanches'. Lepeuple. 

315969. 'Artois-Desprez'. Desprez. 

315970. 'Aster'. Lepeuple. Spring type. 

315971. 'Athos'. Bataille. 

315972. 'Aube-Desprez'. Desprez. 

315973. 'Beaufort'. Lepeuple. 

315974. 'Capitole-Vilmorin'. Vilmorin-Andrieux. 

315975. 'Cerealor-Laurent'. Laurent. 

315976. 'Chambord'. Sogroup. 

315977. 'Cledor'. Blondeau. 

315978. 'Cresus-Tourneur'. Tourneur. 

315979. 'Docteur Mazet'. Mandoul. Spring type. 

315980. 'Elite-Lepeuple'. Lepeuple. 

315981. 'Eureka-Tourneur'. Tourneur. 

315982. 'Extra-Legland'. Legland. 

315983. 'Floress-Cambier'. Cambier. 

315984. 'Francest-Desprez'. Desprez. 

315985. 'Froidure-Cambier'. Cambier. 

315986. 'Gai-printemps'. Tourneur. Spring type. 

315987. 'Heurtebise'. Blondeau. 



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219 



Unknown type. 



315908 to 316012— Continued 
315963 to 316011— Continued 
315988. 'Hivernal'. Belloy. 

'Horizon'. Pichot. Spring type. 

'Inversable-Bordeaux'. Tourneur. 

'Joel'. Blondeau. 

'Languedoc'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Magali-Blondeau'. Blondeau. 

'Magdalena'. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 

'Marne-Desprez'. Desprez. 

'Milord-Benoist'. Claude Benoist. 

'Moeres'. Blondeau. 

'Moisson-Vilmorin'. Vilmorin-Andrieux. 

'Noralter'. Dubus-Noureux. 

'Ouest-Desprez'. Desprez. 

Talmaress-Cambier'. Cambier. 

Trimepi'. Dromigny & Hamel. 

'Rallye'. Sogroup. 

'Remois'. Lafite. 

'Rex-Vilmorin'. Vilmorin-Andrieux 

'Rial'. Lafite. 

'Somme-Desprez\ Desprez. 

'Splendeur-Vilmorin'. Vilmorin-Andrieux. 

Thermidor-Vilmorin'. Vilmorin-Andrieux. 

'Vaillant'. Sogroup. Unknown type. 

'Vilmorin 53'. Vilmorin-Andrieux. 
Triticum durum Desf. 
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. 



315989. 
315990. 
315991. 
315992. 
315993. 
315994. 
315995. 
315996. 
315997. 
315998. 
315999. 
316000. 
316001. 
316002. 
316003. 
316004. 
316005. 
316006. 
316007. 
316008. 
316009. 
316010. 
316011. 
316012. 
'Lez\ 



Spring type. 



Durum wheat. 

Unknown typefl 



316013 to 316032. Phaseolus vulgaris L. 



Leguminosae. 

From Peru. Seeds presented by Oswaldo Voysest-Voysest, Estacion Experi- 
mental Agricola La Molina, Lima through E. M. Meader, University of 
New Hampshire, Durham. N.H. Numbered July 25, 1966. 

Selections grown by Indians at high altitudes. Plants tall climbers; seeds 
pop when roasted. 

316013. Col. No. G-16905. Seeds large, flat, oval, grey, spotted purple, 
dull. 

316014. Col. No. G-16906. Seeds large, flat, oval, grey, spotted brown, 
dull; white line along raphe. 

316015. Col. No. G-16907. Seeds large, plump, oval, white, spotted blue, 
glossy. 

316016. Col. No. G-16908. Seeds medium, plump, oval, purplish brown, 
glossy. 

316017. Col. No. G-16909. Seeds medium, globe, grey, spotted dark brown, 
dull. 

316018. Col. No. G-16910. 
glossy. 



Seeds medium small, plump, oval, dark brown, 



220 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316013 to 316032— Continued 

316019. Col. No. G-16911. Seeds large, flat, rectangular, light brown, 
flecked grey, dull. 

316020. Col. No. G-16912. Seeds medium, flat, oval, brown striped and 
spotted dark brown, dull. 

316021. Col. No. G-16913. Seeds large, flat, oval, dark purple, dull; white 
round spot at hilum. 

316022. Col. No. G-16914. Seeds small, globose, dark purple, glossy. 

316023. Col. No. G-16915. Seeds small, globose, light tan, glossy. 

316024. Col. No. G-16916. Seeds medium, flat, oval, dark purple, glossy; 
tan band at raphe. 

316025. Col. No. G-16917. Seeds medium, globose, grey striped and spotted 
brown, dull. 

316026. Col. No. G-16918. Seeds medium, plump, oval, reddish tan, glossy. 

316027. Col. No. G-16919. Seeds medium small, globose, light brown, 
glossy; white round dot at hilum. 

316028. Col. No. G-16920. Seeds medium large, short, plump, oval, brown, 
dull; white round dot at hilum. 

316029. Col. No. G-16921. Seeds small, globose, reddish brown, glossy; 
white dot at hilum. 

316030. Col. No. G-16922. Seeds medium, globose, grey, spotted black, 
almost two toned, dull ;round white dot at hilum. 

316031. Col. No. G-16923. Seeds medium, globose, grey, spotted black or 
purple, tan or light brown on raphe near white dot hilum, dull. 

316032. Col. No. G-16924. Seeds medium, globose, white, spotted brown, 
brown ring around hilum, brown U half circling hilum at microphylar end. 

316033. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Prom the Netherlands. Seeds presented by Institute of Plant Breeding, 
Wageningen. Received July 27, 1966. 

'Chocolade Bruine'. 
316034 to 316042. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Estudo Da Pastagem Nativa No Rio 
Grande Do Sul, Porto Alegre. Public Law 480, Project S3-CR-11. Re- 
ceived July 27, 1966. 

316034. Chloris polydactyla (L.) Swartz Gramineae. 
No. 816. Uruguniana. 

316035. Desmodium barbatum (L.) Benth. Leguminosae. 
CC/1965. 

316036 and 316037. Digitaria swalleniana Henrard Gramineae. 

316036. No. 801. Urguniana. 

316037. No. 952. Sao Gabriel. 

316038. Lotononis bainesii Baker Leguminosae. 
CC/1965. 

316039. Rhynchosia phaseoloides (Sw.) DC. Leguminosae. 
CC/1965. 

316040. Stylosanthes gracilis HBK. Leguminosae. 
CC/1965. 



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221 



316034 to 316042— Continued 

316041. Teramnus uncinatus (L.) Swartz Leguminosae. 
CC/1965. 

316042. Teramnus volubilis Sw. 
C/1965. 

316043 to 316062. 

From Japan. Seeds collected by Frank Doleshy, Seattle, Washington. 
Kusatsu, Gumma Prefecture, Central Honshu. Elevation 1,240 meters. 
Received July 27, 1966. 

316043. Adenophora triphylla A. DC. Campanulaceae. 

316044. Anaphalis margaritaceae Benth. & Hook. f. Compositae. 

Pearl everlasting. 

316045. Aruncus dioicus (Walt.) Fern. Rosaceae. 

316046. Blechnum niponicum (Kunze) Makino. Polypodiaceae. 

316047. Clethra barbinervis Sieb. & Zucc. Clethraceae. Tree clethra. 

316048. Empetrum nigrum L. Empetraceae. Crowberry. 

316049. Eupatorium chinense var. sachalinense (F. Schmidt) Kitam. 



Compositae. 
316050. Gentiana triflora Pall. 



Gentianaceae. 



316051. Hydrangea paniculata Siebold Saxifragaceae. 

Panicle hydrangea. 

316052. Hypericum erectum Thunb. Guttiferae. St.-Johns-wort. 

316053. Iris ensata var. spontanea (Makino) Nakai. Iridaceae. 

316054. Lactuca raddeana Maxim. Compositae. Lettuce. 

316055. Lespedeza bicolor var. japonica Nakai Leguminosae. 

Bushclover. 

316056. Lycopus uniflorus Michx. Labiatae. 

316057. Lysimachia clethroides Duby ex DC. Primulaceae. 

316058. Metanarthecium luteoviride Maxim. Liliaceae. 

316059. Rhus trichocarpa Miquel Anacardiaceae. Sumac. 

316060. Sanguisorba officinalis L. Rosaceae. 

316061. Solidago virgaurea L. Compositae. European goldenrod. 

316062. Tripterygium regelii Sprague & Takeda Celastraceae. 



316063 to 316077. 



Corn. 



Zea mays L. Gramineae. 

From Colombia. Seeds presented by the Rockfeller Foundation. Centro Na- 
cional de Investigaciones Agropecuario, Medellin. Received July 29, 1966. 

316063. 'Diacol H.205'. P63B. 5513 x 5514. 

Line 38. P62B. No. 5923. 

Line 36. P62A. 6414-Aislamiento. 

Line 33. P61B. No. 6067. 

Line 22. P61B. No. 6066. 

'Diacol H.253'. P63B. 5515 x 5516. 

Line 28. P62B. No. 5924. 

Line 25. P62A. 6412 Aislamiento. 

Line 26. P63B. No. 5389. 



316064. 
316065. 
316066. 
316067. 
316068. 
316069. 
316070. 
316071. 



222 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



316063 to 316077— Continued 
316072. 
316073. 
316074. 
316075. 



Line 27. P61B. No. 6068. 

'I.C.A. H.207\ P65A. 5901 x 5902. 

Line 38. P62B. No. 5923. 

Line 36. P62A. 6414 Aislamiento. 



Aztec marigold. 



316076. Line 29. P65A. No. 5605. 

316077. Line 210. P65A. No. 5606. 

316078. Tagetes erecta L. Compositae. 

From Great Britain. Seeds purchased from Thompson & Morgan, Ipswich. 
Received July 29, 1966. 

316079. Tagetes subulata Cerv. Compositae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received July 
29, 1966. 

Col. No. 18341. Twenty-one miles southeast of Tepic, Nayarit. 
Elevation 3,700 feet. Oak woodland. Annual, 25 to 40 cm. Flowers yel- 
low, varying from green glabrous to white flaccose. 

316080 to 316096. Triticum durum Desf . Gramineae. 

Durum wheat. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by New South Wales Department of 
Agriculture, Agricultural Research Station, Tanworth, New South Wales. 
Received August 1, 1966. 

316080. No. 2012 M65. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 x Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 x Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 3 x Dwarf. 

Dural 3 Dwarf. 

Dural 2 x Dwarf. . 



316097 to 316114. 

From China. Seeds presented by Taiwan Seed Service, Shin-Shieh, Taichung 
Prefecture, Taiwan Province. Received Aug. 2, 1966. 

316097. Brassica sp. Cruciferae. 

No. 4001. 



316081. 


No. 2012 M65. 


316082. 


No. 2013 M65. 


316083. 


No. 2016 M65. 


316084. 


No. 2017 M65. 


316085. 


No. 2026 M65. 


316086. 


No. 2033 M65. 


316087. 


No. 2220 M65. 


316088. 


No. 2408 M65. 


316089. 


No. 2414 M65. 


316090. 


No. 2430 M65. 


316091. 


No. 2432 M65. 


316092. 


No. 2502 M65. 


316093. 


No. 2504 M65. 


316094. 


No. 2512 M65. 


316095. 


No. 17053 M65. 


316096. 


Dural. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 223 

316097 to 316114— Continued 

316098. Brassica sp. 
No. 4002 

316099. Brassica sp. 
No. 4005. 

316100. Brassica sp. 
No. 4008. 

316101. Brassica sp. 
No. 4009. 

316102. Brassica sp. 
No. 4010. 

316103. Brassica sp. 
No. 4012. 

316104. Brassica sp. 
No. 4013. 

316105. Brassica sp. 
No. 4014. 

316106. Brassica sp. 
No. 4015. 

316107. Brassica sp. 
No. 4020. 

316108. Brassica sp. 
No. 4030. 

316109. Brassica sp. 
No. 4031. 

316110. Brassica sp. 
No. 4034. 

316111. Brassica sp. 
No. 4035. 

316112. Brassica sp. 
No. 4036. 

316113. Brassica sp. 
No. 4044. 

316114. Brassica sp. 
No. 4086. 

316115. Prunus domestica L. Rosaceae. Common plum. 

From France. Scions presented by Societe Cooperative de Recherches et 
d'Experimentations Agricoles, Perpignan. Received Aug. 3, 1966. 

'Prune d'ente P.707'. 

316116 to 316361. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction Section, Division of 
Plant Industry, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organi- 
zation, Canberra. Countries of original collection indicated where 
known. Numbered Aug. 23, 1966. 



224 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



316116 to 316361— Continued 

316116. Acacia cyanophylla Lindl. Leguminosae. Blueleaf acacia. 
W. 851. Western Australia. 

316117. Acacia longifolia (Andrews) Willd. Sydney wattle. 
N. 786. New South Wales. 

316118 and 316119. Aeschynomene indica L. Leguminosae. 

316118. C.P.I. 15827. 

316119. C.P.1. 18648. 

316120. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. 

Crested wheatgrass. 

C.P.I. 28639. Soviet Union. 

316121. Agropyron desertorum (Fisch. ex Link) Schult. 

Standard wheatgrass. 

C.P.1. 24649. Sweden. 

316122. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

C.P.I. 28640. Soviet Union. 

316123. Agropyron pycnanthum (Godr.) Gren. & Godr. 
C.P.I. 27815. France. 

316124. Alysicarpus ovalifolius (Schumak.) J.Leonard 
Q. 621. 

316125. Alysicarpus vaginalis (L.) DC. 
C. 945. 

316126 to 316158. Arachis hypogaea 
316126. CQ. 570. 



Leguminosae. 
Alyceclover. 



316127. 


CQ. 


571. 


316128. 


C.P.I. 


13970. 


316129. 


C.P.I. 


27420. 


316130. 


C.P.I. 


29163. 


316131. 


C.P.I. 


29166. 


316132. 


C.P.I. 


29177. 


316133. 


C.P.I. 


29178. 


316134. 


C.P.I. 


29386. 


316135. 


C.P.I. 


29886. 


316136. 


C.P.I. 


29887. 


316137. 


C.P.I. 


29893. 


316138. 


C.P.I. 


29895. 


316139. 


C.P.I. 


29897. 


316140. 


C.P.I. 


30089. 


316141. 


C.P.I. 


30660. 


316142. 


C.P.I. 


30661. 



L. Leguminosae. 

316143. C.P.I. 30662. 

316144. C.P.I. 30663. 

316145. C.P.I. 30678. 

316146. C.P.I. 31107. 

316147. C.P.I. 31110. 

316148. C.P.I. 31158. 

316149. C.P.I. 31363. 

316150. C.P.I. 31364. 

316151. C.P.I. 31365. 

316152. C.P.I. 31366. 

316153. C.P.I. 31367. 

316154. C.P.I. 31369. 

316155. C.P.I. 31371. 

316156. C.P.I. 31372. 

316157. C.P.I. 31373. 

316158. C.P.I. 31375. 



Peanut. 



'Krasnodarski'. 
316159 to 316161. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Preal 

316159. C.P.I. 26031. Sweden. 



Gramineae. 

Tall oatgrass. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 225 

316116 to 316361— Continued 
316159 to 316161-Continued 

316160. C.P.I. 26295. Spain. 

316161. C.P.I. 35968. 

316162. Astragalus galegiformis L. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 28146. Soviet Union. 

316163. Atriplex nummularis Lindl. Chenopodiaceae. Saltbush. 
N. 555. 

316164 and 316165. Atriplex semibaccata R. Br. Australian saltbush. 

316164. C.P.I. 13271. 

316165. N. 673. 

316166. Brachiaria brizantha (Hochst.) Stapf Gramineae. 

Palisade signalgrass. 

C.P.I. 15890. 

316167. Brachiaria ruziziensis Germain & Eyrard. 
C.P.I. 18116. 

316168. Brachiaria soluta Stapf 
C.P.I. 17091. 

316169. Brachypodium pinnatum (L.) Beauv. Japanese falsebrome. 
C.P.I. 31655. 

316170. Brachypodium rupestre (Host) Roem. & Schult. 

C.P.I. 24096. Soviet Union. 

316171 and 316172. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. 

Smooth bromegrass. 

316171. C.P.I. 9917. Soviet Union. 

316172. C.P.I. 24996. Soviet Union. 

316173 and 316174. Bromus marginatus Nees Mountain bromegrass. 

316173. C.P.I. 3455. Sweden. 

316174. C.P.I. 6070. Lithuania. 

316175 to 316177. Bromus unioloides H. B. K. 

316175. C.P.I. 27898. South Africa. 

316176. C.P.I. 29536. Argentina. 

316177. C.P.I. 29537. Argentina. 

316178. Bromus uruguayensis Arech. 
C.P.I. 25748. South America. 

316179. Calamagrostis canescens (Weber) Roth Gramineae. 
C.P.I. 22220. Poland. 

316180 and 316181. Calamagrostis epigeios (L.) Roth 

316180. C.P.I. 22222. Poland. 

316181. C.P.I. 23619. Germany. 

316182 and 316183. Calamagrostis pseudophragmites (Hall f.) Koel. 

316182. C.P.I. 22185. Sweden. 

316183. C.P.I. 22301. Soviet Union. 



226 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



316116 to 316361— Continued 

316184. Calamagrostis varia (Schrad.) Host 
C.P.I. 22186. Sweden. 

316185. Canavalia ensiformis (L.) DC. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 5769. Trinidad. 

316186. Cassia mimosoides L. Leguminosae. 
Q. 626. 

316187. Cassia occidentalis L. 
C. 870. 

316188. Casuarina cunninghamiana Miquel 



Jackbean. 



Casuarinaceae. 

Cunningham beefwood. 



316189. Cenchrus ciliaris L. Gramineae. 


Buffelgrass. 


C.P.I. 36125. 






316190 to 316198. 


Centrosema pubescens Benth. 


Leguminosae. 


316190. C.P.I. 


CQ. 730. 316195. 


C.P.I. 28109. 


316191. C.P.I. 


17911. 316196. 


C.P.I. 28323. 


316192. C.P.I. 


23605. 316197. 


C.P.I. 29187. 


316193. C.P.I. 


25355. 316198. 


C.P.I. 29739. 


316194. C.P.I. 


26258. 




316199. Chloris 


caribaea Spreng. Gramineae. 




C.P.I. 21002. 






316200. Chloris 


castilloniana Lillo & Parodi 




C.P.I. 22795. 






316201 to 316203 


. Chloris gayana Kunth 


Rhodesgrass. 


316201. C.P.I. 


35690. 'Chepararia'. 




316202. C.P.I. 


35691. 'Masaba'. 




316203. C.P.I. 


35694. 'Nzoia'. 




316204 to 316206. 


Clitoria ternatea L. Leguminosae. 

Asian pigeonwings. 


316204. C.P.I. 


16170. 




316205. C.P.I. 


17228. 




316206. C.P.I. 


20468. 




316207. Crambe 


ABYSSINICA Hochst. ex R. E. Fries Cruciferae. 


C.P.I. 35799. 






316208. Crotalaria juncea L. Leguminosae. 


Sunn-hemp. 


C.P.I. 27070. 


Ceylon. 




316209. Dactylis aschersoniana Graebn. Gramineae. 


C.P.I. 31589. 


Bulgaria. 




316210. Desmodium angustikolium (HBK.) DC. 


Leguminosae. 


C.P.I. 7856. 







316211 and 316212. Desmodium distortum (Aubl.) Macbride 

316211. C.P.I. 18297. 

316212. C.P.I. 15288. 



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227 



316116 to 316361— Continued 

316213. Desmodium intortum (Mill.) Urb. 
CQ. 704. 'Greenleaf. 

316214. Desmodium lanceolatum Schindl. ex Gagnep. 
C.P.I. 21044. 

316215. Desmodium purpureum Fawcett & Rendle 
C.P.I. 29743. 

Desmodium sandwicense E. Mey. 

11740. 316223. C.P.I. 

11741. 316224. C.P.I. 
18013. 316225. C.P.I. 
18160. 316226. C.P.I. 
18160/1. 316227. C.P.I. 

18162. 316228. C.P.I. 

18163. 316229. C.P.I. 



316216 to 316229. 
316216. C.P.I. 
316217. 
316218. 
316219. 
316220. 
316221. 
316222. 



C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 



18227. 

18230. 

18231. 

18233. 

18234. 

18235. 

28324. 

Gramineae. 

Angletongrass. 



Hyacinth-bean. 
European dunegrass. 



316230. Dichanthium aristatum (Poir.) C. E. Hubb. 

C.P.I. 16773. South Africa. 

316231. Dolichos baumannii Harms Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 24972. 

316232. Dolichos lablab L. 
Q. 684. 

316233. Elymus arenarius L. Gramineae. 
C.P.I. 25968. Soviet Union. 

316234. Elymus paboanus Claus 
C.P.I. 28131. Soviet Union. 

316235. Elymus sp. 

C.P.I. 25753. South America. 

316236 to 316240. Ehrharta calycina J. E. Smith Gramineae. 

Perennial veldtgrass. 

316236. C.P.I. 7763. South Africa. 

316237. C.P.I. 15994. South Africa. 

316238. C.P.I. 17897. South Africa. 

316239. C.P.I. 17898. South Africa. 

316240. C.P.I. 29297. South Africa. 

316241. Eriochloa procera (Retz.) Hubbard Gramineae. Cupgrass. 
C.P.I. 21036. 

316242. Eulalia mackinlayi (F. Muell.) Kuntze Gramineae. 
C. 963. 

316243 to 316246. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Gramineae. 



Tall fescue. 



316243. 
316244. 



C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 



15301. 
22179. 



Israel. 
Sweden. 



228 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316116 to 316361— Continued 
316243 to 316246 — Continued 

316245. C.P.I. 22093. Morocco. 

316246. C.P.I. 22094. Morocco. 

316247. Festuca gigantea (L.) Vill. Great fescue. 
C.P.I. 27531. Germany. 

316248. Festuca Montana Bieb. 
C.P.I. 28134. Soviet Union. 

316249. Festuca ovina L. Sheep fescue. 
C.P.I. 28600. Soviet Union. 

316250. Festuca pratensis Huds. 
C.P.I. 27138. Italy. 

316251. Festuca rupicaprina (Hack.) Beck 
C.P.I. 27478. Sweden. 

316252. Festuca varia Haenke Fescue. 
C.P.I. 2389. Soviet Union. 

316253 and 316254. Glycine javanica L. Leguminosae. 

316253. Q. 678. 'Tinaroo'. Yates & Company, Brisbane. 

316254. Q. 679. 'Clarence'. Yates & Company, Brisbane. 

316255 and 316256. Hordeum bulbosum L. Gramineae. Bulbous barley. 

316255. C.P.I. 28357. Israel. 

316256. C.P.I. 28358. Israel. 

316257. Indigofera echinata Willd. Leguminosae. 

C.P.I. 17183. Brisbane. 
316258 to 316260. Indigofera hirsuta L. Hairy indigo. 

316258. C.P.I. 29626. Thailand. 

316259. C.P.I. 29627. Thailand. 

316260. C.P.I. 29748. India. 

316261. Indigofera suffruticosa Mill. Anil indigo. 
C.P.I. 29746. 

316262. Kennedya prostrata R. Br. ex Ait. Leguminosae. 

W. 919. Western Australia. 

316263 to 316265. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 



316263. C.P.I. 


18614. Peru. 


316264. C.P.I. 


35541. 


316265. C.P.I. 


36130. 


316266 to 316269. 


Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. 

Birdsfoot trefoil 


316266. C.P.I. 


27752. Brazil. 


316267. C.P.I. 


27968. Brazil. 


316268. C.P.I. 


27970. Uruguay. Originally from France. 


316269. C.P.I. 


28053. Hungary. 



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229 



316116 to 316361— Continued 

316270. Lotus tenuis Kit. 

C.P.I. 28866. France. Originally from the United States. 

316271. Lotus corniculatus ssp. preslii (Ten.) Asch. & Graebn. 
C.P.I. 28870. France. 

316272. Lotus frondosus Freyn. 
C.P.I. 27575. Soviet Union. 

316273 and 316274. Lotus pedunculatus Cav. Big trefoil. 

316273. C.P.I. 27784. Portugal. 

316274. C.P.I. 28888. New Zealand. 
316275. Lotus tenuis Waldst. & Kit. 

C.P.I. 27227. Czechoslovakia. 
316276 to 316279. Lupinus ALBUS L. Leguminosae. White lupine. 

316276. C.P.I. 10349. Bulgaria. 

316277. C.P.I. 16557. Portugal. 

316278. C.P.I. 16564. Portugal. 

316279. C.P.I. 16576. Portugal. 
Lupinus angustifolius L. 
11480. Portugal. 
15805. Morocco. 
16582. Portugal. 
Lupinus luteus L. 
11052. Germany. 
14430. Portugal. 

14978. Israel. Originally from South Africa. 
16360. South Africa. 
16592. Portugal. 
28056. Hungary. 

Lupinus mutabilis Sweet. South American lupine. 

16596. Portugal. 
17720. Argentina. 

Medicago littoralis Rhode ex Loisel. Leguminosae. 
Victoria, Australia. 
19888. Algeria. 
Miscanthus sinensis Anderss. Gramineae. 
22646. Japan. 

Onobrychis antasiatica Khin. Leguminosae. 
27456. China. 

Onobrychis petraea Desv. 
27337. Germany. 

Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Sainfoin. 

31422. Soviet Union. 



C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 
C.P.I. 



316280 to 316282. 

316280. C.P.I. 

316281. C.P.I. 

316282. C.P.I. 
316283 to 316288. 

316283. C.P.I. 
316284. 
316285. 
316286. 
316287. 
316288. 

316289 to 316290. 

316289. C.P.I. 

316290. C.P.I. 
316291 and 316292. 

316291. V. 231. 

316292. C.P.I. 
316293. 

C.P.I. 

316294. 

C.P.I. 

316295. 
C.P.I. 

316296. 
C.P.I. 



Bitter blue lupine. 



European yellow lupine. 



230 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



L6116 to 316361- 


-Continued 






316297. Panicum 


COLORATUM L. 


Gramineae. 


C.P.I. 7940. 








316298 to 316305. 


Panicum maximum Jacq. Guineagrass 


316298. C.P.I. 


8390. 




316303. C.P.I. 27630. 


316299. C.P.I. 


15895. 




South America. 


316300. C.P.I. 


16003. 




316304. C.P.I. 30825. 


316301. C.P.I. 


16721. 




Brazil. 


316302. C.P.I. 


21359. 




316305. C.P.I. 36468. 


316306. Paspalum dilatatum Poir. 


Gramineae. Dallisgrass 



C.P.I. 11824. Brazil. 
316307. Paspalum pauciciliatum (Parodi) Herter 

C.P.I. 21375. Central America. 
316308 to 316311. Paspalum plicatulum Michx. Brownseed paspalum. 

316308. C.P.I. 2741. Guatemala. 

316309. C.P.I. 21377. Puerto Rico. 

316310. C.P.I. 21381. Central America. 

316311. C.P.I. 23729. West Indies. 

316312. Paspalum plicatulum var. plicatulum 
C.P.I. 7478. United States. 

316313. Paspalum quadrifarium Lam. 
C.P.I. 27689. Uruguay. 

316314. Paspalum scrobiculatum L. 
C.P.I. 21038. Vietnam. 

316315 to 316317. Paspalum urvillei Steud. Vasey grass. 

316315. C.P.I. 11828. Brazil. 

316316. C.P.I. 11868. Paraguay. 

316317. C.P.I. 27692. Brazil. 
316318. Paspalum virgatum L. 

C.P.I. 16064. Congo. 

316319 to 316320. Phalaris aquatica L. Gramineae. 

Large canarygrass. 



316319. C.P.I. 


21868. 


South Africa. 


316320. C.P.I. 


28009. 


Argentina. 


316321. Phalaris (hybri 


d) 


C.P.I. 28103. 


Wales. 




316322 to 316326. 


Phalaris aquatica L. 


316322. C.P.I. 


23021. 


Portugal. 


316323. C.P.I. 


23027. 


Portugal. 


316324. C.P.I. 


28560, 


Italy. 


316325. C.P.I. 


29038. 


Iraq. 


316326. C.P.I. 


29039. 


Iraq. 



Large canarygrass. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 231 

316116 to 316361— Continued 

316327 and 316328. Phalaris aquatica x p. arundinaceae 

316327. C.P.I. 28007. Argentina. 

316328. C.P.I. 28304. Uruguay. 

316329 to 316331. Phalaris arundinacea L. Reed canarygrass. 

316329. C.P.I. 7594. 

316330. C.P.I. 10446. Portugal. 

316331. C.P.I. 25004. Soviet Union. 
316332 to 316334. Phalaris coerulescens Desf. 

316332. C.P.I. 19184. Portugal. 

316333. C.P.I. 26077. Sweden. Originally from Turkey. 

316334. C.P.I. 26078. Sweden. Orignally from Turkey. 
316335 to 316337. Phalaris truncata Guss. 

316335. C.P.I. 19247. Algeria. 

316336. C.P.I. 19251. Algeria. 

316337. C.P.I. 19263. Algeria. 

316338. Phalaris tuberosa var. stenoptera (Hack.) Hitchc. 

Harding grass. 

C.P.I. 27265. Spain. 

316339. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 18556. Argentina. 

316340. Puccinellia capillaris (Liljebl.) Jansen. Gramineae. 
C.P.I. 15034. Turkey. 

316341. Setaria australiensis (Scribn. & Merr.) Vickery Gramineae. 
Q. 277. Queensland. 

316342. Setaria queenslandica Domin 
C. 919. Northern Territory. 

316343. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex M. B. Moss. 

Millet. 

C.P.I. 14378. South Africa. 

316344. Spinifex hirsutus Labill. Gramineae. 
N. 785. New South Wales. 

316345. Stylosanthes gracilis H. B. K. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 24091. Indonesia. 

316346. Teramnus volubilis Sw. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 35688. 

316347. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. Strawberry clover. 
C.P.I. 24850. Afghanistan. 

316348 and 316349. Trifolium hybridum L. Alsike clover. 

316348. C.P.I. 26134. Sweden. Originally from Turkey. 

316349. C.P.I. 29538. Argentina. 

316350 and 316351. Trifolium incarnatum L. Crimson clover. 

316350. C.P.I. 25931. Yugoslavia. 

316351. C.P.I. 27231. Czechoslovakia. 



232 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316116 to 316361— Continued 

316352 and 316353. Trifolium neglectum C.A.M. 

316352. C.P.I. 22004. Soviet Union. 

316353. C.P.I. 24645. Soviet Union. 

316354 and 316355. Trifolium resupinatum L. Persian clover. 

316354. C.P.I. 15346. Israel. 

316355. C.P.I. 26695. Pakistan. 

316356 and 316357. Trifolium resupinatum ssp. suaveolens (Willd.) 
Dinsm. 

316356. C.P.I. 27376. Portugal. 

316357. C.P.I. 27378. Portugal. 

316358. Trifolium squarrosum L. 
C.P.I. 19489. Italy. 

316359. Trifolium vesiculosum Savi. Arrowleaf clover. 
C.P.I. 28583. Italy. 

316360. Urochloa panicoides Beauv. Gramineae. 
Q. 411. Queensland. 

316361. Vicia dasycarpa Ten. Leguminosae. Woollypod vetch. 
C.P.I. 9189. 

316362 to 316363. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Australia. Scions presented by Department of Agriculture Adelaide. 
Numbered Aug. 22, 1966. 

'Granny Smith'. Spur type. 

316362. (a) Original tree. 

316363. (b) Scions from young grafts. 

316364 to 316367. 

From Korea. Seeds and bulblets collected by R. W. Lighty and E. G. Corbett, 
Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agriculture, 
Beltsville, Md. Numbered Aug. 22, 1966. 

316364. Clematis koreana Komar. Ranunculaceae. 

K-3. Northwest slope Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,450 meters. 
Growing with orchids, Berberis, Vaccinium, Abies. Receives sun about 
one-half day; moist area, open. Vine, leaves opposite, trifoliate; flowers 
yellow, some maroon on outside. (Seeds) 

316365. Corydalis ochotensis Turcz. Papaveraceae. 

K-29. Cheju City, Cheju Island. Growing from rock wall. Herbaceous 
perennial to about 1 foot high. Leaves finely divided. Flowers lemon 
yellow. (Seeds) 

316366. Empetrum nigrum var. asiaticum Nakai Empetraceae. 

K-10. Around summit of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,900 
meters. Open wind swept areas. Small, awl-shaped, evergreen leaves. 
Plants dwarf; fruit black when ripe. (Seeds) 

316367. Sedum bulbiferum Makino. Crassulaceae. 

K-30. Cheju City, Cheju Island. Growing on rock wall at about sea 
level. Fleshy-leafed herbaceous plant. Dies after flowering. Produces 
many asexual propagules in leaf axils. (Bulblets) 



I.A. 


983. 


LA. 


1041. 


LA. 


1060. 


LA. 


1066. 


LA. 


1231. 



316379. 


LA. 


1384. 


316380. 


LA. 


1393. 


316381. 


LA. 


1436. 


316382. 


LA. 


1481. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 233 

316368 to 316373. Prunus armeniaca L. Rosaceae. Apricot. 

From Syria. Budsticks presented by the Directorate of Agricultural Re- 
search, Ministry of Agriculture, Damascus. Received Aug. 29, 1966. 

316368. 'Ajami'. 316371. 'Shahmy'. 

316369. 'Baladi'. 316372. 'Tabmuri'. 

316370. 'Hamoui Tardive'. 316373. 'Wazary'. 

316374 to 316382. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From India. Cuttings presented by the Sugarcane Breeding Institute, 
Coimbatore. Received Aug. 30, 1966. 

Grown at the Regional Sugarcane Sub-Station. Olavakkot, Palghat, Kerala. 

316374. 

316375. 

316376. 

316377. 

316378. 

316383. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

From the United States. Seeds grown at University of New Hampshire, 
Durham. Numbered July 25, 1966. 

Col. No. G-16925. Bulked seed from previous introductions of P. 1. 316013- 
316032 grown in greenhouse. 

316384 to 316391. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Australia. Cuttings presented by the Bureau of Sugar Experiment 
Stations, Brisbane, Queensland. Received August 3, 1966. Numbered 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

316384. 'Comus'. 316388. 'Q-74'. 

316385. 'Triton'. 316389. 'Q-80\ 

316386. 'Q-36'. 316390. 'Q-82'. 

316387. 'Q-42'. 316391. 'Q-83'. 

316392. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Brazil. Cuttings presented by Wilson Brandao Toffano, Secao de 
Fitopatologia Aplicada, Fazenda Experimental Mato Dentro, Campinas, 
Sao Paulo. Received Aug. 1, 1966. Numbered September 1, 1966. 

'C.P. 45-184'. 

316393 to 316402. Gossypium barbadense L. Malvaceae. 

Sea-island cotton. 

From Peru. Seeds obtained by J. T. Presley, Cotton and Cordage Fibers 
Research Branch, Beltsville, Md., through Jose Giles, Instituto de Gene- 
tica, Sociedad Nacional Agraria, Lima. Received Sept. 1, 1966. 

316393. Tanguis. CN (C.P.R.) 712-60. 

316394. Tanguis. CN (W) 748-60. 

316395. Tanguis. ICA 274-59. 

316396. Tanguis. ICA 757-60. 

316397. Tanguis. LM 1041-49. 

316398. Tanguis. LMW 1730-60. 

316399. Tanguis. LMW 1736-60. 



234 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316393 to 316402— Continued 

316400. Tanguis. SNA 179. 

316401. Tanguis. SNA 1610. 

316402. Tanguis. SNA 7751. 

316403. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Argentina. Cuttings presented by the Instituto Nacional de Tech- 
nologia Agropecuaria. Buenos Aires. Received July 6, 1966. Numbered 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

'N.A. 56/30'. 

316404 to 316406. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received Sept. 2, 1966. 

316404. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

316405. Pennisetum orientale L. C. Rich. Gramineae. 

316406. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex M. B. Moss 
Gramineae. Millet. 

316407 to 316410. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Received Sept. 2, 1966. 

316407. Allium vtctorialis L. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-32. Bong Nai Waterfall, Ullung Do. Elevation 1,200 feet. 
Low shrubby, moist area. Perennial, bulbous, edible. Bifoliate, leaves 
dying before fruit matures. Flowers white. 

316408. Anemone maxima Nakai Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-35. Trail to Bong Nai Waterfall, Ullung Do. Elevation 
1,100 feet. Growing under large rock in moist area. Leaves three lobed, 
acaulescent. Fruit white with a black tip. 

316409. Lonicera insularis Nakai Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-37. Above To Dong, Ullung Do. In open areas. Deciduous 
shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit red, to 2 cm. diameter. 

316410. Trillium tschonoskii Maxim. Liliaceae. Wood-lily. 

Col. No. K-34. Trail to Bong Nai Waterfall, Ullung Do. Elevation 
1,000 feet. Growing under overhanging ledge. Thick fleshy-rooted 
perennial with single whorl of 3 leaves, to 12 inches high. 

316411 and 316412. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. 

Rhodesgrass. 

From Rhodesia. Seeds presented by Salisbury Research Station, Salisbury. 
Received Sept. 2, 1966. 

31641 1 . 'Giant'. Originally from Tanzania in 1938. 

316412. 'Katambora'. Originally collected on the banks of the Zambesi, 
30 miles north of Victoria Falls in 1951. 

316413 to 316415. 

From Finland. Seeds collected by Donald S. Douglas, Soil Conservation 
Service, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Aug. 25, 1966. Numbered Sept. 2, 1966. 

316413. Elaeagnus sp. Elaeagnaceae. 

Airport at Ravantiae, on Arctic Circle. Used as ornamental. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 235 

316413 to 316415— Continued 

316414. Lathyrus sp. Leguminosae. 

316415. Trifolium medium Huds. Leguminosae. Zigzag clover. 

316416 to 316420. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From Switzerland. Stolons collected by Glenn Burton, Coastal Plain Experi- 
ment Station, Tifton, Ga. Received Aug. 26, 1966. Numbered Sept. 2, 
1966. 

316416. Col. No. 6. Two km. northeast of Eschollbriichken near Darmstadt 
on Sandbach. Edge of small stream, soil very sandy. Plant medium 
small, leaves short, no heads, covers 30 meters. Not common. 

316417. Col. No. 13. Agricultural Experiment Station near Nyon. Road- 
side near grape vineyard. Plant small, common, competes well with other 
plants under traffic. 

316418. Col. No. 16. Dominant on loose gravel-sand highway shoulder 
near Saxon. 

316419. Col. No. 17. Dominant on loose gravel-sand highway shoulder 
Sierre. 

316420. Col. No. 18. Edge of field near road in Lugano. Plant vigorous, 
common, no insect galls on rhizomes. 

316421 and 316422. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by 0. F. Francke, Mexico, D. F. Received 
Aug. 26, 1966. Numbered Sept. 2, 1966. 

316421. Pennisetum sp. Gramineae. 
Papaloapam River Basin, Veracruz. 

316422. Setaria geniculata (Lam.) Beauv. Gramineae. 
Papaloapam River Basin, Veracruz. 

316423. Trifolium resupinatum L. Leguminosae. 

Persian clover. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by G. Ziegenbein, Staatliche Lehr — Und 
Versuchsanstalt fur Grunlandwirtschaft und Futterbau, Eichhof. Re- 
ceived Sept. 2, 1966. 

'Maral\ 

316424. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Denmark. Seeds presented by V. Lund, Danish Sugar Factories Ex- 
periment Station, Rodby. Received Sept. 2, 1966. 

'Viking*. Nr 4 (Selection from Epinal) X (1-35) Jonque, S 80 Denmark. 
316425 to 316430. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Agricultural Experiment Station, Novi 
Sad, Viovodina. Received Sept. 2, 1966. 

316425. IWWRN No. 150. Bc3546/62. San Pastore X Heine VII 3x Bobin 
2x Gaza 2x Pawnee. 

316426. IWWRN No. 151. Bc3546/62. San Pastore X Heine VII 3x 
Bobin 2x Gaza 2x Pawnee. 

316427. IWWRN. No. 152. Bc3896/62. 

316428. IWWRN No. 153. Bc3898/62. 

316429. IWWRN No. 154. Bc3925/62. Elia X Osjecka sisulfa 2x Kenya 
261.R. 



236 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316425 to 316430— Continued 

316430. IWWRN No. 155. Bc5939/62. Hebrard X San Pastore 2x Kenya 
337. BE.2.F.2. 

316431 to 316439. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented through Robert Romig, University of 
Minnesota, St. Paul. Received Sept. 6, 1966. 

316431. 'Bezosztaja 1\ 

316432. 'Bjelocerkovszkaja 198'. 

316433. 'Fertodi 293\ 

316434. 'Fleischmann 481'. 'Kompolti 169'. 

316435. 'Karcagi 522'. 

316436. 'Mironovszkaga 264'. 

316437. 'Mironovszkaga 808'. 

316438. 'Odesszkaia 16'. 

316439. 'Szkoroszpelka 3b'. 

316440. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From New Zealand. Seeds presented by L. G. Copp, Department of Scientific 
and Industrial Research, Christchurch, through K. L. Lebsock, North 
Dakota State University, Fargo, N. Dak. Received Sept. 6, 1966. 

(E450 X 3 Arawa) X 3 Hilgendorf. Hexaploid. 

316441 to 316470. 

From Fiji Islands. Seeds presented by Department of Agriculture, Suva. 
Received Sept. 6, 1966. 

316441. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. Peanut. 

F.D.A. 15193. 'Mani Pintar'. Originally from Queensland, 1959. 

316442 to 316444. Brachiaria brizantha (Hochst.) Stapf Gramineae. 

Palisade signalgrass. 

316442. F.D.A. 14897. Originally from Kenya (K. 52320). 

316443. F.D.A. 15072. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 15890). 

316444. F.D.A. 15534. Originally from Australia. 

316445. Brachiaria decumbens Stapf 
F.D.A. 15632. Originally from Australia. 

316446. Brachiaria dictyoneura (Fig. & De Not.) Stapf 
F.D.A. 15074. Originally from Australia. (C.P.I. 16707). 

316447. Brachiaria mutica (Forsk.) Stapf 
Early introduction to Fiji, about 1877. 

316448. Brachiaria ruziziensis Germain & Eyrard. 
F.D.A. 15459. Originally from Kenya. 

316449 to 316451. Cenchrus ciliaris L. Gramineae. Buffelgrass. 

316449. F.D.A. 15183. Biloela Strain. Originally from Australia. 

316450. F.D.A. 15456. Originally from Kenya (K. 5977). 

316451. F.D.A. 15630. 'Chipinga'. Originally from Maryland. 
316452 and 316453. Centrosema pubescens Benth. Leguminosae. 

316452. (1) Local selection. 

316453. (2) Originally from Papua. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 237 

316441 to 316470— Continued 

316454. Dolichos axillaris E. Mey. Leguminosae. 

F.D.A. 16003. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 28696). 
316455 and 316456. Glycine javanica L. Leguminosae. 

316455. Tinaroo*. 

316456. F.D.A. 15975. Tinaroo'. Originally from Australia (Q. 2056). 
316457. Panicum coloratum L. Gramineae. 

F.D.A. 13047. Originally from Queensland (No. 7647). 
316458 to 316461. Panicum maximum Jacq. Guineagrass. 

316458. F.D.A. 15092. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 16794). 

316459. F.D.A. 15206. Trichoglume'. Originally from Kenya (K. 5021). 

316460. F.D.A. 15475. Originally from Brazil. 

316461. F.D.A. 15756. Colonial Guineagrass. Originally from Australia 
(C.P.I. 30825). 

316462 and 316463. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. Leguminosae. 

316462. F.D.A. 15535. 'Siratro'. Originally from Australia. 

316463. F.D.A. 15313. Originally from Australia. 
316464. Phaseolus lathyroides L. 

Local. Early introduction to Fiji. 

316465 to 316468. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex M. B. 
Moss Gramineae. Millet. 

316465. F.D.A. 15111. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 14568). 

316466. F.D.A. 15112. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 16413). 

316467. F.D.A. 15666. Kasungula strain. Originally from Pretoria, 
Republic of South Africa. 

316468. F.D.A. 15758. Originally from Australia (C.P.1. 11864). 

316469. Setaria sp. 

F.D.A. 15109. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 20853). 

316470. Setaria sp. 

F.D.A 15110. Originally from Australia (C.P.I. 16725). 

316471 to 316481. Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze Theaceae. 

Tea. 

From Japan. Plants and cuttings collected by J. L. Creech, Crops Research 
Division, Plant Industry Station, Bcltsville, Md. Received Sept. 6, 1966. 

National Tea Experiment Station, Kanaya. Collected Sept. 2, 1966. 

316471. 'Beni Fuji'. Black type. Good rooting, low frost resistance. 
Registered 1960. ( Cuttings ) . 

316472. 'Beni Homare'. Black type. Good rooting, low frost resistance. 
Registered 1960. (Cuttings). 

316473. 'Makinowara Wase'. Green type. Difficult to root, poor frost 
resistance. Registered 1953. (Cuttings). 

316474. 'Okumasashi'. Green type. Fair rooting, good frost resistance. 
Registered 1962. (Cuttings).' 

316475. Yabukita'. Green type. Easily rooted, moderate frost resistance. 
Registered 1953. (Cuttings). 



238 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316471 to 316481— Continued 

316476. Yamatomidori'. Green type. Difficult to root, high frost resist- 
ance. Registered 1953. (Cuttings). 

316477. 3X. Unnamed. Green type. A spontaneous triploid. (Cut- 
tings). 

316478. 4X. Unnamed. Green type. A spontaneous tetraploid. (Cut- 
tings). 

316479. Unnamed, listed as Abo. Black type. Not frost resistant. 
Originally from Malaya. (Plants). 

316480. Unnamed, listed as Acy. Black type. Not frost resistant. Orig- 
inally from Ceylon. (Plants). 

316481. Unnamed, listed as Ast. Black type. Not frost resistant. Orig- 
inally from Darjeeling. (Plants). 

316482. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Brazil. Budsticks presented by Rolf Herz, Sao Paulo. Received Sept. 
9, 1966. 

'Amelia'. 
316483 to 316494. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Nigeria. Tubers presented by D.R.S., Ministry of Agriculture, Riyom 
via Vom. Received Sept. 12, 1966. 

316489. B-6376-3. 

316490. B-6376-W1. 

316491. B-6377-8. 

316492. B-6377-11. 

316493. B-6377-12. 

316494. B-6378-1. 

316495 to 316505. 

From Poland. Scions presented by Research Institute of Pomology, Skier- 
niewice to D. F. Millikan, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Re- 
ceived Sept. 13, 1966. 

316495 to 316497. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

316495. Antonovka X EM IX. P-l. 

316496. Antonovka X EM IX. P-II. 

316497. Antonovka X EM IX. P-VII. 

316498 to 316501. Prunus armeniaca L. Rosaceae. Apricot. 

316498. 'Aleksandyiskyi Chernyi'. 

316499. 'Syn. Krasnochohogo'. 

316500. 'Yubileynyi Navoi\ 

316501. XI-NS-5. 

316502 to 316505. Prunus persica (L.) Batsch Peach. 

316502. 'Myvnelbin'. From Russia. 

316503. 'Sochnyi'. From Russia. 

316504. 'Teish-pea-teo'. From China. 

316505. Seedling from China. 



316483. 


B-6329-1. 


316484. 


B-6337-1. 


316485. 


B-6343-1. 


316486. 


B-6347-N1. 


316487. 


B-6376-1. 


316488. 


B-6376-2. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 239 

316506 to 316510. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From Germany. Stolons collected by Glenn Burton, Coastal Plain Experiment 
Station, Tifton, Ga. Received Sept. 16, 1966. 

316506. Col. No. 7. Grafen Strasse, Auerbach. Tall, vigorous. Disease 
free. Very dominant on sandy slope in yard. 

316507. Col. No. 8. Margaretan Strasse, Auerbach. Tall; stolons long, 
hanging from stone wall. 

316508. Col. No. 9. Kasmett, near Auerbach. Tall, vigorous. Disease 
free. Roadside next to vineyard. Silt soil. 

316509. Col. No. 11. Near Ingelheim. Small, short leaved. Common. 
Sandy soils. 

316510. Col. No. 12. Near Ingelheim. Sod border around crop field. 
Plant medium; occurs only in valley. Mean temperature 7.1° C, minimum 
— 23° C, frost temperature about 4 weeks. Rainfall 500 mm. Soil 
calcareous, sandy. 

316511. Arundinaria alpina Schum. Poaceae. Bamboo. 

From the United States. Plants growing at the Plant Introduction Station, 
Glenn Dale, Md. Grown from seeds collected Oct. 25, 1964 by F. G. 
Meyer, National Arboretum, Washington, D.C. Number Sept. 19, 1966. 

Col. No. 8629. Culms to 3 inches in diameter. Plants entirely in flower and 
fruit. Original seed collected 54 km. north of Finote Selam, near Injubaro, 
Gojam Province, Ethiopia. Elevation 8,000 feet. 

316512 to 316527. 

From Italy. Scions presented by Instituto di Frutticoltura, Rome. Received 
August 22, 1966. Numbered Sept. 19, 1966. 

316512 to 316524. Prunus armeniaca L. Rosaceae. Apricot. 

316512. 'Baracca'. Naples. 

316513. 'Boccuccia'. Naples. 

316514. 'Cofona'. Naples. 

316515. 'Di Nancy'. 

316516. 'Durona'. 

316517. 'Luizet'. 

316518. 'Montedoro'. Naples. 

316519. 'Palummella'. Naples. 

316520. 'Pazza'. Naples. 

316521. 'Prete'. Naples. 

316522. 'S. Francesco'. Naples. 

316523. 'Sorrentina'. Naples. 

316524. 'Zeppa di Sisco'. Naples. 

316525. Prunus domestica L. Common plum. 

Tulea Grass'. 
316526 and 316527. Prunus persica (L.) Batsch Peach. 

316526. 'Florano-84'. 

316527. 'Marzocchella'. 

316528. Rosa x fortuneana Lindl. Rosaceae. 

From the United States. Plants presented by the University of Florida, 
Gainesville. Received Aug. 23, 1966. Numbered Sept. 27, 1966. 



240 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316529 to 316534. Prunus domestica L. Rosaceae. 

Common plum. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Scions presented by the All- 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received Aug. 22, 1966. 
Numbered Sept. 19, 1966. 

316529. N-8-1, No data. 

316530. N-1716. Dark brown; light blue bloom. Flesh sweet, acid. Free- 
stone, Average weight of fruit 32 g. Late August. 

316531. Aizpates N-96. Purple; light blue bloom. Flesh sweet, juicy, 
flavor good. Freestone. Average weight of fruit 33 g. Ripe fruits will 
not drop. Late August. 

316-32. Q-18520. 'Yellow Tartukhina'. 

326533. Q-18521. 'Yellow Khopty\ 

316534. Q-18522. 'Early Efremova'. 

316535. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. European grape. 

From South Africa. Cuttings presented by R. M. Siebritz, Keerweder, Fran- 
schoek, Cape Province through J. J. Lowes, Plant Introduction Officer, 
Pretoria. Received Aug. 8, 1966. Numbered Sept. 19, 1966. 

'Salba\ Selected from the cross 'Barlinka' X Alphonse Lavallee". A 
midseason variety with uniform bunches of black, tough-skinned, nonsplitting, 
seeded berries. Fruit stores well. 

316536. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From Austria. Stolons presented by the Naturhistorisches Museum, Bo- 
tanische Abteilung, Vienna. Received Aug. 30, 1966. Numbered Sept. 
19, 1966. 

Growing on the margin of park lawns in the city of Vienna, Maria There- 
sienplatz. 

316537 to 316545. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Horticultural Research Station, Ministry of 
Agriculture, Okitsu, Shimizu, Shizuoka. Received July 11, 1996. Num- 
bered Sept. 19, 1966. 

316537 and 316538. Citrus aurantium L. Rutaceae. Sour orange. 

316537. 'Konejime'. Nanyo Branch, Ehime Prefectural Station. Vigor- 
ous grower. 

316538. 'Tosu'. Izu Branch, Shizuoka Prefectural Station. Resembles 
'Konejime'. Vigorous grower. 

316539 to 316545. Citrus reticulata Blanco Mandarin orange. 

Okitsu Branch. 

316539. 'Dobashi-beni\ Strain of late satsuma. Rind and flesh deeper 
reddish brown. 

316540. 'Hayashi Unshiu'. Grown in Wakayama prefecture. Patented 
strain of satsuma. 

316541. 'Ishikawa Unshiu'. Okitsu Horticultural Research Station. 
Grown only in Shizuoka prefecture. Patented strain of satsuma. 
Late; good keeping quality. 

316542. 'Miho wase'. Developed at Okitsu Station. Seedling line strain 
of early satsuma. 

316543. 'Okitsu Wase'. Developed at Okitsu Station. Seedling line 
strain of early satsuma. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 241 

316537 to 316545— Continued 

316539 to 316545— Continued 

316544. 'Sugiyama Unshiu'. Okitsu Horticultural Research Station. 
Satsuma strain from Shizuoka prefecture; earlier than common strains, 
widely distributed. Very productive, good quality. 

316545. 'Unshiu'. Mixture of different strains of late satsumas gathered 
from the SSK Packing Plant. 

316546 to 316551. 

From Morocco. Scions collected by Quentin Zielinski, Oregon State College, 
Corvallis, Oreg. Received Mar. 22, I960. Numbered Sept. 19, 1966. 

316546. Pyrus sp. Rosaceae. 
No. 36. 

316547. Pyrus sp. 
No. 37. 

316548. Pyrus sp. 
No. 39. 

316549. Pyrus sp. 

No. 40. 'Kisba Tidla'. 

316550. Pyrus sp. 
From Midelt. 

316551. Pyrus sp. 
From Taourirt. 

316552 and 316553. 

From Morocco. Scions presented by Institut National dc la Recherche 
Agronomique Service de l'Horticulture, Rabat. Received March 10, 1966. 

Numbered Sept. 19, 1966. 

316552. Pyrus cossonii Render Rosaceae. 
Originally from Wageningen, The Netherlands. 

316553. Pyrus salnifolia De Candolle 
Originally from Geneva, Switzerland. 

316554 to 316585. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1966. 

316554. Alysicarpus longifolius (Rottl.) Wight & AVn. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 16671. 

316555. Alysicarpus rugosus (Willd.) DC. 

C.P.I. 29736. 

316556 and 316557. Cajanus ca.tan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. 

Pigeon-pea. 

316556. C.P.I. 18301. 

316557. C.P.I. 20133. 

316558 and 316559. Canavalia ensiformis (L.) DC. Leguminosae. 

Jackbean. 

316558. C.P.I. 5769. 

316559. C.P.I. 17435. 





Hyacinth-bean 


316573. 


C.P.I. 24973. 


316574. 


C.P.I. 29398. 


316575. 


C.P.I. 30213. 



242 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316554 to 316585— Continued 

316560. Desmanthus virgatus (L.) Willd. ~ Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 30205. 

316561. Desmodium adscendens (Sw.) DC. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 7856. 

316562. Desmodium angustifolium (HBK.) DC. 
C.P.I. 17183. 

316563 to 316565. Desmodium distortum (Aubl.) Macbride 

316563. C.P.I. 15288. 

316564. C.P.I. 18297. 

316565. C.P.I. 28324. 

316566 to 316568. Dolichos biflorus L. Leguminosae. 

Twinflower dolichos. 

316566. C.P.I. 8329. 

316567. C.P.I. 8342. 

316568. C.P.I. 14629. 

316569 to 316575. Dolichos lablab L. 

316569. Q. 684. 'Rongai'. 

316570. C.P.I. 16880. 

316571. C.P.I. 23551. 

316572. C.P.I. 23934. 

316576 to 316579. Hedysarum coronarium L. Leguminosae. Sulla. 

316576. C.P.I. 14466. 316578. C.P.I. 20623. 

316577. C.P.I. 19836. 316579. C.P.I. 27144. 

316580. Indigofera subulata Vahl. ex Poir. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 24205. 

316581. Phaseolus lathyroides L. Leguminosae. 
Q. 658. 

316582. Stylosanthes fruticosa (Retz.) Alston Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 25368. 

316583 and 316584. Stylosanthes gracilis HBK. 

316583. Q. 682. 

316584. C.P.I. 24091. 

316585. Tframnus uncinatus (L.) Swartz Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 22620. 

316586. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by K. P. Barley, University of Adelaide, 
Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Adelaide. Received Sept. 20, 1966. 

'White Brunswick'. 

316587. Piper nigrum L. Piperaceae. Black pepper. 

From Thailand. Cuttings collected by Llewelyn Williams, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
Collected Jan. 24, 1965. Numbered Sept. 20, 1966. 

Col. No. 19312. On property of Chow Chinokul, Trang Province. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 243 

316588. Ilex crenata Thunb. Aquifoliaceae. Japanese holly. 

From the United States. Plant growing at National Arboretum, Washington, 
D.C. Numbered Sept. 20, 1966. 

N.A. No. 16473. 'High Light'. Originated from single branch mutation of 
/. crenata 'Microphylla'. Plant broad conic. Branches and foliage boxwood- 
like. Male. Easily propagated by cuttings. 

316589 to 316594. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Peru. Tubers collected by Alberto Martin, Estacion Experimental 
Agricola, La Molina. Received Sept. 15, 1966. Numbered Sept. 20, 1966. 

Department Huancavelica, Province Tayacaja. 

316589. Col. No. 1. 'Suito Shiri'. Zone Nahuinpuquio. Elevation 3,600 
to 4,200 meters. 

316590. Col. No. 2. 'Suito Shiri'. Zone San Cristobal de Nahuinpuquio. 
Elevation 3,700 to 4,200 meters. 

316591. Col. No. 3. 'Shiri'. Zone Imperial Nahuinpuquio. Elevation 
3,700 to 4,200 meters. 

316592. Col. No. 4. 'Suito Shiri'. Zone Mullaca. Elevation 3,600 to 4,200 
meters. 

316593. Col. No. 5. 'Shiri'. Zone Mullaca. Elevation 3,600 to 4,200 
meters. 

316594. Col. No. 6. 'Janshillo'. Zone Mullaca. Elevation 3,600 to 4,200 
meters. 

316595 to 316609. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Sept. 21, 1966. 

316595. Actaea spicata var. nigra Willd. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-137. Shady areas along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. 
Elevation 1,380 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruits terminal, blue 
black. 

316596. Alangium platan ifolium var. trilobum (Miq.) Ohwi Cornaceae. 

Col. No. K-131. Shaded area near trail to No Go Dan on Mt. Chiri, 
Cholla Namdo. Elevation 840 meters. Low open shrub. Leaves like 
Platanus. Fruit blue. 

316597. Clematis sp. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-168. Near No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 
1,350 meters. Woody vine. Flower not seen. 

316598. Clintonia udensis Trautv. & Mey. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-150. In dense shade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. 
Elevation 1,440 meters. Herbaceous perennial, usually bifoliate. Fruit 
blue. 

316599. Coreanomecon hylomeconoides Nakai Papaveraceae. 

Col. No. K-132. In shady, moist area near trail up Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Namdo. Elevation 900 meters. Herbaceous perennial to 30 cm. Flower 
bright yellow. Sap red. 

316600. Euonymus macropterus Rupr. Celastraceae. 

Col. No. K-155. Sim Won, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 700 
meters. Deciduous shrub to 5 meters. Fruit red, winged. 

316601. Euonymus oxyphyllus Miquel 

Col. No. K-156. Sim Won, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 700 
meters. Decidious shrub to 3 meters. Fruit pink, not winged. 



244 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316595 to 316609— Continued 

316602. Hemerocallis coreana Nakai Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-151. Common in open areas along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Namdo. Elevation 1,500 meters. Strap-leaved perennial, flowers yellow. 

316603. Ilex dubia var. macropoda (Miquel) Loes. Aquifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-133. Along trail up Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Growing in 
open. Elevation 1,110 meters. Tall deciduous shrub to 4 meters. Fruit 
red in small clusters. 

316604. Paeonia japonica Miyabe & Takeda Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-153. In open area on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 
1,500 meters. Herbaceous perennial, to 1 meter high. Flower not seen. 

316605. Primula sp. Primulaceae. 

Col. No. K-148. In shady moist area along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Namdo. Elevation 1,410 meters. Rosette-forming perennial to x k meter. 
Flowers mauve. Leaves circular, dentate. 

316606. Schisandra chinensis (Turcz.) Baill. Magnoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-158. Sim Won, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 700 
meters. Woody vine. Leaves alternate. Fruit red in clusters. 

316607. Streptopus streptopoides (Ledeb.) Frye & Rigg. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-135. In shady area along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. 
Elevation 1,350 meters. Fleshy-rooted perennial. Fruit red, terminal 
stem internodes angled. 

316608. Vaccinium koreanum Nakai Ericaceae. 

Col. No. K-134. On summit of secondary peak, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. 
Elevation 1,500 meters. Deciduous shrub, to 1 meter. Fruit red, edible. 

316609. Viburnum sargentii Koehne Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-164. Above No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Namdo. Growing 
in open alpine meadow. Elevation 1,410 meters. Deciduous shrub, to 2 
meters. Fruit red. 

316610. Lupinus albus L. Leguminosae. White lupine. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by R. V. Sengbusch, Max Planck Institut 
fur Kulturpflanzenzuchtung, Hamburg- Volhsdorf. Numbered Sept. 21, 
1966. 

'Saatgut'. Alkaloid-free. 
316611 to 316622. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agricul- 
ture, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Sept. 21, 1966. 

316611. Betula platyphylla Sukatchev Betulaceae. Asian white birch. 

Col. No. K-57. Seoul. Growing in garden of Chang Duck Girls School. 
Deciduous tree to 7 meters high. Bark white. Fruit in catkins. 

316612. Buxus microphylla var. koreana Nakai Buxaceae. 

Col. No. K-58. On slopes of Mt. Kwanak, south of Seoul. Elevation 100 
meters. Growing among rhododendrons and second-growth pine. Low 
evergreen shrub. Leaves small. 

316613. Carex kobomugi Ohwi Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. K-74. On beach south of Yang Yang, Kangwando. Growing in 
pure sand. Low grassy perennial. Inflorescence short, dense. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 245 

316611 to 316622— Continued 

316614. Calystegia soldanella R. Br. Convolvulaceae. 

Col. No. K-75. On beach south of Yang Yang, Kangwando. Growing in 
sand. Prostrate vining plant with cordate, somewhat fleshy leaves. Seeds 
about 4 to a capsule, black. 

316615. Clematis patens Morr. & Decne. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-103. Swampy area near Taek Wal Yang Experiment Station, 
Kangwando. Elevation 780 meters. Fruiting head large. 

316616. Cornus controversa Hemsl. Cornaceae. Giant dogwood. 

Col. No. K-64. Along edge of streambed on east side of Mt. Sorak, 
Kangwando. Elevation 200 meters. Deciduous tree, to 8 meters high. 
Leaves alternate. Fruit in flat-topped corymb. 

316617. Hemerocallis sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-59. Trail along rocky streambed at base of Mt. Sorak, Kang- 
wando. Perennial, strap leaved, fleshy rooted. Flower stalk shorter than 
leaves. 

316618. Lonicera nigra L. Caprifoliaceae. Honeysuckle. 

Col. No. K-104. Swampy area near Taek Wal Yang Experiment Station, 
Kangwando. Elevation 780 meters. Growing in full sun. Compact decidu- 
ous shrub, to 1 meter high. Fruit red, single. 

316619. Maianthemum dilatatum (Wood) A. Nels. & Macbr. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-47. On Mt. Songin-Bang, Ullung-Do. Elevation 900 meters. 
In dense woods. Herbaceous perennial with short, thin rhizome. Two 
shield-shaped leaves on each plant. 

316620. Prunus padus L. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-69. East slope of Park Tal Mountain, east end of Sorak 
Range, Kangwando. Elevation 800 meters. Growing in moist open areas. 
Deciduous tree, to 5 meters high. Fruit black, edible, in racemes. Leaves 
glaucous beneath. 

316621 and 316622. Vaccinium koreanum Nakai Ericaceae. 

316621. Col. No. K-70. West slope of Park Tal Mountain, east end of 
Sorak Range, Kangwando. Elevation 800 meters. Growing in pine 
oak forest. Deciduous shrub, to 50 cm. high. Fruit single, red, sour. 

316622. Col. No. K-96. Along trail on Mt. Odai, Kangwando. Eleva- 
tion 810 meters. Growing on edge of streambed. Deciduous shrub, to 
1.5 meters high. Fruit red. 

316623 to 316627. 

From Venezuela. Seeds collected by G. P. Gibbs, Food and Agriculture Or- 
ganization, Barquisimeto. Received Sept. 22, 1966. 

316623. Desmodium adscendens (Sw.) DC. Leguminosae. 

316624. Desmodium affine Schlecht. 

316625. Desmodium sp. 
No. 2. 

316626. Desmodium sp. 
No. 3. 

316627. Rhynchosia minima (L.) DC. Leguminosae. 

316628 to 316631. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Received Sept. 22, 1966. 



246 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316628 to 316631— Continued 

316628. Clematis trichotoma Nakai Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-112. Along trail on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Namdo. Eleva- 
tion 1,100 feet. Growing on shrubs. Perennial vine. 

316629. Iris laevigata Fisch. Iridaceae. 

Col. No. K-121. On ground of Seoul National University, Suwon. 
Strap-leaved perennial. Flowers reportedly small, blue. 

316630. Rubus takesimensis Nakai Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-56. Open areas near To Dong, Ullungdo. Elevation about 
100 meters. Straggling deciduous shrub. Thornless, fruit red, subacid, fair 
quality. Picks clean, holds together well. 

316631. Sambucus williamsii Hance Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-128. Campus of Seoul National University, Suwon. Shrub, 
tall, to 5 meters. Leaves pinnately compound. Fruit purplish black. 

316632 to 316635. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1966. 

316632 and 316633. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

316632. C.P.I. 16043. 

316633. C.P.I. 27211. 

316634. Gossypium populifolium (Benth.) F. Muell. ex Tod. Malvaceae. 
Originally from Western Botanic Gardens. 

316635. Gossypium sturtianum J. H. Willis 
Originally from Western Australia Botanic Gardens. 

316636. Lycopersicon (hybrid) Solanaceae. 

From Poland. Seeds presented by Academie Polanaise Des Sciences, Institut 
de Genetique, Skierniewice. Received Sept. 22, 1966. 

No. L. 826. L. esculentum X L. minutum. B"7B m ,sp/sp, u/u. High in 
beta carotene. 

316637 and 316638. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, 
Horticultural Research Station, Morioka Branch, Shimokurlyagawa, 
Morioka. Received Sept. 22, 1966. 

316637. Sambucus sp. Caprifoliaceae. 
Red strain. 

316638. Sambucus sp. Caprifoliaceae. 
Yellow strain. 

316639. Prunus persic a (L.) Batsch # Rosaceae. Peach. 

From Canada. Scions presented by the Research Station, Harrow, Ontario. 
Received Sept. 22, 1966. 

'Dwarf Blood'. 
316640 to 316656. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Received Sept. 29, 1966. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 247 

316640 to 316656— Continued 

316640 and 316641. Acer triflorum Komarov Aceraceae. 

Three-flower maple. 

316640. Col. No. K-181. Small arboretum on college campus, Suwon. 
Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves trifoliate. Bark tan, ex- 
foliating. Fruit with heavy shell. 

316641. Col. No. K-198. Maple-oak forest near Forest Experiment Sta- 
tion, Kwang Nung, Kyunggido. Deciduous tree to 20 meters high. 
Leaves trifoliate. Bark on branches slightly exfoliating. 

316642. Aristolochia contorta Bunge Aristolochiaceae. 

Col. No. K-189. Kwang Kyo. Growing on shrub in open area. Herba- 
ceous vine. Leaves cordate; fruit globular. 

316643. Asparagus oligoclonos Maxim. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-190. Kwang Kyo. Along edge of rocky streambed. Herba- 
ceous perennial to 1.5 meters high. Leaves linear; fruit axillary, red. 

316644. Phaseolus angularis var. nipponensis (Ohwi) Ohwi Legu- 
minosae. 

Col. No. K-192. Kwang Kyo. Open grassy areas. Herbaceous. Flow- 
ers white ; fruit small, black when ripe. 

316645. Betula davurica Pall. Betulaceae. Dahurian birch. 

Col. No. K-217. Campus of Agriculture College of Seoul National Uni- 
versity, Suwan. Deciduous tree to 12 meters high. Bark exfoliating, 
grayish tan. 

316646. Cardiospermum halicacabum L. Sapindaceae. Balloon vine. 

Col. No. K-169. Suwon. Growing in Agronomy Department display 
garden. Herbaceous vine. Flowers small, white; fruit bladdery; capsule 
to 4 cm.; 3 seeds per pod. 

316647. Crataegus maximowiczii Schneider Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-170. Suwon. Growing in small arboretum. Loose shrub to 
2 meters high ; fruits red. 

316648. Iris rossii Baker Iridaceae. 

Col. No. K-171. Temple grounds about 5 km. from Suwon. Herbaceous 
perennial. Leaves longer than flower stems. 

316649. Julans mandshurica Maxim. Juglandaceae. Manchee walnut. 

Col. No. K-209. In plantings and mixed forest of Forest Experiment 
Station, Kwang Nung, Kyunggido. Deciduous tree to 20 meters high. 
Fruit edible. 

316650. Malus baccata (L.) Moench Rosaceae. Siberian crabapple. 

Col. No. K-202. Along streambed, Kwang Nung, Kyunggido. Deciduous 
tree to 15 meters high. Fruit small, red. 

316651. Phytolacca esculenta Van Houtte Phytolaccaceae. 

Col. No. K-157. Sim Won, Mt. Shiri, Cholla Namdo. Elevation 700 
meters. Herbaceous perennial to 1 meter high. Leaves broad and long; 
fruit purplish. 

316652. Platycarya sp. Juglandaceae. 

Col. No. K-211. Edge of parking lot for King's Tomb, Kwang Nung, 
Kyunggido. Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves compound; fruit 
in racemes. 

316653. Prunus japonica var. nakaii (Steud.) Koehne Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-208. Along streambank, Kwang Nung, Kyunggido. Small 
deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Fruit cherry sized, red, tart. 



248 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316640 to 316656— Continued 

316654. Rubus triphyllus Thunb. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-184. Kwang Kyo. Open grassy area; stony soil. Semi- 
erect, thorny canes. Fruit red, separates from core. 

316655. Symplocos prunifolia Sieb. & Zucc. Symplocaceae. 

Col. No. K-183. Small arboretum on college campus, Suwon. Deciduous 
shrub to two meters high. Fruit blue. 

316656. Virburnum erosum Thunb. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-191. Kwang Kyo. Along edge of rocky streambed. Decidu- 
ous shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit small, red. 

316657 to 316666. Pennisetum typhoides (Burm. f.) Stapf & 
C.E. Hubbard Gramineae. Millet. 

From Ghana. Seeds presented by Ghana Academy of Sciences, Crops Re- 
search Institute, Plant Introduction and Exploration, Bunso-Bosuso. Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1966. 

316657. 'Cherzona' (Kassena). Early. 

316658. 'Manga Local'. Early. 

316659. 'Manganara I'. Early. 

316660. 'Manganara 2'. Early. 

316661. 'Mimpopona' (Kassena). Late. 

316662. 'Mimpozona' (Dagbana). Late. 

316663. 'Nyanza I\ Late. 

316664. 'Nyanza 2\ Late. 

316665. 'Nyankpala Local'. Late. 

316666. 'Walor' (Kassens). Early. 

316667 to 316669. Cydonia oblonga Mill. Rosaceae. Quince. 

From Poland. Scions presented by Research Institute of Pomology, Skier- 
niewice. Received Aug. 11, 1966. Numbered Sept. 30, 1966. 

316667. Pigwa S-l. 

316668. Pigwa S-2. 

316669. Pigwa Skierniewice S-3. 

316670. Tamarix aphylla (L.) Karst. Tamaricaceae. 

From the United States. Plants growing at Plant Introduction Station, 
Miami, Fla. Numbered Sept. 30, 1966. 

316671 to 316682. 

From the United States. Plants bred or selected at National Arboretum, 
Washington, D.C. Numbered Sept. 30, 1966. 

316671 to 316674. Lagerstroemia indica L. Lythraceae. 

Common crapemyrtle. 

316671. N.A. 28861. 'Catawba'. (Dwarf lilac) X (tall, light lavender). 
Growth habit dense, globose, medium. Inflorescences abundant, com- 
pact, dark purple. 

316672. N.A. 28862. 'Conestoga'. (White) X 'Low Flame'. Growth 
habit open. Inflorescences long tapered, arch gracefully outward, 
early; florets medium lavender change to pale lavender. 

316673. N.A. 28863. 'Potomac'. Selection from colchicine treated 
seedlings. Growth upright. Inflorescences terminal, large, clear light 
pink. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 249 

316671 to 316682— Continued 
316671 to 316674— Continued 

316674. N.A. 28864. 'Powhatan'. (Dwarf lilac) X (tall, light laven- 
der). Growth habit compact, medium. Inflorescences abundant, com- 
pact, medium lavender. 

316675 and 316676. Viburnum (hybrid). Caprifoliaceae. Viburnum. 

316675. N.A. 28865. 'Alleghany'. (V. rhytidophyllnm X V. lantana). 

F 2 selection. Plant compact. Leaves glossy, dark green, coriaceous. 
Fruit ripens from red orange to black. 

316676. N.A. 28869. 'Oneida'. (V. dilatatum X V. lobophyllum) . 

Plant upright; several periods of flowering each season. Fruit abun- 
dant, scarlet, persistent. 

316677 and 316678. Viburnum dilatatum Thunb. Linden viburnum. 

316677. N.A. 28866. 'Catskill'. Selection from seed received from Prov- 
ince Matsu, Hondo, Japan. Growth compact; leaves small; fruit heavy. 

316678. N.A. 28867. 'Iroquois'. Viburnum dilatation selections hybrid. 
Plant globose. Leaves large, heavy textured. Fruit large, brilliant 
red, large clusters. 

316679. Viburnum lantana L. Wayfaring-tree. 

N.A. 28868. 'Mohican'. Large-fruited selection from seed obtained 
from Poland. Plant dense. Foliage heavy, resistant to leaf spot; fruit 
brilliant orange, effective for a month. 

316680 and 316681. Viburnum sargentii Koehne 

316680. N.A. 28870. 'Onondaga'. Seedling selection. Plant upright; 
young growth dark, velvety maroon; fruit crimson. 

316681. N.A. 28872. 'Susquehanna'. Selection from seed received from 
Province Matsu, Hondo, Japan. Branches stout, upright; trunk corky; 
foliage glossy; flower and fruit inflorescences large. 

316682. Viburnum sieboldii Miquel Siebold viburnum. 

N.A. 28871. 'Seneca'. V. sieboldii selection. Tree growth habit. Fruit 
hard, red, not eaten by birds, effective several months. 

316683 to 316685. 

From the United States. Seeds collected in Florida by C. R. Gunn, botanist, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Re- 
ceived Oct. 3, 1966. 

316683. Vicia acutifolia Ell. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 3364. Lake County, Florida. 

316684. Vicia floridana S. Wats. 

Col. No. 3348. Taylor County, Florida. 

316685. Vicia ocalensis G. & K. 

Col. No. 3361. Lake County, Florida. 

316686. Vicia leavenworthii Torr. & Gray Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by Mildred Mauldin, Registered 
Seed Technician, Southwest Seed Testing Service, Waco, Tex. Received 
Oct. 3, 1966. 

Collected in Edwards Plateau, Tex. 

316687. Vicia ludovktana Nutt. Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by R. Runyon, Botanist, Brownsville, 
Tex. Received Oct. 3, 1966. 

Col. No. 6015. Brownsville, Tex. 



250 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316688 to 316719. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Received Oct. 4, 1966. 

316688. Akebia quinata Decne. Lardizabalaceae. 

Col. No. K-271. Near Temple on Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Large peren- 
nial vine. Fruit elongate, edible. Leaves palmate, five-lobed. 

316689. Asparagus schoberioides Kunth Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-284. Streambed, Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. Elevation 
300 meters. Small tree or large shrub with several stems. Some branches 
producing adventitious roots. 

316690 and 316691. Betula costata Trautv. ex Maxim. Betulaceae. 

316690. Col. No. K-269. Along trail on Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Decidu- 
ous small-medium tree. Bark white, exfoliating; leaves longer than 
broad. 

316691. Col. No. K-279. Along road from Ko Chun to Muu Ju. Growing 
in open on cliff edge. Deciduous tree to 5 meters high. Bark white, 
exfoliating. 

316692. Chloris virgata Swartz Gramineae. Feather fingergrass. 

Col. No. 287. Seaward edge of seawall, Kan Ja. Clump-forming grass. 
Stems tend to flatten, inflorescences upright, digitately compound, purple 
red when young. 

316693. Clematis trichotoma Nakai Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-220. Along streambed on Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. 
Elevation 450 meters. Vine, usually in open areas; flowers in 3's. 

316694. Cornus coreana Wanger. Cornaceae. 

Col. No. K-278. Along road from Ko Chun to Muu Ju. Deciduous shrub 
to 3 meters high. Fruit in a cyme, may be green when ripe. 

316695. Cornus kousa Hance. Kousa dogwood. 

Col. No. K-277. Along trail to Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Deciduous tree to 
5 meters high. Branches nearly horizontal. Fruit red. 

316696. Diospyros kaki L. f. Ebenaceae. Kaki persimmon. 

Col. No. K-250. Purchased from vendors along roadside Ok Chun. 
Early ripening, sweet tasting. 

316697. Diospyros lotus L. Persimmon. 

Col. No. K-281. Along road from Ok Chun to Taejon, in field. Tree to 
15 meters high. Fruit small, blue when ripe, seedy. Used as rootstock. 

316698. Eragrostis japonica (Thunb.) Trin. Gramineae. 

Col. No. K-265. On edge of manmade lake, Muu Ju. Flowers reddish 
spikes. Variable in stature. Ornamental. 

316699. Euonymus alatus (Thunb.) Rupr. Celastraceae. 

Winged euonymus. 

Col. No. K-225. Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. Growing in partial 
shade. Elevation 450 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Bark 
not winged. 

316700. Euonymus oxyphyllus Miquel 

Col. No. K-253. Along stream on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ho Chun, Cholla Pukto. 
Deciduous shrub or small tree to 5 meters high. Fruit red, plentiful. 

316701. Gypsophila oldhamiana Miq. Caryophyllaceae. 

Col. No. K-286. Island off Kan Ja. Herbaceous perennial to 75 cm. high. 
Flowers white with some pink. Leaves small, linear. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 251 

316688 to 316719— Continued 

316702. Hemerocallis coreana Nakai Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-270. In grassy area near temple on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. 
Herbaceous perennial to 1 meter high. 

316703 and 316704. Ilex Montana var. macropoda (Miq.) Fernald Aqui- 
foliaceae. 

316703. Col. No. K-249. Growing in open along trail on Mt. Sok Ni. 
Elevation 450 meters. Deciduous shrub to 5 meters high. Fruit red. 

316704. Col. No. K-274. Along road to Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Decidu- 
ous shrub or small tree to 6 meters high. Fruit small, red. Very pro- 
ductive specimen. 

316705. Impatiens textorii Miq. Balsaminaceae. 

Col. No. K-221. Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong, Pukto. In moist shady areas. 
Herbaceous plant to 1 meter high. Flowers purple. 

316706. Lilium miquelianum Makino Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-259. Along trail to Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Bulbous peren- 
nial. Scales jointed. Stems rooting. 

316707. Lindera erythrocarpa Makino Lauraceae. 

Col. No. K-247. Along rocky stream, Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong, Pukto. 
Elevation 390 meters. Deciduous small tree. Fruit red. 

316708. Lindera obtusiloba Blume 

Col. No. K-248. Along rocky stream, Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong, Pukto. 
Elevation 390 meters. Deciduous small tree or large shrub to 5 meters high. 
Leaves lobed ; fruit black. 

316709 and 316710. Magnolia sieboldii K. Koch.^ Magnoliaceae. 

Oyama magnolia. 

316709. Col. No. K-223. Streambed, Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. 
Elevation 300 meters. Small tree or large shrub with several stems. 
Some branches producing adventitious roots. 

316710. Col. No. K-254. Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun, Cholla Pukto. Small 
tree with several stems. Fruit red. 

316711. Malus sieboldii (Regal) Rehder Rosaceae. Toringo crabapple. 

Col. No. 255. Along stream on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun, Cholla Pukto. 
Deciduous tree to 8 meters high. Fruit small, red. Some leaves lobed at 
base. 

316712. Schizandra chinensis C. Koch Magnoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-251. Ko Chun, on Mt. Tok-Yu. Vine clambering over plants 
in partial shade. Fruit red, in hanging clusters. 

316713. Staphylea bumalda DC. Staphyleaceae. 

Col. No. K-275. Along trail on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Deciduous shrub 
to 2 meters high. Fruit abundant. 

316714. Symplocos paniculata (Thunb.) Miq. Symplocaceae. 

Col. No. 245. On Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. Elevation 360 meters. 
Growing in partial shade. Deciduous shrub. Fruit blue. 

316715. Tilia miqueliana Maxim. Tiliaceae. Mongolian linden. 

Col. No. K-235. On temple grounds, Pok Chu Sa, Mt. Sok Ni. Deciduous 
tree to 20 meters high. Round headed, good shape. 

316716. Tilia taquetii C. K. Schneider 

Col. No. K-252. Along stream on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun, Cholla Pukto. 
Tree to 15 meters high. Fruit small. 



252 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316688 to 316719— Continued 

316717. Vaccinium koreanum Nakai Ericaceae. 

Col. No. K-256. Along stream on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Deciduous 
shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit red, fair size, tart. Leaves turning pink- 
ish red in fall. 

316718. Viburnum dilatatum Thunb. Caprifoliaceae. Linden viburnum. 

Col. No. K-246. Along trail up Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. Eleva- 
tion 450 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit small, red. 

316719. Vitis amurensis Rupr. Vitaceae. Amur grape. 

Col. No. K-219. Mt. Sok Ni, Chunchong Pukto. Common at various 
altitudes. Vigorous vine clambering over small tree. Fruit purple, small, 
tart. 

316720 to 316728. 

From Great Britain. Plants presented by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 
Richmond, Surrey, England. Received Oct. 5, 1966. 

316720. Ixora chinensis Lam. Rubiaceae. 

316721. Ixora coccinea L. 
'Superba'. 

316722. Ixora lutea Hutch. 

316723. Ixora rosea Wall 

316724. Ixora sp. 

316725. Ixora sp. 

316726. Ixora sp. 
'Henry Morat'. 

316727. Ixora sp. 
'Red Velvet'. 

316728. Ixora sp. 
'Super King'. 

316729. Paspalum dilatatum Poir. Gramineae. Dallisgrass. 

From the United States. Plants presented by C. R. Owen, Department of 
Agronomy, Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Baton Rouge, 
La. Plants growing at Southern Regional Plant Introduction Station, 
Experiment Ga. Numbered Oct. 6, 1966. 

Roadside north of Ida, La. Clone distinguished only by hirsute covering on 
leaves and glumes. 

316730 to 316759. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From the Dominican Republic. Cuttings presented by the Central Romana 
Corporation, La Romona. Received Oct. 12, 1966. 

316730. CR-6404. 316738. CR-6483. 

316731. CR-6423. 316739. CR-6488. 

316732. CR-6436. 316740. CR-6498. 

316733. CR-6443. 316741. CR-64101. 

316734. CR-6449. 316742. CR-64110. 

316735. CR-6461. 316743. CR-64116. 

316736. CR-6467. 316744. CR-64117. 

316737. CR-6468. 316745. CR-64126. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



253 



316730 to 316759— Continued 








316746. 


CR-64130. 


316753. 


CR-64190. 


316747. 


CR-64143. 


316754. 


CR-64209. 


316748. 


CR-64147. 


316755. 


CR-64215. 


316749. 


CR-64160. 


316756. 


CR-64217. 


316750. 


CR-64164. 


316757. 


CR-64223. 


316751. 


CR-64181. 


316758. 


CR-64225. 


316752. 


CR-64182. 


316759. 


CR-64230. 


316760 to 316886 


. HORDEUM 


VULGARE L. 


Gramineae. 


From Germany. Seeds presented by Christian Lehmann, Deutsche i 
der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Gatersleben. Received Oct. 14, 


316760. 


A C 135/65. 


316792. 


AHOR 


1677/64. 


316761. 


AC 136/65. 


316793. 


AHOR 


1718/64. 


316762. 


AC 137/65. 


316794. 


AHOR 


1725/64. 


316763. 


AC 138/65. 


316795. 


AHOR 


1729/63. 


316764. 


AC 141/65. 


316796. 


AHOR 


1859/65. 


316765. 


A C 142/65. 


316797. 


AHOR 


2537/63. 


316766. 


AHOR 


38/63. 


316798. 


AHOR 


2538/63. 


316767. 


AHOR 


39/63. 


316799. 


AHOR 


2539/63. 


316768. 


AHOR 


40/65. 


316800. 


AHOR 


2540/63. 


316769. 


AHOR 


41/63. 


316801. 


AHOR 


2541/63. 


316770. 


AHOR 


42/64. 


316802. 


AHOR 


2542/63. 


316771. 


AHOR 


43/63. 


316803. 


AHOR 


2543/63. 


316772. 


AHOR 


786/63. 


316804. 


AHOR 


2544/64. 


316773. 


AHOR 


1429/63. 


316805. 


AHOR 


2545/63. 


316774. 


AHOR 


1430/63. 


316806. 


AHOR 


2546/63. 


316775. 


AHOR 


1457/64. 


316807. 


AHOR 


2547/63. 


316776. 


AHOR 


1493/63. 


316808. 


A HOR 


2548/63. 


316777. 


AHOR 


1501/65. 


316809. 


AHOR 


2549/63. 


316778. 


AHOR 


1503/64. 


316810. 


AHOR 


2550/63. 


316779. 


AHOR 


1504/65. 


316811. 


A HOR 


2551 ^63. 


316780. 


AHOR 


1506/64. 


31 681 2. 


A HOR 


2552/63. 


316781. 


AHOR 


1560/63. 


316813. 


A HOR 


2553/63. 


316782. 


AHOR 


1630/64. 


316814. 


AHOR 


2555/63. 


316783. 


AHOR 


1631/63. 


316815. 


A HOR 


2556/63. 


316784. 


AHOR 


1632/63. 


316816. 


A HOR 


2557/63. 


316785. 


AHOR 


1633/64. 


316817. 


A HOR 


2558/63. 


316786. 


AHOR 


134/65. 


316818. 


A HOR 


2550/63. 


316787. 


AHOR 


1635/63. 


316819. 


AHOR 


2560/63. 


316788. 


AHOR 


1636/63. 


316820. 


AHOR 


2561/63. 


316789. 


AHOR 


1637/63. 


316821. 


AHOR 


2562/63. 


316790. 


AHOR 


1639/63. 


316822. 


AHOR 


2563/63. 


316791. 


AHOR 


1642/63. 


316823. 


AHOR 


2564/63. 



1966. 



254 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



316760 to 316886— Continued 








316824. 


AHOR 


2565/65. 


316856. 


AS 


7119/63. 


316825. 


AHOR 


2566/63. 


316857. 


AS 


7121/63. 


316826. 


AHOR 


2567/63. 


316858. 


AS 


7124/63. 


316827. 


AHOR 


2568/63. 


316859. 


AS 


7125/63. 


316828. 


AHOR 


2569/63. 


316860. 


AS 


7126/63. 


316829. 


AHOR 


2575/63. 


316861. 


AS 


7127/63. 


316830. 


AHOR 


2577/63. 


316862. 


AS 


7128/63. 


316831. 


AHOR 


2676/65. 


316863. 


AS 


7129/63. 


316832. 


AHOR 


2677/63 


316864. 


AS 


7130/63. 


316833. 


AHOR 


2678/63= 


316865. 


AS 


7132/63. 


316834. 


AHOR 


2679/63. 


316866. 


AS 


7134/63. 


316835. 


AHOR 


2720/63. 


316867. 


AS 


7135/63. 


316836. 


AHOR 


2875/63. 


316868. 


A S 


7137/63. 


316837. 


AHOR 


2876/63. 


316869. 


AS 


7147/63. 


316838. 


AHOR 


2877/63. 


316870. 


AS 


7148/63. 


316839. 


AHOR 


2878/63. 


316871. 


AS 


7150/63. 


316840. 


AHOR 


2879/63. 


316872. 


AS 


7164/63. 


316841. 


AHOR 


2928/64. 


316873. 


AS 


7243/63. 


316842. 


AHOR 


2932/63. 


316874. 


AS 


7244/63. 


316843. 


AHOR 


2933/63. 


316875. 


AS 


7246/63. 


316844. 


AHOR 


2935/63. 


316876. 


AS 


7249/63. 


316845. 


AHOR 


2937/63. 


316877. 


AS 


7250/63. 


316846. 


AHOR 


3209/63. 


316878. 


AS 


7251/63. 


316847. 


AHOR 


3210/63. 


316879. 


AS 


7258/63. 


316848. 


A S 7100/63. 


316880. 


AS 


7268/63. 


316849. 


AS 7101/63. 


316881. 


AS 


7288/63. 


316850. 


A S 7104/63. 


316882. 


AS 


7294/63. 


316851. 


A S 7105/63. 


316883. 


AS 


7295/63. 


316852. 


A S 7107/63. 


316884. 


AS 


7297/63. 


316853. 


A S 7109/63. 


316885. 


AS 


7305/63 


316854. 


A S 7112/63. 


316886. 


AS 


7313/63. 


316855. 


A S 7113/63. 









316887 and 316888. 

From Angola. Seeds presented by J. Lima Pereira, Estacao Zootecniea Cen- 
tral, Ganda-Mariano Machado.' Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

316887. Baphia massaiensis Taub. Leguminosae. 

316888. Crotalaria usaramoensis Baker f . Leguminosae. 

316889 to 316893. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by G. Jenkins, Plant Breeding- Institute, 
Trumpington, Cambridgeshire. Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

316889. Av 240. 'Blenda'. 

316890. Av 6. 'Maris Quest'. 'Blenda'. X S 172. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 255 

316889 to 316893— Continued 

316891. Av 7. Tadarn'. 

316892. Av 12. Towys'. 

316893. Avl4. S 172. 

316894 to 316902. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Theodore Hymowitz, Institute de Pesquisas, 
IRI, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

316894 to 316896. Desmodium uncinatum (Jacq.) DC. Leguminosae. 

316894. IRI 1162. 

316895. IRI 1602. 

316896. IRI 1937. 

316897 to 316902. Dolichos lablab L. Leguminosae. Hyacinth-bean. 

316897. IRI 1299. 316900. IRI 1371. 

316898. IRI 1302. 316901. IRI 1737. 

316899. IRI 1303. 316902. IRI 2148. 

316903 and 316904. Triticum durum Desf . Gramineae. 

Durum wheat. 

From Lebanon. Seeds presented by Joseph Klaimi, Institut de Recherches 
Agronomiques, Tel-Amara par Rayak. Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

316903. 'Hourani 27'. 

316904. Tel-Amara-l'. 

316905. Triticum dicoccoides Koern. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by Z. Gerechter-Amitai, National and Uni- 
versity Institute of Agriculture, Rehovot. Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

G-25. 

316906 to 316908. Triticum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by R. A. Mcintosh, Department of Agri- 
culture, University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales. Received Oct. 
18, 1966. 

Selections from Steinwedel W199 (T. aestivum) X W.C 356 (T. durum). 

Hexaploids with purple kernels. 

316906. 1159.288.0 O.P.l.l.X.1.2. Probably homozygous. Carries Vernal 
Emmer stem rust resistance. 

316907. 1159.288.18B. 1.2. 1.2.13. Probably homozygous. Carriers Vernal 
Emmer stem rust resistance and other Emmer genes for rust resistance. 

316908. 1159.288. 18B.1.2.1.2.3. Segregates for purple and amber kernels. 
Carries Vernal Emmer stem rust resistance and other genes for stem rust 
resistance. 

316909 to 316912. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by P. I. Pryke, Plant Breeding Laboratory, 
Department of Agriculture, Burnley Gardens, Victoria. Received Oct. 18, 
1966. 

316909. 'Redlands Autumn Crop'. 316911. 'Stayleys Star'. 

316910. 'Redlands Green Leaf. 316912. 66/526. 



256 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316913 to 316924. Cicer arietinum L. Leguminosae. Chickpea. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received Oct. 18, 1966. 

316913. C-49. 316919. N.P. 53. 

316914. G-24. 316920. N.P. 58. 

316915. K-4. 316921. N.P. 100. 

316916. K-5. 316922. Punjab-7. 

316917. N.P. 28. 316923, R.S. 10. 

316918. N.P. 52. 316924. T. 87. 

316925 to 316927. 

From Ceylon. Seeds presented by Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya. Re- 
ceived Oct. 19, 1966. 

316925. Mussaenda frondosa L. Rubiaceae. 

316926. Mussaenda samana Jayaweera 

316927. Mussaenda tristigmatica Cummins 

316928 and 316929. Hibiscus (hybrid) Malvaceae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Feodor N. 
Roussanov, Botanical Gardens of the Academy of Sciences of the Uzbek, 
Tashkent. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 

316928. Type 'Mac'. (02296 'Alenushka' X 02373 'Moskva'). 
316929.- TypeTiala'. (02175x02115). 

316930. Rubus glaucus Benth. Rosaceae. Andes raspberry. 

From Guatemala. Seeds collected by R. J. Knight, United States Plant In- 
troduction Station, Miami, Fla. Collected July 27, 1966. Received Oct. 
19, 1966. 

'Mora'. Labor Ovalle Anexo, Quezaltenango. Fruit large, fine flavored, 
pleasantly aromatic. Resembles type cultivated commercially in Salvador. 
Species is apomictic. 

316931 and 316932. 

From Argentina. Seeds presented by Instituto de Botanica Agricola, Villa 
Udaondo-Castelar, Buenos Aires. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 

316931. Araucaria angustifolia (Bertol.) Kuntze Pinaceae. 

Brazilian araucaria. 

'Pino Brasi?, 

316932. Cedrela fissilis Veil. Meliaceae. 
'Cedro de Misiones'. 

316933 to 316935. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by H. Kawada, Faculty of Agriculture, Miki- 
Cho, Kagawa-Ken. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 

316933. Hibiscus (hybrid) Malvaceae. 

(H. matabilis X H. coccineus) . Amphidiploid, 2n=138. 

316934. Hibiscus coccineus Walt. Scarlet rosemallow. 
2n=38. 

316935. Hibiscus mutabilis L. Cotton rosemallow. 
2n=92. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 257 

316936 to 316956. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Theodore Hynowitz, Instituto de Pesquisas, 
IRI, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 

316936. Crotalaria brachystachya Benth. Lcguminosae. 

IRI 1273. 

316937 and 316938. Crotalaria grantiana Harv. 

316937. IRI 1312. 

316938. IRI 1316. 

316939 and 316940. Crotalaria lanceolata E. Mey. Lance crotalaria. 

316939. IRI 1089. 

316940. IRI 1142. 

316941. Crotalaria paulina Schrank 

IRI 1309. 
316942 and 316943. Crotalaria saltiana Andrews 

316942. IRI 1064. 

316943. IRI 1070. 

316944 and 316945. Crotalaria spectabilis Roth Showy crotalaria. 

316944. IRI 1003. 

316945. IRI 1318. 

316946 to 316948. Crotalaria stipularia Desv. 

316946. IRI 1015. 

316947. IRI 1253. 

316948. IRI 1464. 

316949. Crotalaria usaramoensis Baker 
IRI 1045. 

316950. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1005. 

316951. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1029. 

316952. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1086. 

316953. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1121. 

316954. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1127. 

316955. Crotalaria sp. 
IRI 1238. 

316956. Crotalaria sp. 

IRI 1413. (possibly C. eriocarpa) . 

316957. Carica goudotiana Solms-Laub. Caricaceae. 

From Venezuela. Seeds presented by the Faculty of Agronomy, Instituto 
de Genetica, Maracay. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 



258 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316958 to 316992. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Oct. 20, 1966. 

316958. Acer triflorum Komarov Aceraceae. Three-flower maple. 

Col. No. K-397. Near Sinhung Temple, Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous tree to 8 meters high. Leaves trifoliate. 

316959. Actinidia polygama (Sieb. & Zucc.) Maxim. Dilleniaceae. 

Silvervine. 

Col. No. K-316. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Deciduous vine. 
Fruit small, cylindrical, green. 

316960. Aristolochia manshuriensis Komarov Aristolochiaceae. 

Col. No. K-307. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Scrambling 
vine. Fruits long, angular, green. 

316961. Betula ermanii Champ. Betulaceae. 

Col. No. K-364. Along top of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 meters. 
Deciduous tree to 5 meters high. Bark whitish. 

316962. Caulophyllum robustum Maxim. Berberidaceae. 

Col. No. K-353. In shade along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 900 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit (seed) blue. 

316963. Celastrus articulatus Thunb. Celastraceae. Oriental bitter- 
sweet. 

Col. No. K-335. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 750 meters. 
Scrambling vine. Fruit in clusters, yellow. 

316964. Crataegus komarovii Sargent Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-382. Near top of Mt. Sorak, in valley between two main 
peaks. Elevation 1,530 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruits 
bright red. 

316965. Crataegus pinnatifida Bunge Chinese hawthorn. 

Col. No. K-309. Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Growing in open. Deciduous 
shrub to 4 meters high. Fruit in clusters, red. 

316966. Euonymus sieboldiana Blume Celastraceae. 

Col. No. K-389. Along trail on stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit pink. 

316967. Forsythia ovata Nakai Oleaceae. 

Col. No. K-396. Along stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. Decidu- 
ous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit small, cordate. 

316968. Lilium sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-367. (Received as L. distichum) . Near top of Mt. Sorak. 
Growing in open on eastern slope. Elevation 1,530 meters. Bulbous 
perennial. Leaves whorled. Stem rooting, bulb scales jointed. 

316969. Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-330. (Received as L. distichum). Shady moist areas along 
trail of western slope of Mt. Sorak, between Ose Am and Pong Jeung Am. 
Elevation 810 meters. Whorled leaf, bulbous perennial to 1 meter high. 
Stems rooting. Scales jointed. 

316970. Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-327. (Received as L. miquelianum) . Shady moist area along 
trail up Mt. Sorak, western slope. Elevation 750 meters. Whorled leaf, 
bulbous perennial. Stems rooting. Scales jointed. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 259 

316958 to 316992— Continued 

316971 and 316972. Magnolia sieboldii K. Koch. Magnoliaceae. 

Oyama magnolia. 

316971. Col. No. K-378. In protected area near summit of Mt. Sorak. 
Elevation 1,500 meters. Deciduous, small tree to 3 meters high. Fruit 
red. 

316972. Col. No. K-303. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak, in 
partial shade. Elevation 450 meters. Deciduous, small tree. Fruit 
red. 

316973. Malus baccata (L.) Moench Rosaceae. Siberian crabapple. 

Col. No. K-393. Along trail beside stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous tree to 6 meters high. Fruit small, red. 

316974. Malus micromalus Makino Midget crabapple. 

Col. No. K-297. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. De- 
ciduous tree to 6 meters high. Fruit single; one cm. diameter; orange 
red when ripe. 

316975. Photinia villosa (Thunb.) DC. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-345. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,020 meters. 
Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit reddish. 

316976. Pinus densiflora Sieb. & Zucc. Pinaceae. Japanese red pine. 

Col. No. K-390. On rocky island in stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Needleleaf evergreen tree. Collection made from small trees. Two needles 
in a fascicle. 

316977. Pinus koraiensis Sieb. & Zucc. Korean pine. 

Col. No. K-359. Near Pong Jeung Am, Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,350 
meters. Needleleaf evergreen to 20 meters high. Needles 5 in a fascicle. 

316978. Quercus glandulifera Blume Fagaceae. Glandbearing oak. 

Col. No. K-385. Along stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. Deciduous 
tree to 5 meters high. Cup covers one-fourth of acorn. 

316979 and 316980. Quercus mongolica Fisch. ex Turcz. 

316979. Col. No. K-328. Along trail up western slope of Mt. Sorak. 
Elevation 810 meters. Deciduous tree to 20 meters high. Leaves 
dentate. Cup covers one-third of acorn, bracts on cap with tubercles. 

316980. Col. No. K-360. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,530 
meters. Deciduous tree to 4 meters high. Cup covers one-third of 
acorn. 

316981. Quercus (hybrid) 

Col. No. K-354. (mongolica one parent). In rocky area along trail up 
Mt. Sorak. Elevation 870 meters. Deciduous tree to 8 meters high. 
Leaves with dentate margins. Cup covers one-half of acorn. 

316982 and 316983. Rhododendron brachycarpum var. rosaeflorum 
Miyoshi Ericaceae. 

316982. Col. No. K-374. Near summit of Mt. Sorak, growing in partial 
shade. Elevation 1,530 meters. Leather-leaved evergreen shrub to 2 
meters high. Fruits terminal on branches. 

316983. Col. No. K-322. On trail to summit of Mt. Sorak. Growing in 
shade. Elevation 870 meters. Evergreen shrub to 2 meters high. 
Leaves lepidote. 

316984. Rhododendron schilippenbachii Maxim. Royal azalea. 

Col. No. K-404. In oak woods on Taek Wal Yong, near road west from 
Kang Nung. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. 



260 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

316958 to 316992— Continued 

316985. Smilax china L. Liliaceae. Greenbrier. 

Col. No. K-399. On rocky cliff exposed to sea south of Yang Yang, 
Kangwando. Restricted thorny vine with leathery leaves. Fruit red. 

316986. Sorbus alnifolia (Sieb. & Zucc.) Koch Rosaceae. Mountain-ash. 

Col. No. K-384. Along streambed near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. De- 
ciduous tree to 4 meters high. Fruit red. 

316987. Sorbus commixta Hedl. 

Col. No. K-346. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Growing in open along 
streambed. Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves pinnately compound. 
Fruit red orange. 

316988. Styrax japonica Sieb. & Zucc. Styracaceae. Japanese snowball. 

Col. No. K-386. Along stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. Decidu- 
ous shrub to 3 meters high. Fruit ovate, green. 

316989. Styrax obassia Sieb. & Zucc. Fragrant snowball. 

Col. No. K-312. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Small tree to 
5 meters high. Fruit green, ovate with elongate tip. 

316990 and 316991. Syringa amurensis Rupr. Oleaceae. 

Manchurian lilac. 

316990. Col. No. K-308. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. 
Growing in open shade. Deciduous shrub to 4 meters high. 

316991. Col. No. K-395. Along stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous shrub to 3 meters high. In fruit. 

316992. Weigela Florida (Bunge) A. DC. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-391. On rocky cliffs along stream near Sorak Dong, Kang- 
wando. Deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Fruit axillary, long and thin. 

316993 to 317000. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From the British West Indies. Cuttings presented by the British West Indies 
Station, Barbados. Received Oct. 19, 1966. 

316993. B-5650. 316997. B-50135. 

316994. B-5789. 316998. B-51410. 

316995. B-5840. 316999. B-55228. 

316996. B-6130. 317000. B-58114. 

317001 to 317004. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From the United States Virgin Islands. Cuttings presented by the Virgin 
Islands Agricultural Program, Kingshill, St. Croix. Received Oct. 20, 
1966. 

317001. 'Blue Ribbon'. 317003. 'White'. 

317002. 'Mongolian'. 317004. B-4098. 

317005 to 317007. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Mirko Koric, Institute for Plant 
Breeding and Plant Production, Faculty of Agriculture, University, 
Zagreb. Received Oct. 21, 1966. 

317005. No. 317. (Received as T. vulgar e var. floribunda) 

317006. No. 599. (Received as T. vulgare var. ramifera) 

317007. No. 312/17. (Received as T. vulgare var. tetrastichon.) 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 



261 



317008 to 317029. Phaseolus vulgaris L. 



Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Honduras. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Col- 
lected in April 1965. Numbered Oct. 21, 1966. 

Market in Coyoles, Yoro Department. 

317008. Col. No. 20695. Red. 

Dark reddish. 

Mixture of red and brownish red. 

Red and brownish. 

Dark red. 

Mostly red, some black and dark red. 



317009. 
317010. 
317011. 
317012. 
317013. 



Col. No. 20696. 
Col. No. 20697. 
Col. No. 20698. 
Col. No. 20700. 
Col. No. 20701. 
Market in Olanchito, Yoro Department. 

317014. Col. No. 20702. Dark red. 

317015. Col. No. 20703. 

317016. Col. No. 20704. 

317017. Col. No. 20707. 

317018. Col. No. 20708. 

317019. Col. No. 20709. 

317020. Col. No. 20710. 

317021. Col. No. 20711. 

317022. Col. No. 20712. 

317023. Col. No. 20713. 

317024. Col. No. 20715. 

317025. Col. No. 20716. 

317026. Col. No. 20717. 

317027. Col. No. 20718. 

317028. Col. No. 20719. 

317029. Col. No. 20720. 



Red. 

'Coloraditas'. Pink. 

'Zamorano*. Round, red. 

Common, red. 

No data. 

Bright red. 

Dark red. 

Mixed red. 

Small, mixed red. 

Dark red. 

Common, red. 

Mixed red and black. 

Pale red. 

Mixed red. 

'Frijol bianco'. White. 



317030 to 317035. 

From the Canary Islands. Seeds presented by Jardin de Aclimatacion de La 
Orotava, Puerto de La Cruz, Tenerife. Received Oct. 21, 1966. 

317030. Cytisus canariensis (L.) Kuntze Leguminosae. 

Canary broom. 

No. 105. El Mocanillo. 

317031. Cytisus palmensis (Christ) Hutchinson 
No. 108. Bco. de Los Hombres. 

317032. Cytisus proliferus L. f. 
No. 106. Aguamansa. 

317033. Cytisus rosmarinifolius Masf. 
No. 109. Tirajana. 

317034. Oenothera rosea Soland. Onagraceae. 
No. 124. Puerto de la Cruz. 

317035. Ilex canariensis Poir. Aquifoliaceae. 
No. 733. 



Tagasaste. 



Rose sundrops. 



262 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317036 to 317040. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by National Botanic 
Gardens, Kirstenbosch, Newlands, Cape Province. Received Oct. 21, 
1966. 

317036. Aptenia lancifolia L. Bolus Aizoaceae. 

No. 44. 

317037 and 317038. Dimorphotheca pluvialis (L.) Moench Compositae. 

Cape-marigold. 

317037. No. 207. 

317038. No. 208A. 

317039. Dimorphotheca sinuata DC. Cape-marigold. 
No. 209. 

317040. Ilex mitis Radik. Aquifoliaceae. 
No. 327. 

317041. Cucumis sativus L. Cucurbitaceae. Cucumber. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received Oct. 21, 1966. 

I.W. 2613. 

317042 to 317044. Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib. Cruciferae. 

Horseradish. 

From Czechoslovakia. Scions presented by Research Institute for Plant 
Production, Prague-Ruzyne. Numbered Oct. 21, 1966. 

317042. 'Malinsky'. Crinkled leaves. 

317043. 'Malinsky No. 1'. Large roots. 

317044. 'Malinsky No. 2'. Small roots. 

317045 to 317060. 

From Hawaii. Seeds presented by Peter P. Rotar, Agricultural Experiment 
Station, University of Hawaii, Honolulu. Numbered Oct. 21, 1966. 

317045. Desmodium canum (Gmel.) Schinz & Thell. Leguminosae. 

Kaimi-clover. 

No. 5009. Originally from Tifton, Georgia. Ascending bushy shrub to 
2 feet high. 

317046 to 317048. Desmodium distortum (Aubl.) Macbride 

317046. No. 4525. Originally from Guatamala. Ascending shrub to 8 
feet high. 

317047. No. 5390. Originally from Federal Experiment Station, May- 
aguez, Puerto Rico. Ascending shrub to 8 feet high. 

317048. No. 5408. Originally from Sisal Research Station, Milingano, 
Tanganyika. Ascending shrub to 8 feet high. 

317049. Desmodium heterocarpum (L.) DC. 

No. 4530. Originally from Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun, Uttar 
Pradesh, India. Decumbent shrub to 2 feet high. 

317050. Desmodium intortum (Mill.) Urb. 

No. 4247. Originally from Turrialba, Costa Rica. Trailing vine to 25 
feet long. 

317051. Desmodium salicifolium (Poir. ex Lam.) DC. 

No. 5526. Originally from Sierra Leone. Decumbent shrub to 5 feet 
high. 



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263 



317045 to 317060— Continued 

317052 to 317060. Desmodium tortuosum (Sw.) DC. 

317052. No. 4348. Originally from University of Puerto Rico. 



As- 



cending- shrub to 7 feet high. 
317053. No. 4383. Originally from Imperial College of Tropical Agri- 



Trinidad, British West Indies. 



Ascending shrub to 8 feet 
British 



culture, 
high. 

317054. No. 5050. Originally from St. Augustine, Trinidad, 
West Indies. Ascending shrub to 8 feet high. 

317055. No. 5333. Originally from Palmira Valley, Colombia. As- 
cending shrub to 8 feet high. 

317056. No. 5400. Originally from U.S. Virgin Islands. Ascending 
shrub to 8 feet high. Similar to D. tortuosum. 

317057. No. 5401. Originally from U.S. Virgin Islands. Ascending 
shrub to 6 feet high. Similar to D. tortuosum. 

317058. No. 5502. Originally from U. S. Virgin Islands. Ascending 
shrub to 8 feet high. Similar to D. tortuosum. 

317059. No. 5519. Originally from Commonwealth Scientific and In- 
dustrial Research Organization, Brisbane, Australia. Ascending shrub 
to 8 feet high. 



317060. No. 5534 
to 8 feet high. 

317061 to 317177. 



Originally from Lucknow, India. Ascending shrub 



Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. 

Pigeon-pea. 

From India. Seeds presented by Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Received October 24, 1966. 

317061. I.C. 13057. 'Barmasi Tur'. 317082. N.P. 24. 



317062. 


N.P. 1. 


317063. 


N.P. 2. 


317064. 


N.P. 3. 


317065. 


N.P. 4. 


317066. 


N.P. 5. 


317067. 


N.P. 6. 


317068. 


N.P. 8. 


317069. 


N.P. 9. 


317070. 


N.P. 10. 


317071. 


N.P. 12. 


317072. 


N.P. 13. 


317073. 


N.P. 14. 


317074. 


N.P. 15. 


317075. 


N.P. 17. 


317076. 


N.P. 18. 


317077. 


N.P. 19. 


317078. 


N.P. 20. 


317079. 


N.P. 21. 


317080. 


N.P. 22. 


317081. 


N.P. 23. 



317083. 


N.P. 25. 


317084. 


N.P. 26. 


317085. 


N.P. 27. 


317086. 


N.P. 28. 


317087. 


N.P. 29. 


317088. 


N.P. 30. 


317089. 


N.P. 31. 


317090. 


N.P. 32. 


317091. 


N.P. 33. 


317092. 


N.P. 34. 


317093. 


N.P. 35. 


317094. 


N.P. 36. 


317095. 


N.P. 37. 


317096. 


N.P. 38. 


317097. 


N.P. 39. 


317098. 


N.P. 40. 


317099. 


N.P. 41. 


317100. 


N.P. 42. 


317101. 


N.P. 43. 


317102. 


N.P. 44. 



264 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



317061 to 317177— Continued 

317103. N.P. 45. 

317104. N.P. 46. 

317105. N.P. 47. 

317106. N.P. 48. 

317107. N.P. 49. 

317108. N.P. 50. 

317109. N.P. 51. 

317110. N.P. 53. 

317111. N.P. 54. 

317112. N.P. 57. 

317113. N.P. 59. 

317114. N.P. 60. 

317115. N.P. 61. 

317116. N.P. 62. 

317117. N.P. 64. 

317118. N.P. 65. 

317119. N.P. 66. 

317120. N.P. 67. 

317121. N.P. 68. 

317122. N.P. 69. 

317123. N.P. 70. 

317124. N.P. 72. 

317125. N.P. 73. 

317126. N.P. 74. 

317127. N.P. 77. 

317128. N.P. 78. 

317129. N.P. 79. 

317130. N.P. 80. 

317131. N.P. 82. 

317132. N.P. 83. 

317133. N.P. 84. 

317134. N.P. 96. 

317135. PLA No. 2. 

317136. PLA No. 5. 

317137. PLA No. 46. 

317138. PLA No. 48. 

317139. PLA No. 51. 

317140. PLA No. 52. 

317178. CEDRUS DEODARA (Roxb.) 

From Great Britain. Plant purchased 
England. Numbered Oct. 31, 1966. 

'Pygmaea'. 



317141. 
317142. 
317143. 
317144. 
317145. 
317146. 
317147. 
317148. 
317149. 
317150. 
317151. 
317152. 
317153. 
317154. 
317155. 
317156. 
317157. 
317158. 
317159. 
317160. 
317161. 
317162. 
317163. 
317164. 
317165. 
317166. 
317167. 
317168. 
317169. 
317170. 
317171. 
317172. 
317173. 
317174. 
317175. 
317176. 
317177. 



PLA No. 54. 
PLA No. 55. 
PLA No. 58. 
PLA No. 59. 
PLA No. 62. 
PLA No. 63. 
PLA No. 65. 
PLA No. 67. 
PLA No. 68. 
PLA No. 72. 
PLA No. 74. 
PLA No. 81. 
PLA No. 87. 
PLA No. 97. 
PLA No. 98. 
PLA No. 119. 
PLA No. 121. 
PLA No. 124. 
PLA No. 126. 
PLA No. 134. 
PLA No. 137. 
PLA No. 140. 
PLA No. 142. 
PLA No. 156. 
PLA No. 158. 
PLA No. 159. 
PLA No. 162. 
PLA No. 163. 
PLA No. 165. 
PLA No. 168. 
PLA No. 170. 
PLA No. 179. 
PLA No. 186. 
T. 1. 
T. 7. 
T. 17. 
T. 21. 



Loud. Pinaceae. 

from Hillier and Sons, Winchester, 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 66 265 

317179. Fragaria vesca L. Rosaceae. European strawberry. 

From Great Britain. Plants presented by the East Mailing Research Station, 
Maidstone Kent, England. Received Oct. 25, 1966. 

Clone E.M. 1. 

317180 to 317182. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier & Sons, Winchester, 
England. Received Oct. 26, 1966. 

317180. Acer flabellatum Rehd. in Sarg. Aceraceae. 

317181. Quercus acuta Thunb. Fagaceae. Japanese evergreen oak. 

317182. Quercus variabilis Blume 

317183. Pennisetum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

From India. Plants presented by the Poona Agricultural College, Poona. 
Received Oct. 27, 1966. 

EB-4. 

317184. SACCHARUM (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Australia. Cuttings presented by the Bureau of Sugar Experiment 
Stations, Brisbane, Queensland. Received Oct. 28, 1966. 

Q. 74. 

317185. Vicia peregrina L. Leguminosae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds collected by agricultural 
explorers Quentin Jones, Crops Research Division, and Wesley Keller, 
Forage and Range, Research Branch Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, 
Md. Collected in June, 1965. Numbered Oct. 31, 1966. 

Col. No. 202. Garcheretti, 90 km. east of Tbilisi, Ga. Annual, to 14 inches 
high. 

317186. Zingiber officinalis Rose. Zingiberaceae. 

Jamaica ginger. 

From the United States. Roots presented by the McCormick & Company, 
Baltimore, Md. Numbered Oct. 31, 1966. 

Foreign source unknown. 

317187. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. Strawberry. 

From Germany. Plants presented by Sengana Gmbh. & Co., Hamburg, 
Waldredder, Received Nov. 2, 1966. 

'Sengana Precosana\ 

317188 to 317314. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Nov. 4, 1966. 

317188. Abies koreana Wilson Pinaceae. Korean fir. 

Col. No. K-449. Near top of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,650 
meters. Needleleaf evergreen to 4 meters high. Cones purple. 

317189. Abies nephrolepis (Trautv.) Maxim. 

Col. No. K-381. Along trail on eastern slope of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 
1,500 meters. Needleleaf evergreen tree to 3 meters high. Cones purplish. 

317190. Acer pseudo-sieboldianum Komarov Aceraceae. 

Col. No. K-343. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 840 meters. 
Small tree to 6 meters high. Good fall color. 



266 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317188 to 317314— Continued 

317191. Acer triflorum Komarov Three-flower nrnple. 

Col. No. K-355. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 780 meters. De- 
ciduous tree to 15 meters high. Leaves trifoliate. 

317192 and 31715'? tsckonoskii var. rubripes Komarov 

3171 K-344. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,050 

z rr, Small tree to 4 meters high. Petioles red. Good fall color. 

Col. No. K-379. )etween two peaks at summit of 

Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 meters. Deciduous tree to 2 meters high. 

; 194 and 317195. Acer ukurunduense Trautv. & Meyer 

317194. Col. No. K-333. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 960 
meters. Small tree. Leaves slightly lobed and serrate. 

317195. Col. No. K-380. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 
meters. Deciduous tree to 3 meters high. 

317196. Akebia quinata Decne. Lardizabalaceae. 

Col. No. K-469. In Torreya forest 25 km. east of Cheju City. Vine. 
Leaves digitately compound. 

317197. Alnus manschurica (Call.) Hand.-Mazz. Betulaceae. 

Col. No. K-352. In open area along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 840 
meters. Deciduous small tree to 4 meters high. Fruit conelike. 

317198. Ampelopsis brevipedunculata (Maxim.) Koehne Vitaceae. 

Col. No. K-415. On trail up Cheju's Mt. Halla. Elevation 150 meters. 
Vine. Fruit bluish purple. 

317199. Anemone narcissifolia L. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-376. In alpine area top of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,530 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit in umbel. 

317200. Arisaema amurense Maxim. Araceae. 

Col. No. K-361. On trail down eastern side of Mt. Sorak to O Saik. 
Elevation 1,290 meters. Cormous herbaceous perennial. Fruit red. 

317201. Arisaema japonicum Bl. 

Col. No. K-351. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Growing in moist shade. 
Elevation 870 meters. Cormous perennial. Fruit red orange. 

317202. Arisaema peninsulae Nakai 

Col. No. K-407. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. Robust 
cormous perennial. Fruit red in very large head. 

317203. Arisaema sp. 

Col. No. K-457. Along trail on Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 800 
meters. Cormous perennial. Fruit red. 

317204. Aruncus aethusifolius (Lev) Nakai Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-460. In alpine meadows, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Her- 
baceous perennial. 

317205. Asparagus oligoclonos Maxim. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-400. On sandy beach south of Yang Yang, Kangwon 
Province. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit red. 

317206. Asparagus schoberioides Kunth. 

Col. No. K-427. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju, Island. Herbaceous 
perennial. Fruit translucent. 



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317188 to 317314— Continued 

317207. Aster sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. K-440. In open alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Ele- 
vation 420 meters. Very low herbaceous perennial. Flowers radiate, 
blue. 

317208. Betula chinensis Maxim. Betulaceae. 

Col. No. K-365. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,530 meters. 
Deciduous tree to 6 meters high. Leaves with serrate margins. 

317209 and 217210. Betula ermanii Champ. 

317209. Col. No. K-447. Along trail on Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Ele- 
vation 480 meters. Deciduous tree to 5 meters high. Branches 
spreading. Bark white. 

317210. Col. No. K-459. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island, Just below summit. 
Elevation 570 meters. Deciduous "shrub" to 1 meter high. Bark 
white. 

317211. Betula platyphylla var. japonica (Miq.) Hara 

Col. No. K-310. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Growing in 
mixed deciduous forest. Deciduous tree to 15 meters high. Bark white to 
gray, exfoliating. 

317212. Carpinus laxiflora Blume Betulaceae. Hornbeam. 

Col. No. K-383. Along trail down eastern slope of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 
1,410 meters. Deciduous tree to 15 meters high. Trunk ridged. 

317213. Celtis sinensis Pers. Ulmaceae. 

Col. No. K-467. Growing in forest edge 25 km. east of Cheju City. Tree 
to 15 meters high. 

317214. Clematis flabellata Nakai Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-372. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Growing along trail. 
Elevation 1,530 meters. Restricted vine. Leaves entire. 

317215 and 317216. Clematis koreana Komar. 

317215. Col. No. K-373. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Growing on 
shrubs along trail. Elevation 1,530 meters. Deciduous vine. Leaves 
trifoliate. 

317216. Col. No. K-448. Near Crown Rock on Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 480 meters. Deciduous vine. 

317217. Clematis paniculata Thunb. Sweet autumn clematis. 

Col. No. K-405. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. De- 
ciduous vine. Fruit in panicles. 

317218. Clematis patens Morr. & Decne. 

Col. No. K-325. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Usually in open areas. 
Elevation 900 meters. Restricted vine to 2 meters high. Fruiting head 
large. 

317219. Clematis trichotoma Nakai 

Col. No. K-301. Along side of trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. De- 
ciduous vine. Not seen in flower. 

317220. Clerodendrum trichotomum Thunb. Verbenaceae. 

Harlequin gloryfoower. 

Col. No. K-392. Along road to Sin Hung Sa, Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous small tree to 3 meters high. Fruit blue with red bracts, 

317221. Convallaria keiskei Miq. Liliaceae. Lily-of- the- valley. 

Col. No. K-332. In moist shade along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 960 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit red. 



268 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317188 to 317314— Continued 

317222. Cornus coreana Wanger. Cornaceae. 

Col. No. K-435. In open area along trail on north slope of Mt. Halla, 
Cheju Island. Elevation 240 meters. Deciduous tree to 5 meters high. 
Fruit bluish, peduncles pink. 

317223. Cornus kousa Hance Kousa dogwood. 

Col. No. K-436. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,000 
meters. Deciduous tree to 6 meters high. Fruit red. 

317224. Corydalis heterocarpa var. japonica (Fr. & Sav.)Ohwi Papa- 
veraceae. 

Col. No. K-342. In open field along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 750 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Flowers yellow in spikes. 

317225. Crataegus komarovii Sargent Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-369. Near summit of Mt. Sorak, growing in valley between 
two main peaks. Elevation 1,530 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters 
high. Fruit bright red, shiny. 

317226. Daphniphyllum macropodum Miq. Euphorbiaceae. 

Col. No. K-432. Under Carpinus and oak along trail up Mt. Halla, 
Cheju Island. Elevation 900 meters. Broad-leaved evergreen shrub or 
tree to 6 meters high. Fruit bluish. 

317227. Euonymus macropterus Rupr. Celastraceae. 

Col. No. K-337. Along trail up western slope of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 
600 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit red. 

317228. Eurya japonica Thunb. Theaceae. 

Col. No. K-430. In dense shade along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 850 meters. Evergreen shrub to 2.5 meters high. Fruit black. 

317229. Forsythia sp. Oleaceae. 

Col. No. K-293. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Decidu- 
ous shrub, branches mostly upright. Leaves dark green. 

317230. Gentiana uchiyamai Nakai Gentianaceae. 

Col. No. K-411. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. Her- 
baceous perennial to % meters high. Flowers blue. 

317231. Hemerocallis sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-439. On open slope near summit of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 480 meters. Herbaceous perennial. 

317232. Hemtptelea davidii (Hance) Planch. Ulmaceae. 

Col. No. K-402. At foot of Taekwalyong on road west from Kang Klung. 
Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Leaves small. 

317233. Hypericum ascyron L. Guttiferae. Giant St.-Johns-wort. 

Col. No. K-357. In open field along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 780 
meters. Herbaceous annual. Flowers yellow. 
317234 and 317235. Ilex crenata f. microphylla Rehd. Aquifoliaceae. 

317234. Col. No. K-442. In open alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island. Elevation 1,400 meters. Low, broad-leaved evergreen shrub. 
Fruit black. 

317235. Col. No. K-426. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Ele- 
vation 700 meters. Evergreen shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit black. 

317236. Iris ensata Thunb. Iridaceae. Russian iris. 

Col. No. K-408. Mun Jae Hill between Jin bu and Hoeng Song. Strap- 
leaved perennial. Not seen in flower. 



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317188 to 317314— Continued 

317237. Iris sp. 

Col. No. K-394. Along stream edge near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Strap-leaved perennial. Herbaceous. 

317238. Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii Henry Pinaceae. 

Col. No. K-458. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,900 meters. 
Prostrate coniferous evergreen. Fruit greenish. 

317239. Linaria japonica Miq. Scrophylariaceae. 

Col. No. K-398. On sandy beach south of Yang Yang, Kangwando. 
Herbaceous annual. Flowers yellow. 

317240. Lindera erythrocarpa Makino Lauraceae. 

Col. No. K-419. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 
meters. Deciduous shrub or small tree to 3.5 meters high. Leaves lance- 
elliptic. Fruit red. 

317241. Lindera obtusiloba Blume 

Col. No. K-315. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Small tree to 
4.5 meters high. Leaves lobed. Fruit red, ripening unevenly. 

317242. Lobelia sessiliflora Lamb. Campanulaceae. 

Col. No. K-409. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. Her- 
baceous perennial to 1 meter high. Flowers spicate, blue. 

317243. Lonicera subsessilis Rehd. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-350. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 720 meters. De- 
ciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Fruit red. 

317244. Lysimachia vulgaris var. davurica (Ledeb.) R. Kunth. Primula- 
ceae. 

Col. No. K-311. Along streambed on trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. 
Growing in open. Herbaceous perennial. In fruit, terminal. 

317245. Maackia fauriei (Levi.) Takeda Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-421. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 650 
meters. Deciduous small tree to 3 meters high. Fruit a pod in racemes. 
Leaves pinnately compound. 

317246. Malus sp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No K-416. In open trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 
meters. Deciduous tree to 2.5 meters high. Fruit yellow. 

317247. Melampyrum setaceum (Maxim.) Nakai Scrophylariaceae. 

Col. No. K-387. On rocky island in stream near Sorak, Kangwando. 
Growing under pines. Herbaceous annual. Flowers purple red in a spike. 

317248. Meliosma oldhamii Miq. Sabiaceae. 

Col. No. K-465. Plantation six km. inland and 25 km. east of Cheju City. 
Tree to 4 meters high. Fruit red, seed black. 

317249. Mitchella undulata Sieb. & Zucc. Rubiaceae. 

Col. No. K-433. In shade along trail on north slope of Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island. Elevation 900 meters. Prostrate broad-leaved evergreen vine. 
Fruit red. 

317250. Momordica sp. Cucurbitaceae. 

Col. No. K-320. Hotel garden, Chunchon. Vining plant, monecious. 
Fruit warty, yellow when ripe. Seed with red, fleshy aril. Flowers yellow. 

317251. Pennisetum japonicum Trin. Gramineae. 

Col. No. K-299. Streambed on trail to Baek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Peren- 
nial grass. Inflorescence dark colored. Possible ornamental. 



270 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317188 to 317314— Continued 

317252. Philadelphia schrenkii Rupr. Saxifracaceae. 

Schrenk mockorange. 

Col. No. K-313. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Deciduous 
shrub to 2 meters high. In fruit. 

317253. Photinia villosa (Thunb.) DC. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-420. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 
meters. Shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit red. 

317254. Pinus densiflora Sieb. & Zucc. Pinaceae. Japanese red pine. 

Col. No. K-444. Around alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Needleleaf evergreen tree to 7 meters high. 

317255 and 317256. Pinus koraiensis Sieb. & Zucc. Korean pine. 

317255. Col. No. K-318. Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Elevation 600 
meters. Five-needle pine to 20 meters high. Cones large. Seeds 
edible. 

317256. Col. No. K-412. Forest of Chunchon Agricultural College, 
Chunchon. Five-needle pine to 20 meters high. Fruit large. Seeds 
edible. 

317257. Pinus parviflora Sieb. & Zucc. Japanese white pine. 

Col. No. K-319. Seoul National University, College of Agriculture 
Campus, Suwon. Five-needle pine to 7 meters high. Cones small. 

317258. Pinus thunbergii Pari. Japanese black pine. 

Col. No. K-413. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 
meters. Needle-leaf evergreen tree to 5 meters high. 

317259. Pittosporum tobira (Willd.) Ait. Pittosporaceae. Tobira. 

Col. No. K-461. Garden of Cheju Tourist Hotel. Cheju Island. Broad- 
leaved evergreen shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit green. 

317260. Platycarya strobilacea Sieb. & Zucc. Juglandaceae. 

Col. No. K-294. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Tree to 
9 meters high. Fruits conelike. Leaves pinnately compound. 

317261. Polygonum ellipticum Willd. ex Spreng. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-445. In partial shade at edge of alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, 
Cheju Island. Elevation 1,500 meters. Herbaceous, low. Seed in terminal 
clusters. 

317262. Polygonatum inflatum Komar. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-356. In shady areas along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 810 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit blue. 

317263. Primula modesta Biss. & Moore Primulaceae. 

Col. No. K-456. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,900 meters. 
Herbaceous plant living on exposed rock. 

317264. Primula sp. Primulaceae. 

Col. No. K-455. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,800 meters. 
Herbaceous perennial. 

317265. Prunus padus L. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-363. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 meters. 
Deciduous tree to 5 meters high. Fruit black, in racemes. 

317266. Quercus glandulifera Blume Fagaceae. 

m Col. No. K-417. In open along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Eleva- 
tion 600 meters. Deciduous tree to 9 meters high. Fruit acorn one-fourth 
covered by cap. 



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317188 to 317314— Continued 

317267. Rhamnella franguloides (Maxim.) Weberbauer Rhamnaceae. 

Col. No. K-418. Along trail on north side of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 600 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2.5 meters high. Fruit turns 
from yellow to red to black. 

317268. Rhamus schneideri Leveille & Vaniot Rhamnaceae. 

Col. No. K-314. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Deciduous 
shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit small, black. 

317269. Rhododendron mucronulatum Turcz. Ericaceae. 

Korean rhododendron. 

Col. No. K-452. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,600 meters. 
Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters high. Leaves not ciliats. 

317270 and 317271. Rhododendron mucronulatum var. ciliatum Nakai 

317270. Col. No. K-368. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. In open alpine 
habitat. Elevation 1,530 meters. Deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. 

317271. Col. No. K-451. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,600 
-meters. Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters high. Leaves ciliate. 

317272. Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense Nakai 

Col. No. K-453. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Eleval sters, De- 

ciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Leaves wine red in fali. 

317273. Rhododendron weyrichii Maxim. Weyrichi azalea. 

Col. No. K-422. In shade along trail up Mt Kalla, Cheju Island. Eleva- 
tion 700 meters. Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters high. 

317274. Roe ■■■- tylla A. Gray Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. I In moist area along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 960 

mete v eous perennial. 

'.. Rosa acicularis var. gmelinii (Bunge) C. Schneid. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-323. Along stream edge on trail to Pong Jeung Am, Mt. 
Sorak. Elevation 960 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Canes 
armed, slender. Fruits elongate, pointed at blossom end, orange red. 

317276. Rosa wichuraiana Crep. 

Col. No. K-414. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 
meters. Prostrate shrub, spiny or thorny. Fruit red. 

317277. Rubus triphyllus Thunb. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-336. In open field along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 720 
meters. Spiny deciduous bramble. Fruit red. Torus yellow. Separates 
from torus. 

317278. Scabiosa mansenensis Nakai Dispsaceae. 

Col. No. K-358. At Pong Jeung Am on Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,350 
meters. Herbaceous perennial. Flowers blue. 

317279. Scutellaria strigillosa Hemsl. Labiatae. 

Col. No. K-401. On sandy beach south of Yang Yang, Kangwando. 
Herbaceous perennial. Very low. 

317280 and 317281. Smilacina japonica A. Gray Liliaceae. 

317280. Col. No. K-334. In shade along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 
810 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit red. Terminal. 

317?81. Col. No. K-348. In shady areas along trail up Mt. Sorak. Ele- 
vation 900 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Fruit red. 



272 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317188 to 317314— Continued 

317282. Sophora flavescens Ait. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-317. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Dwarf shrub 
to 1 meter high. Leaves pinnately compound. Received as Sophora an- 
gusti folia. 

317283. Sorbus amurensis Koehne Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-295. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. De- 
ciduous shrub or small tree to 5 meters high. Leaves pinnately compound. 
Fruit orange red. 

317284. Sorbus commixta Hedl. Japanese mountain ash. 

Col. No. K-450. Mt. Hallam Cheju Island. Elevation 1,650 meters. De- 
ciduous tree to 4 meters high. Fruit red. Leaves pinnately compound. 

317285 and 317286. Spiraea fritschiana Schn. Rosaceae. 

317285. Col. No. K-300. Along edge of stream on trail to Paek Tarn Sa, 
Mt. Sorak. Deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Fruit in cyme. 

317286. Col. No. K-339. Along edge of stream on trail up Mt. Sorak. 
Growing in open on rocks. Elevation 750 meters. Deciduous shrub. 

317287. Spiraea pubescens Turcz. 

Col. No. K-338. Along stream on trail up Mt. Sorak. Deciduous shrub 
to 1 meter high. Fruit in cyme. 

317288. Spiraea salicifolia L. Willowleaf spirea. 

Col. No. K-410. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. Decidu- 
ous shrub to 1 meter high. 

317289. Staphylea bumalda DC. Staphylaceae. 

Col. No. K-388. Along trail on stream near Sorak Dong, Kangwando. 
Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit bladdery. 

317290. Streptopus ajanensis Tiling ex Regel & Tiling Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-348a. In shady areas along trail up Mt. Sorak. Herbaceous 
perennial. Fruit red. 

317291 and 317292. Syeinga palabiniana Nakai Oleaceae. 

317291. Col. No. K-370. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 
meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Capsules punctate. 

317292. Col. No. K-371. Near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,500 
meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Capsules not punctate. 

317293. Syringa velutina Komarov 

Col. No. K-296. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Decidu- 
ous shrub to 2.5 meters high. Leaves dark green. 

317294. Taxus caespitosa Nakai Taxaceae. 

Col. No. K-377. In alpine area near summit of Mt. Sorak. Elevation 
1,530 meters. Needleleaf evergreen shrub to 1 meter high. Needles flat. 
Fruit red, fleshy. 

317295. Thalictrum tuberosum L. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-347. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 1,020 meters. 
Herbaceous perennial. Roots tuberous. 

317296 and 317297. Thuja koraiensis Nakai Pinaceae. 

317296. Col. No. K-375. In alpine area near summit of Mt. Sorak, Kang- 
wando. Elevation 1,530 meters. Evergreen tree to 3 meters high. 
Needles flattened. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 196 6 273 

317188 to 317314— Continued 
317296 to 317297— Continued 

317297. Col. No. K-331. Along trail on western slope of Mt. Sorak. 
Elevation 900 meters. Flat-leaved evergreen with somewhat ferny- 
appearance. Either upright or trailing". 

317298. Tilia insularis Nakai Tiliaceae. 

Col. No. K-290. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Decidu- 
ous tree to 15 meters high. Fruit small. 

317299. Tilia mandshurica Rupr. & Maxim. 

Col. No. K-291. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Decidu- 
ous tree to 20 meters high. Fruit large. 

317300. Tilia ovalis Nakai 

Col. No. K-292. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, Seoul. Decidu- 
ous tree to 10 meters high. Fruit small coming to a dull point. Leaves 
small. 

317301. Torreya nucifera Sieb. & Zucc. Taxaceae. 

Col. No. K-464. Plantation 6 km. inland and 25 km. east of Cheju City. 
Needleleaf evergreen to 15 meters high. 

317302. Tripterospermum japonicum (Sieb. & Zucc.) Maxim. Gentian- 
aceae. 

Col. No. K-434. Along trail on Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 900 
meters. Trailing vine. Leaves mostly cordate to ovate. Fruit purple. 
Flowers whitish. 

317303. Vaccinium japonicum Miq. Ericaceae. 

Col. No. K-429. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Deciduous 
shrub to 0.5 meter high. Fruit red. 

317304. Vaccinum oldhamii Miq. 

Col. No. K-425. In semishade along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 800 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit black in 
racemes. 

317305. Viburnum awabukii C. Koch Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-468. Clearing in Torreya Forest 25 km. east of Cheju City. 
Evergreen shrub to 4 meters high. Fruits red. 

317306. Viburnum erosum Thunb. 

Col. No. K-423. In shady areas along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 800 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit small, red, 
in cymes. 

317307. Viburnum erosum var. taquetii (Levi.) Rehder « 

Col. No. K-437. Along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 1,100 
meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Leaves lobed. Fruit red. 

317308. Viburnum koreanum Nakai 

Col. No. K-406. Mun Jae Hill between Jin Bu and Hoeng Song. In 
cutover area. Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters high. Fruit yellow-pink. 

317309. Viburnum wrightii Miq. Wright viburnum. 

Col. No. K-341. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 810 meters. De- 
ciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit bright shining red. 

317310. Vicia venosissima Nakai Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-349. Along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 780 meters. Her- 
baceous perennial to 0.5 meter high. Fruit a pod. 



274 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317188 to 317314— Continued 

317311. Viola sp. Violaceae. 

Col. No. K-454. In alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 
1,400 meters. Matted herbaceous plant. 

317312. Vitex rotundifolia L. f. Verbenaceae. 

Col. No. K-470. Along seashore in sand and sun 15 km. east of Cheju 
City. Subshrub to % meter high. Flowers lavender blue. Leaves blue 
green. 

317313. Vitis flexuosa Thunb. Vitaceae. 

Col. No. K-424. Along trail up Mt. Hall, Cheju Island. Elevation 700 
meters. Deciduous vine. Fruits dark purple black, edible, tart. 

317314. (Undetermined.) Compositae. 

Col. No. K-471. On beach 15 km. east of Cheju City. Herbaceous pe- 
rennial to 30 cm. high. Leaves yellow green. Flowers yellow. 

317315. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. Strawberry. 

From Denmark. Plants presented by the Spangsbjorg Forscke Station, 
Esbjerg. Received Nov. 8, 1966. 

'Zefyr'. 

317316 to 317320. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From the Dominican Republic. Seeds presented by the Department of Agri- 
culture Research, Juma Rice Experiment Station, Juma. Received Nov. 
8, 1966. 

317316. 'Jumal'. 317319. TH 411'. 

317317. 'Juma 2'. 317320. Tono Brea 439'. 

317318. 'Juma 3'. 
317321 to 317324. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by G. R. Boughton, Canada Department of 
Agriculture, Research Branch, Regina, Saskatchewan. Numbered Nov. 
8, 1966. 

317321. Agropyron elongatum (Host) Reauv. Gramineae. 

Tall wheatgrass. 

'Orbit*. Breeder seed. 

317322. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. Smooth bromegrass. 
'Redpatch'. Canada Foundation No. 2. 

317323. Elymus junceus Fisch. Gramineae. Russian wildrye. 
'Sawki'. Breeder seed. 

317324. Linum usitatissimum L. Linaceae. Flax. 
'Noralta'. Registered No. 1. 

317325 to 317331. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Guatemala. Seeds presented by J. M. Hooper, United States Peace 
Corps, Guatemala City. Numbered Nov. 8, 1966* 

Seeds from white cobs; grown on Guatemala Pacific coast. 

317325. 'Arroz'. Kernel white, early-medium maturity. 

317326. 'Dorado Tiquisate'. Kernel yellow, early-medium maturity. 

317327. 'Guayaqueno'. Kernel, white, medium-late maturity. 

317328. Kernel white, early maturity. 



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317325 to 317331— Continued 

317329. Kernel yellow, early-medium maturity. 

317330. Kernel yellow, medium maturity. 

317331. Kernel black, medium maturity. 

317332 to 317337. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

Soybean. 

From the United States. Seeds grown at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. 
Original seeds from Hokkaido National Experiment Station, Sapporo, 
Japan. Numbered Nov. 8, 1966. 

317332. 'Isuzu 9-7 na\ 317335. 'Koganeshiro 9-2 na\ 

317333. 'Karikachi 8-28'. 317336. 'Shinsei 8-26'. 

317334. 'Kitamishiro 9-11'. 317337. 'Suzunari 8-26 na\ 

317338 to 317341. 

From Finland. Plants and seeds p?*esented by K. Multamaki, Agricultural 
Research Center, Department of Plant Breeding, Jokioinen. Numbered 
Nov. 8, 1966. 

317338 and 317339. Trifolium medium Huds. Leguminosae. 

Zigzag clover. 

317338. No. 1. Susceptible to powdery mildew. 

317339. No. 2. Resistant to powdery mildew. 

317340 and 317341. Trifolium medium Huds. Zigzag clover. 

317340. 'Jokioinen'. 

317341. 'Mietoinen'. 

317342. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

From Tanzania. Seeds presented by Livestock Breeding Station Mpwapwa. 
Numbered Nov. 8, 1966. 

'Mpwapwa'. 

317343 and 317344. 

From Malagasy Republic. Seeds collected by P. A. Lemoine, United States 
Department of Agriculture survey team to Malagasy Republic, Interna- 
tional Agricultural Development Service, Washington, D.C. Numbered 
Nov. 8, 1966. 

317343. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 
Sample No. 1. Collected at Tananarive. 

317344. Stylosanthes gracilis HBK. Leguminosae. 
Collected at Babetville. 

317345 and 317346. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by H. Kawada, Faculty of Agriculture, Miki- 
Cho, Kagawa-Ken. Numbered Nov. 8, 1966. 

317345. Hibiscus moscheutos L. Malvaceae. Common rosemallow. 
2n=38. 

317346. Hibiscus x muta-moscheutos Kuwada 

'Ai-Fuyo'. (H.mutabilis X H. moscheutos). Amphidiploid. 2n=130. 

317347 and 317348. 

From Switzerland. Seeds collected in St. Moritz and presented by Alma 
Zodiag, New York, N.Y. Numbered Nov. 8, 1966. 



276 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317347 and 317348— Continued 

317347. Eryngium alpinum L. Umbelliferae. Bluetop eryngo. 

317348. Leontopodium alpinum Cass. Compositae. Common edelweiss. 

317349 and 317350. 

From the United States. Seeds produced at U. S. Plant Introduction Station, 
Glenn Dale, Md. Collected April, 1949 and presented by 0. W. Norvell, 
Palo Alto, Calif. Numbered Nov. 8, 1966. 

317349. Phaseolus sp. Leguminosae. 

M 542. Original seed collected on the side of Volcan de Colima above 
Tonila, Jalisco, Mexico. 

317350. Phaseolus sp. 

M 570. Original seed collected on the side of Volcan de Colima above 
Tonila, Jalisco, Mexico. 

317351 and 317352. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. 

Rhodesgrass. 

From Rhodesia. Seeds presented by Salisbury Research Station. Salisbury. 
Numbered Nov. 9, 1966. 

Commercial certified seed. 

317351. 'Giant'. From Lord Graham. 

317352. 'Katambora'. Crop No. 132/01/M. T. Gubb. 

317353 to 317387. 

From Korea. Seeds collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Md. Numbered Nov. 9, 1966. 

317353. Acer okamotoanum Nakai Aceraceae. 

Col. No. K-481. Edge of woods near Forestry greenhouse, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 7 meters high. Fruits green. Leaves palmately lobed. 

317354. Alnus hirsuta Turcz. Betulaceae. Manchurian alder. 

Col. No. K-500. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous tree to 4 meters 
high. Leaves oval, rugose. 

317355. Alnus japonica Sieb. & Zucc. Japanese alder. 

Col. No. K-499. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous tree to 7 meters 
high. Fruits conelike. Leaves elliptic, serrate. 

317356. Alnus mayrii Callier 

Col. No. K-478. Growing along edge of road, Suwon. Deciduous tree 
to 8 meters high. Fruits conelike. 

317357. Amelanchier asiatica (Sieb. & Zucc.) Endl. ex Walp. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-479. In small arboretum woods near College of Agriculture 
campus, Suwon. Deciduous shrub or small multistemmed tree to 7 meters 
high. Fruit bluish. 

317358. Betula chinensis Maxim. Betulaceae. 

Col. No. K-498. Near top of Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Elevation 600 
meters. Deciduous tree to 3 meters high. Leaves ovate, serrate. 

317359. Callicarpa japonica Thunb. Verbenaceae. 

Japanese beautyberry. 

Col. No. K-495. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous shrub to 1.5 meters 
high. Fruit purplish. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 277 

317353 to 317387— Continued 

317360. Carpinus cordata Blume Betulaceae. Heartleaf hornbeam. 

Col. No. K-501. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous tree to 6 meters 
high. Leaves elliptic, serrate. 

317361. Clematis apiifolia DC. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-489. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous vine. Leaves tri- 
foliate. Flowers small. 

317362. Clematis paniculata Thunb. Sweet autumn clematis. 

Col. No. K-490. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous vine. Leaves pin- 
nately compound. 

317363. Crotalaria sessiliflora L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-477. In open sandy area, Suwon. Dwarf annual. Flowers 
blue, on spikes. Fruits brown, enclosed in papery husk. 

317364. Disporum sessile (Thunb.) Don ex Roem. & Schult. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-508. In garden of Professor Lee Tchang Bok, Suwon. Her- 
baceous perennial. Fruit blue. 

317365. Firmiana simplex (L.) W. F. Wight Sterculiaceae. 

Chinese parasoltree. 

Col. No. K-483. Growing on grounds of Buddhist Temple, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 10 meters high. Diameter 10 inches at breast height. 
Leaves large. Fruit borne on edge of bracts. 

317366. Hemerocallis sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-494. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Herbaceous perennial. No 
flower seen. 

317367. Malus baccata (L.) Moench Rosaceae. Siberian crabapple. 

Col. No. K-497. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous tree to 4 meters 
high. Fruit small, red. 

317368. Picea koyamai Shiras. Pinaceae. Spruce. 

Col. No. K-507. On campus of College of Agriculture, Suwon. Needle- 
leaf evergreen tree to 10 meters high. 

317369. Pinus densiflora Sieb. & Zucc. Pinaceae. Japanese red pine. 

Col. No. K-502. On campus of College of Agriculture, Suwon. Needle- 
leaf evergreen tree to 6 meters high. Multiple stems. 

317370. Pinus koraiensis Sieb. & Zucc. Korean pine. 

Col. No. K-210. Kwang Nung, Kyunggido. Cones from several trees in 
area. Needleleaf evergreen to 25 meters high. Needles in fascicles of 5. 
Fruit large. Seed hard, edible. 

317371. Pyrus calleryana var. fauriei (C. Schneid.) Rehd. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-475. Growing on very dry, sandy slope, Suwon. Deciduous 
shrub or tree to 1 meter high; spurs spiny-tipped. Fruit brownish, punctate. 

317372. Quercus acutissima Carruthers Fagaceae. Sawtooth oak. 

Col. No. K-482. In College of Agriculture forest, Suwon. Deciduous 
tree to 15 meters high. Leaves serrate. Acorns large. 

317373 and 317374. Quercus aliena Blume 

317373. Col. No. K-484. In College of Agriculture forest, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves large, obovate with crenate 
margins. Cap covers one-fourth of acorn. 



278 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317353 to 317387— Continued 

317373 and 31737 1— Continued 

317374. Col. No. K-485. In College of Agriculture forest, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves large, obovate with crenate 
margins. Cap covers one-fourth of acorn. Later maturity than P.I. 
317373. 

317375 to 317377. Quercus glandulifera Blume Glandbearing oak. 

317375. Col. No. K-486. In College of Agriculture forest, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 11 meters high. Leaves elliptic, margins serrate. 
Acorns elongate, cap covers one-fourth of acorn. 

317376. Col. No. K-487. In College of Agriculture forest, Suwon. De- 
ciduous tree to 11 meters high. Leaves elliptic, margins serrate, 
acorns shorter than P.I. 317375. 

317377. Col. No. K-488. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. On cutover, eroded, 
hillside. Deciduous small tree to 2 meters high. Leaves narrow ellip- 
tic, serrate. Acorns small. 

317378. Rhododendron mucronulatum Turcz. Ericaceae. 

Korean rhododendron. 

Col. No. K-492. Growing on exposed slopes of Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. 
Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. 

317379. Rhododendron dauricum var. mucronulatum (Turcz.) Maxim. 

Korean rhododendron. 

Col. No. K-506. In garden of Professor Lee Tchang Bok, Suwon. De- 
ciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Flowers white. 

317380. Rhododendron sohlippenbachii Maxim. Royal azalea. 

Col. No. K-493. Growing on exposed slopes of Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. 
Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. 

317381. Rosa maximowicztana Regel Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-47G. Growing in sandy soil in pine woods, Suwon. Deciduous 
thorny, prostrate shrub. Fruit red. 

317382 and 317383. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

317382. Col. No. K-503. Market in Suwon. Seed black. 

317383. Col. No. K-504. Market in Suwon, Seed white. 

317384. Sorbus alnifolia (Sieb. & Zucc.) Koch Rosaceae. 

Mountain-ash. 

Col. No. K-496. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Deciduous shrub to 2.5 meters 
high. Fruit red. 

317385. Stewartia Korean a Nakai Theaceae. 

Col. No. K-480. In small arboretum area near College of Agriculture 
campus, Suwon. Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Bark tan, exfoliating 
on trunk. 

317386. Trichosanthes sp. Cucurbitaceae. 

Col. No. K-519. Growing on shrubs and trees, Kurume City, Japan. 
Annual vine. Fruits orange red, tapered at both ends. Seeds dark brown 
with "wings." Fruit persistent. 

317387. (Undetermined.) Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-474. Growing in open, sandy area, Suwon. Subfruticose 
perennial. Leaves pinnately compound. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 279 

317388. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From India. Cuttings presented by the Sugarcane Breeding Institute, 
Coimbatore. Received Nov. 9, 1966. 

I.A. 1481. Grown at the Regional Sugarcane Substation, Olavakkot, 
Palghat, Kerala State. 

317389 to 317504. 

From Afghanistan. Seeds purchased from Reading University Exploration 
Society, The Orchard, Chalk Lane, East Horsley, Surrey, England. Num- 
bered Nov. 14, 1966. 

317389. Aegilops sp. Gramineae. 

No. 103. Three miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. Bottom of 
dry streambed on edge of wheat field. 

317390. Aegilops sp. 

No. 211. Forty-six km. north of Herat. Elevation 4,700 feet. Dry road 
bank. Locally common. 

317391. Aegilops sp. 

No. 238. Ten miles east of Armalik. Elevation 5,400 feet. Edges of 
wheat field. Common. 

317392. Aegilops sp. 

No. 337. Four miles southeast of Qala Nau. Elevation 3,200 feet. Dry 
hillside. Locally common. 

317393. Aegilops sp. 

No. 355. Eleven miles southeast of Qala Nau. Elevation 3,500 feet. 
Separated from threshed wheat No. 354. Said to be used as animal food. 

317394. Aegilops sp. 

No. 378. Eighteen miles northwest of Qaddis, 7 miles southwest of Qala 
Nau. Elevation 3,500 feet. Steep slope, dry banks between fields. Locally 
common. 

317395. Aegilops sp. 

No. 422. Seven and one half miles east of Karock. Elevation 4,000 feet. 
Roadside on dry bank of irrigation ditch. Locally common. 

317396. Aegilops sp. 

No. 1514. Four miles west of Kunduz. Semidesert plain. Common. 

317397. Aegilops sp. 

No. 1519. miles west of Kunduz. Elevation 2,100 feet. Dry 

hillside on edge of desert. Common. 

317398. Aegilops sp. 

No. 1590. A. cylindrica type. Five miles southwest of Haibak. Eleva- 
tion 3,700 feet. Dry roadside. Common. 

317399. Aegilops sp. 

No. 1592. A. triuncialis type. Ten miles southwest of Haibak. Eleva- 
tion 3,600 feet. Dry watercourse. Locally very common. 

317400. Aegilops sp. 

No. 1593. A. squarrosa type. Ten miles southwest of Haibak. Wild 
and mixed with wheat. Chaff used for cattle food. Moderately common. 

317401. Agropyron sp. Gramineae. 

No. 146. Safed Koh Mountains. Three miles west of Besha. Elevation 
8,500 feet. Sparce on mountainside. 



280 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317389 to 317504— Continued 

317402. Agropyron sp. 

No. 159. Foothills of Safed Koh Mountains, 3 miles west of Besha. Ele- 
vation 5,900 feet. Wet soil along stream; to 30 cm. high. 

317403. Eremopyrum buonapartis var. sublanuginosum (Drob.) Meld. 
Gramineae. 

No. 189. Twenty-two km. north of Herat. Roadside. Elevation 4,200 
feet. Small dry streambed. Fairly common. 

317404. Agropyron sp. Gramineae. 

No. 196. Forty km. north of Herat. Elevation 4,900 feet. Generally 
distributed in valleys and hills. Nonhairy. 

317405. Agropyron sp. 

No. 224. Five miles west of Armalik. Elevation 4,800 feet. Generally 
distributed in uncultivated, dry areas. 

317406. Agropyron sp. 

No. 405. Twelve miles southeast of Yaklak. Elevation 7,100 feet. Ir- 
rigated field. Fairly common. 

317407. Eremopyrum buonapartis var. sublanuginosum (Drob.) Meld. 
Gramineae. 

No. 401. South of Herat, 110 miles. Elevation 4,500 feet. Dry, rocky 
hillside. Locally common. 

317408. Agropyron sp. Gramineae. 

No. 561. Fifteen km. east of Besha. Elevation 5,200 feet. On dry 
banks of Hari Rud River. Moderately common. 

317409. Agropyron sp. 

No. 699. Seven km. west of Qala Shaharak. Elevation 7,500 feet. On 
banks of dry irrigation ditch. Moderately common. 

317410. Agropyron sp. 

No. 769. 'Qhaav'. Ten miles east of Shaharak. Elevation 8,200 feet. 
Locally common along streambanks. 

317411. Eremopyrum buonapartis var. sublanuginosum (Drob.) Meld. 
Gramineae. 

No. 942. 'Alaf. Seven miles west of Chakhcharan, (Qala Qausi), north 
side of Hari Rud River. Elevation 7,200 feet. Weed in wheat stand. 
Irrigated. Moderately common. 

317412. Agropyron sp. Gramineae. 

No. 1218. Fourteen miles west of Panjao. Elevation 10,000 feet. Dry 
hillside. Moderately common. 

317413. Agropyron sp. 

No. 1224. 'Alaf. Thirteen miles north of Panjao. Elevation 10,000 
feet. Dry roadside. Locally common. 

317414. Agropyron sp. 

No. 1414. Eight miles east of Shufur Shah village. Elevation 5,500 
feet. Damp rocky roadside cliff. Locally common. 

317415. Eremopyrum buonapartis (Spreng.) Nevski var. buonapartis 
Gramineae. 

No. 1467. 'Alaf. Five miles south of Pul-I-Khumri; flood plain of 
Surkhab River. Elevation 2,600 feet. 



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317389 to 317504— Continued 

317416. Agropyron caninum (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 

No. 1523. Forty-eight miles west of Kunduz. Dry hillside on edge of 
desert. Elevation 2,100 feet. Both hairy and nonhairy. Common. 

317417. BRACHYPODIUM DISTACHYON (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. 

No. 1547. 'Alaff'. Balkh, grounds of old Mosque. Dry waste land. 
Locally fairly common. 

317418. Eremopyrum triticeum (Gaertn.) Nevski Gramineae. 
No. 1930. Thirty miles west of Jalalabad. Elevation 2,500 feet. 

317419. Agrostis semiverticillata (Forsk.) Christ. Gramineae. 

No. 167. Foothills of Safed Koh, 3 miles west of Besha. Elevation 6,100 
feet. Only by stream in damp soil. Locally uncommon. To about 30 cm. 
high. 

317420. Bromus macrostachys Desf. Gramineae. 

No. 190. Twenty-two km. north of Herat. Elevation 4,200 feet. Small 
dry streambed. Common. 

317421. Bromus tectorum L. 

No. 488. Hot springs, 10 miles north of Obeh. Dry side of deep valley. 
Elevation 5,000 feet. Fairly common. 

317422. Bromus sfriceus Drob. 

No. 1229. 'Alaf. Twenty-five miles north of Oanjao. Elevation 9,500 
feet. Irrigated field. Probably cultivated. 

317423. Cicer sp. Leguminosae. 

No. 1711. 'Naghood'. Ten miles west of Kandahar. Elevation 3,400 
feet. Grown as crop for human consumption. 

317424. Eragrostis sp. Gramineae. 

No. 507. Two miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. Growing on 
edge of irrigation ditch. Uncommon. 

317425. Festuca sp. Gramineae. 

No. 1156. 'Alaff'. Seventeen miles east of Qala Sakawa. Elevation 
10,000 feet. On dry, steep hillside above wheatfield. Moderately common. 

317426. Hedysarum sp. Leguminosae. 

No. 177. North side of river, 4 miles west of Besha. Elevation 4,800 
feet. Weed in wheat stack. Moderately common. 

317427. Hordeum spontaneum C. Koch Gramineae. 

No. 334. Four miles southeast of Qala Nau. Elevation 3,200 feet. 
Wild on dry steep hillside. Common. 

317428. Hordeum sp. 

No. 108a. Three miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,700 feet. Weeds 
around wheatfield. 

317429. Hordeum glaucum Steud. 

No. 115. 'Alaf. Near Barrigabuf. Elevation 4,200 feet. Growing 
under grapevines. 

317430. Hordeum sp. 

No. 149. Safed Koh Mountains, 3 miles west of Besha. Elevation 7,500 
feet. Wild above stream. To 25 cm. high. Uncommon. 

317431. Hordeum sp. 

No. 155. Foothills of Safed Koh. Three miles west of Besha. Elevation 
5,000 feet. Growing along streambank. To 80 cm. high. Uncommon. 



282 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317389 to 317504— Continued 

317432. Hordeum sp. 

No. 169. Foothills of Safed Koh. Three miles west of Besha. Elevation 
5,900 feet. Wild on dry slopes above stream. Locally common. To 100 
cm. high. 

317433. Hordeum sp. 

No. 198. Forty km. north of Herat. Elevation 4,900 feet. Fairly com- 
mon in dry habitat. 

317434. Hordeum sp. 

No. 327. One mile west of Qala Nau. Elevation 3,000 feet. Dry road- 
side, also as weed in wheat stack. Locally common. 

317435. Hordeum sp. 

No. 407. Twelve miles southeast of Yakak. Elevation 7,100 feet. Dry 
roadside wheat field. Locally common. 

317436. Hordeum sp. 

No. 654. Three miles south of Tagao Ishlan river valley, two miles east 
of Qala Hissar. Elevation 7,800 feet. On steep dry mountainside. Un- 
common. 

317437. Koeleria argentea Griseb. Gramineae. 

No. 491. Hot springs, 10 miles north of Obeh. Elevation 5,600 feet. 
Steep, dry hillside of narrow valley. Uncommon. 

317438 to 317443. Lathyrus sativus L. Leguminosae. Grass peavine. 

317438. No. 113. Tunian. Elevation 4,100 feet. In wheat stack. 

317439. No. 133. 'Mushak'. Eight miles east of Obeh. Elevation 4,500 
feet. Cultivated in irrigated field near Hari Rud River. 

317440. No. 174. 'Mashing'. North side of Hari Rud. Four miles west 
of Besha. Elevation 4,800 feet. Cultivated. 

317441. No. 178. 'Mashing'. North side of Hari Rude River. Four 
miles north of Besha. Elevation 4,800 feet. Weed in wheat stack. 
Common. 

317442. No. 546. One mile east of Dakhan. Elevation 5,100 feet. 
Weed in wheat stack. Fairly common. 

317443. No. 1921. Totak'. Thirty-nine miles south of Farkhar village, 
at Orsoj. Elevation 6,000 feet. Being milled with barley; used for 
bread. Grown as a crop; not a weed. 

317444. Lathyrus sp. 

No. 147. Tributary of Hari Rud River. Three miles west of Besha. 
Weed in wheat stack. 

317445. Lathyrus sp. 

No. 173. 'Maschak'. North side of Hari Rude River. Four miles west 
of Besha. Elevation 4,800 feet. Cultivated type. In wheat stack. 

317416. Lathyrus sp. 

No. 508. Two miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. Roadside. 
Locally frequent. 

317447. Lathyrus sp. 

No. 522. Twenty miles west of Besha, Elevation 4,600 feet. Weed in 
wheat stack. Uncommon. 

317448. Lathyrus sp. 

No. 1352. 'Mushang'. Four miles north of Gandak. Elevation 7,400 
feet. Irrigated field. In separate stack for animal consumption. 



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317389 to 317504— Continued 

317449. Lens culinaris Medic. Leguminosae. Lentil. 

No. 1456. 'Mushak or Mushung'. Sixty-six miles north of Kabul, Salang 
Pass. Elevation 7,900 feet. Moderately common. 

317450. Lolium persicum Boiss. & Hohen. Gramineae. 

No. 853. 'Alaff\ Tarbulock, 35 miles northeast of Qala Shaharak. Ele- 
vation 8,700 feet. In wheatfields and along paths. Locally common. 

317451 and 317452. Lolium rigidum Gaud. Wimmera ryegrass. 

317451. No. 135. Eight miles east of Obeh near road. Elevation 4,500 
feet. Bank of irrigation ditch. 

317452. No. 183. North side of Hari Rud River, four miles west of 
Besha. Elevation 4,800 feet. By stream; damp conditions. Common. 

317453 to 317460. Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. Alfalfa. 

317453. No. 267. Eleven miles east of Armalik. Elevation 5,500 feet. 
Irrigated, cultivated valley floor. Weed in wheat crop. 

317454. No. 371. At Qaddis. Elevation 4,100 feet. From wheat stack. 
Common. 

317455. No. 402. Eleven miles southeast of Yakak. Elevation 7,200 
feet. Weed in wheat stack. 

317456. No. 503. Eight miles north of Obeh. Elevation 4,700 feet. In 
wheat stack. Relatively common. Used as horse feed. 

317457. No. 506. Two miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. 
Growing by roadside on edge of barleyfield. Common. 

317458. No. 671. 'Alaf. Three miles south of Tangi Azao. Elevation 
7,300 feet. On banks of Tagao Ishlan River. In wheat stack. Irri- 
gated. Moderately common. 

317459. No. 838. Thirty-six miles southeast of Dasht-I-Pam, on Tai- 
wara Road. Elevation 8,600 feet. In wheat stack. Relatively com- 
mon. 

317460. No. 1158. Twenty miles east of Qala Sakawa. Elevation 9,900 
feet. Irrigated valley. Grown for winter forage. 

317461. Melilotus sp. Leguminosae. 

No. 623. Tagao Ishlan River, 2 miles east of Qala Hissar. Elevation 
7,200 feet. Wild, on river bank. Locally common. 

317462. Panicum sp. Gramineae. 

No. 579. Two and one-half miles east of Margha. Elevation 6,500 feet. 
Dry steep mountainside. Locally common. 

317463 to 317465. Phaseolus aureus Roxb. Leguminosae. Mungbean. 

317463. No. 1413. Three miles west of Ghorband. Elevation 6,700 feet. 
Main crop in irrigated field. 

317464. No. 1648. 'Mush'. Sixty-three miles southwest of Ghazni. 
Elevation 6,800 feet. Grown as main crop. 

317465. No. 1680. Ten miles west of Kandahar. Elevation 3,300 feet. 
In separate stack of wheat. 

317466. Polypogon sp. Gramineae. 

No. 139. Three miles west of Besha. Elevation 4,700 feet. On banks 
of Hari Rud River. Uncommon. 

317467. Polypogon sp. 

No. 396. Ten miles southeast of Yakhak. Elevation 7,400 feet. In damp 
soil by stream. To 40 cm. high. Locally common. 



284 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317389 to 317504— Continued 

317468 to 317473. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 

317468. No. 108b. Three miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. As 
weeds around wheatfield. 

317469. No. 111. Three miles west of Obeh. Elevation 4,300 feet. 
Growing beside wheatfield on arid land. 

317470. No. 250. Ten miles east of Armalik. Elevation 5,400 feet. 
Growing near dry stream. To 20 cm. high. Locally fairly common. 

317471. No. 304. Thirty-four miles northeast of Armalik. Elevation 
6,900 feet. Dry streambed. Locally common. 

317472. No. 652. Three miles south of Tagoa Ishlan River, 2 miles east 
of Qala Hissar. Elevation 7,900 feet. On bottom of dry streambed. 
Moderately common. 

317473. No. 1085. 'Alaf. Daulat Yar, on steep, dry river banks. Ele- 
vation 8,100 feet. To 20 cm. high. Moderately common locally. 

317474. Stipa sp. Gramineae. 

No. 777. Ten miles east of Qala Shaharak. On dry hillside near road. 
Long-curled, hairy awn, head enclosed in leaf sheaths. Uncommon. 

317475. Taeniatherum crinitum (Schreb.) Nevski Gramineae. 

No. 153. Foothills of Safed Koh. Elevation 5,100 feet. On sides and 
tops of hills. Locally common. About 15 cm. high. 

317476. Taeniatherum crinitum (Schreb.) Nevski 

No. 489. Hot Spring, 10 miles north of Obeh. Elevation 5,600 feet. On 
dry side of deep, narrow valley. Fairly common. 

317477. Taeniatherum sp. 

No. 776. Ten miles east of Qala Shaharak. Elevation 8,200 feet. On 
dry hillside near road. Similar to Hordeum spontaneum with some Secale 
characters. Long red anthers. Locally fairly common. 

317478. Trifolium repens L. Leguminosae. White clover. 

No. 903. Twenty-eight miles northeast of Dasht-I-Pam. Elevation 
8,700 feet. On damp, steep, stream bank. Creeping prostrate clover, white 
flower. Forming complete ground cover. Locally common. 

317479. Trifolium sp. 

No. 158. Foothills of Safed Koh, three miles west of Besha. Growing 
by stream. Widely distributed. 

317480. Trifolium sp. 

No. 179. North of Hari Rud River, four miles west of Besha. Elevation 
4,800 feet. On banks between ricefields. Common. 

317481. Trifolium sp. 

No. 370. Qaddis. Elevation 4,200 feet. Wild; white flower. Growing 
in profusion in Governors "garden," on edge of dry irrigation ditch. 

317482. Trifolium sp. 

No. 1009. 'Shaftal'. Qala Qausi. Elevation 7,500 feet. Winter forage 
with lucerne, grass, bean, etc. 

317483. Trifolium sp. 

No. 1027. 'Shaftal'. Twelve miles east of Qala Qausi. Elevation 7,600 
feet. Blue flowers. Winter forage. Irrigated field. 

317484. Trifolium sp. 
No. 1929. No data. 



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317389 to 317504— Continued 

317485 to 317489. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

317485. No. 277. 'Gondum'. Seventeen miles east of Armalik. Ele- 
vation 6,100 feet. Irrigated. Fairly common. 

317486. No. 990. 'Gondum Sividak'. Kilmin. Elevation 9,600 feet. 
Hairy, white, medium length awn. Moderately common. Irrigated. 

317487. No. 1064. 'Gondum Sifidak'. Daulat Yar. Elevation 8,100 
feet. Irrigated valley fields. White, lax, hairless, long awn. 

317488. No. 1105. 'Gondum Kalak\ Garmao village. Elevation 9,100 
feet. Irrigated hillsides. White, lax, hairy, very short curved awn. 
Common in stacks. 

317489. No. 1427. 'Gondum Sifidak'. Seven miles east of Jalrez. Ele- 
vation 8,400 feet. Irrigated valley fields. Fairly uncommon in stack. 

317490. Triticum compactum Host Club wheat. 

No. 1108. 'Gondum Kalak'. Garmao village. Elevation 9,100 feet. 
Irrigated hillsides. White, very compact, hairless, very short awn. 
Uncommon. 

317491 to 317495. Triticum polonicum L. Polish wheat. 

317491. No. 918. 'Gondum Ishtur'. Seven miles west of Chakhcharan, 
(Qala Qausi). North side of Hari Rud River. Elevation 7,200 feet. 
Compact, white, hairy, very long, dark awns. Irrigated. Uncommon. 

317492. No. 919. 'Gondum Ishtur'. Seven miles west of Qala Qausi, 
north side of Hari Rud River. Elevation 7,200 feet. Dark, lax head; 
hairy white, very long awns. Irrigated. Very uncommon. 

317493. No. 980. 'Gondum Ishtur'. At Kilmin. Elevation 6,900 feet. 
Hairy, brown or one-half black awns. Irrigated. Moderately common. 

317494. No. 981. 'Gondum Ishtur'. At Kilmin. Elevation 6,900 feet. 
Hairy, black awns. Irrigated. Moderately common. 

317495. No. 1338. 'Gondum Joharikoton'. Bamian, near hotel. Ele- 
vation 8,500 feet. Irrigated field. Common. 

317496. Triticum sp. 

No. 315. Thirty-eight miles northeast of Armalik. Elevation 5,400 feet. 
Unirrigated plateau fields. Rare inclusion in stack. 

317497 and 317498. Vicia ervilia (L.) Willd. Leguminosae. 

Bitter vetch. 

317497. No. 1008. 'Shafhal'. Qala Qausi. Elevation 7,500 feet. Small, 
bean. Winter forage with alfalfa clover and grass. 

317498. No. 1228. Twenty-five miles north of Panjao. Elevation 9,500 
feet. Used with grass and crucifer specifically as fodder. Irrigated 
field. 

317499 and 317500. Vicia faba L. Broadbean. 

317499. No. 1341. 'Boccli'. Bamian, about 3 miles west of town. Ele- 
vation 8,500 feet. Irrigated field. Main crop for humans and animals. 

317500. No. 1354. 'Boccli'. Four miles north of Gandak. Elevation 
7,400 feet. Irrigated field. In separate stack. For human consump- 
tion. 

317501. Vicia sp. 

No. 1353. 'Bang'. Four miles north of Gandak. Elevation 7,400 feet. 
Irrigated field. Separate stack. For animal and human consumption. 



286 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



317389 to 317504— Continued 

317502. (Undetermined.) 

No. 114. Mixture of Bromus sp. and Lolium rigidum Gaud. 



Near Baru- 

gabaf. Elevation 4,200 feet. Growing under grapevine. 

317503. (Undetermined.) 

No. 141. Three miles west of Besha. Elevation 4,700 feet. Growing 
along bank of Hari Rud River. Rhizomatous. 

317504. (Undetermined.) 

No. 423. Thirty-eight miles south of Herat. Elevation 5,100 feet. Very 
dry, sandy roadbank. Fairly common. 

317505 to 317508. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From the Union of South Africa. Cuttings presented by the Division of 
Seed Control, Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Received Nov. 
14, 1966. 

317505. 'Eland'. 317507. 'Kudu'. 

317506. 'Impala'. 317508. 'Wildebees'. 

317509 to 317530. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Malagasy Republic. Seeds collected by P. A. Lemoine, United States 
Department of Agriculture survey team to Malagasy Republic, Inter- 
national Agricultural Development Service, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D.C. Numbered Nov. 18, 1966. 

Originally grown at the Agronomy Research Institute, Tananarive. 

317509. 'Bekasaka'. 317520. No. 996. 

317510. 'Makalioka-34\ 317521. No. 1055. 

317511. MK-34. 317522. No. 1139. 

317512. VKxAC. 317523. No. 1216. 

317513. No. 109. 317524. No. 1285. 

317514. No. 342. 317525. No. 1300. 

317515. No. 552. 317526. No. 1302. 

317516. No. 697. 317527. No. 1318. 

317517. No. 752. 317528. No. 1329. 

317518. No. 823. 317529. No. 1381. 

317519. No. 923. 317530. No. 1583. 

317531. Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. Alfalfa. 

From Argentina. Seeds presented by G. A. Tome, Dean, Faculty of Agronomy 
and Veterinary Sciences, University of Buenos Aires. Numbered Nov. 18, 
1966. 

'San Martin FAV\ 
317532 to 317547. 

From Scotland. Cuttings presented by Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburg. 
Growing at Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pa. Numbered Nov. 
18, 1966. 

317532 to 317534. Calluna vulgaris (L.) Salisb. Ericaceae. Heather. 

317532. 'Alportii\ 

317533. 'Goldsworth Crimson'. 

317534. 'Peter Sparkes'. 



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287 



317532 to 317547— Continued 

317535. Calluna vulgaris var. hirsuta (Waitz) S. F. Gray 

317536. Calluna vulgaris f. serotina (Loud.) Rehd. 

317537 and 317538. Erica carnea L. Ericaceae. Spring heath. 

317537. 'Alan Coates'. 

317538. 'Winter Beauty'. 

317539 to 317543. Erica cinerea L. Twisted heath. 

317539. 'Atrosanguinea'. 



317542. 
317543. 



'C. G. Best'. 
'Colligan Bridge'. 



darleyensis Bean 



E eath. 



317540. 'Cevenne'. 

317541. 'C. D. Eason'. 
317544 and 317545. Erica x 

317544. 'Arthur Johnson'. 

317545. 'Silber Schmelze'. 
317546 and 317547. Erica vagans L. 

317546. 'Diana Hornibrook'. 

317547. 'Lyonesse'. 
317548 and 317549. Medicago sativa L. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by Vernon L. Thomas, Inc., Huron, 
Calif. Numbered Nov. 22, 1966. 

317548. 'Mega'. Registry No. 6-1358-UTI. 
Swedish Seed Association, Svalof, Sweden, 
selected from alfalfa of Flemish origin. 

317549. 'Tuna'. Registry No. 6-1293-RTIX. Originally developed by 
Hammenhogs, Ultuna, Sweden. Reported to be more winter hardy than 
Flemish varieties presently available. 

317550 to 317597. 

From Guatemala. Seeds presented by the Regional Office for the Northern 
Zone of Interamerican Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Chimaltenango. 
Numbered Nov. 22. 1966. 



CornisH heath. 



Leguminosae, Alfalfa. 



Originally developed by the 
Synthetic variety of 75 clones 



317550 to 317585. Phaseolus coccineus L. 

Plot No. 1216. 'Piligue rojo Antigua'. Resistant to anthrac- 



Leguminosae. 

Scarlet runner bean. 



317550. 

nose. 

317551. 

317552. 

nose. 

317553. 

nose. 

317554. 

nose. 

317555. 
317556. 
317557. 

317558. 

nose. 

317559. 

nose. 



Plot No. 1217. 
Plot No. 1219. 

Plot No. 1230. 

Plot No. 1235. 

Plot No. 1262. 
Plot No. 1295. 
Plot No. 1325. 
Plot No. 1355. 



'Piloy de Antigua'. Resistant to anthracnose. 
'Enredo rojo Antigua'. Resistant to anthrac- 



'Piligue rojo'. 
'Piloy rojo'. 



Izapa. Resistant to anthrac- 
Recpan. Resistant to anthrac- 



'Piligue'. 
'Rojo de suelo'. 
'Piloy Nebaj'. 
'Piloy negro de Nebaj' 



Plot No. 1358. 'Piloy negro de Nebaj'. 



Resistant to anthrac- 
Resistant to anthrac- 



288 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



317550 to 317597— Continued 

317550 to 317585— Continued 

317560. Plot No. 1360. 'Grande chaluj' 
Mixture of P. coccineus and P. vulgaris. 

317561. Plot No. 1367. Tiloy rojo de Quiche'. 



Resistant to anthracnose. 



nose. 

317562. Plot No. 
anthracnose. 



317563. 
317564. 
317565. 
317566. 
317567. 
317568. 

317569. 

nose. 

317570. 



Resistant to anthrac- 
1389. Tiloy rojo de Comanchaj'. Resistant to 
Resistant to anthracnose. 



Plot No. 1400. Tiligue Chuy'. 

Plot No. 1407. 'Nun'. 

Plot No. 1410. 'Piloy'. Resistant to anthracnose. 

Plot No. 1414. Tiligue Nun'. 

Plot No. 1420. Tiloy de Carcha'. Resistant to anthracnose. 

Plot No. 1448. Tiloy grande'. 

Plot No. 1480. Tiloy de Totonicapan'. Resistant to anthrac- 



317571. Plot 
anthracnose 



Plot No. 1493. Tiloy de Chichicastenango'. 

No. 1496. Tiloy de Chichicastenango'. Resistant to 



Tiloy negro de Chichicastenango.' Resistant to 



317572. Plot No. 1507. 
anthracnose. 

317573. Plot No. 1509. 'Mezcla de piloy de Chichicastenango'. 
No. 1514. Tiloy de Quetzaltenango'. Resistant 



317574. Plot 
anthracnose. 

317575. Plot No. 1528. 

317576. Plot No. 1591. 

317577. Plot No. 1597. 

317578. Plot No. 1602. 

317579. Plot No. 1608. 
anthracnose. 

317580. Plot No. 1613. 



to 



Tiloy de Tecpan'. Resistant to anthracnose. 
'Mezcla de piloy'. Jalapa. 
'Mezcla de piloy'. Jalapa. 
'Mezcla de piloy'. Jalapa. 
'Mezcla de piloy'. San Jeronimo. Resistant to 



317581. Plot 
anthracnose. 

317582. Plot 
anthracnose. 

317583. Plot 
anthracnose. 

317584. Plot 
anthracnose. 

317585. Plot 
anthracnose. 



No. 

No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 



1616. 
1623. 
1636. 

1651. 

1654. 



'Mezcla de piloy'. Coban. 

'Mezcla de piloy'. Coban. 



'Mezcla 
'Mezcla 
'Mezcla 
'Mezcla 



de piloy'. 
de piloy'. 
de piloy'. 
de piloy'. 



Rabinal. 
Carcha. 
Juruna. 
Juruna. 



317586 to 317597. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

317586. Plot No. 1043. IAN 2465-29-6 VN. 

317587. Plot No. 1049. S 443 N TU. 

317588. Plot No. 1051. IAN. 

317589. Plot No. 1054. S 452 Bl. TU. 

317590. Plot No. 1062. S 85 B TU. 



Resistant to 
Resistant to 
Resistant 
Resistant 
Resistant 
Common bean. 



to 



to 



to 



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289 



317550 to 317597— Continued 
317586 to 317597— Continued 



317591. 


Plot No. 


1063. 


317592. 


Plot No. 


1067. 


317593. 


Plot No. 


1069. 


317594. 


Plot No. 


1079. 


317595. 


Plot No. 


1081. 


317596. 


Plot No 


. I486, 


nose. 






317597. 


Plot No. 


1629. 



San Andres No. 1 ES. 
IAN 2465-26-9 VN IAN. 
IAN 2829-1 G IAN. 
Veronic 2 NIC. 
IAN 2809-36 IAN. 
'Piloy de Totonicapan'. 



Resistant to anthrac- 



317598. 



'Negro de Quiche'. 

Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib. 



Cruciferae. 



Horseradish. 

From Turkey. Roots presented by the Crops Research and Introduction 
Centre, Karsiyaka, Izmir. Received November 25, 1966. 

317599 to 317617. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Hillier and Sons, Winchester, 
England. Numbered Dec. 7, 1966. 

317599. Arbutus x andrachnoides Link. Ericaceae. 

ARBUTUS UNEDO L. Strawberry tree. 

Daboecia cantabrica (Huds.) Koch Ericaceae. 

Enkianthus cernuus var. rubens (Maxim.) Makino Ericaceae. 

Epigaea ASIATICA Maxim. Ericaceae. Asiatic trailing arbutus. 

Erica australis L. Ericaceae. 

Erica pageana L. Bolus 

Gaultheria cuneata ( Rehd. & Wils.) Bean Ericaceae. 

Gaultheria hookeri C.B. Clarke 

Gaultheria semi-infera (C.B. Clarke) Airy Shaw 

Kalmiopsis leachiana (Henders.) Rehd. Ericaceae. 

Leiophyllum buxifolium var. hugeri (Small) Schneid. 



317600. 
317601. 
317602. 
317603. 
317604. 
317605. 
317606. 
317607. 
317608. 
317609. 
317610. 



Erica- 



ceae. 
317611. 



Phyllodoce caerulea (L.) Bab. Ericaceae. 

Blue mountain heath. 

317612. Phyllodoce empetriformis (Sm.) D. Don 

317613. Phyllodoce nipponica Makino Nippon mountain heath. 

317614. Vaccinium cylindraceum Sm. Ericaceae. 

317615. Vaccinium moupinense Franch. 

317616. Vaccinium nummularia Hook. f. & Thorns, ex Clarke 

317617. Vaccinium retusum (Griff.) Hook. f. 

317618 to 317620. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

From Peru. Cuttings presented by the Agriculture Attache, American 
Embassy, Lima. Received Dec. 7, 1966. 

317618. Lar. 53-3540. 

317619. Lar. 58-4304. 

317620. Lar. 60-1402. 



290 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317621. Mussaenda pilosissima (Engl.) Valeton Rubiaceae. 

From Ceylon. Seeds presented by Royal Botanic Gardens, Peradeniya. 
Numbered Dec. 7, 1966. 

317622 to 317672. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by H. J. Gorz, University of 
Nebraska, Lincoln. Seeds originally from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada 
unless otherwise indicated. Numbered Dec. 7, 1966. 

317622. Melilotus altissimus Thuill. Leguminosae. 
Col. No. A-963. Hungary. Bdn. 58-262. 

317623. Melilotus elegans Salzm. ex DC. 

Col. No. A-1011. Bdn. 61-134. Flowers yellow. 
317624 to 317632. Melilotus indica (L.) All. Annual yellow sweetclover. 

317624. Col. No. A-964. Bdn. 58-5. 

317625. Col. No. A-965. Bdn. 58-247. 

317626. Col. No. A-966. Bdn. 525. 

317627. Col. No. A-967. Bdn. 547. 

317628. Col. No. A-968. Bdn. 632. 

317629. Col. No. A-969. Bdn. 776. 

317630. Col. No. A-970. Bdn. 60-71. CR-c2-60-4. 

317631. Col. No. A-971. Chile. CR-c2-59-63. 

317632. Col. No. A-972. Bdn. 60-70. CR-c2-60-3. 

317633. Melilotus segitalis (Brot.) Seringe 

Col. No. A-1010. Algeria. N 688 o.p. Flowers yellow. A Nebraska 
selection from P.I. 208685. 

317634 to 317638. Melilotus italica (L.) Lam. 

317634. Col No. A-973. Bdn. 523. 

317635. Col. No. A-974. Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 58-256. 

317636. Col. No. No. A-975. Stockholm, Sweden. Bdn. 852. To 16 
inches high. 

317637. Col. No. A-976. Sweden. Bdn. 856. 

317638. Col. No. A-977. Israel. Bdn. 978. 
317639 to 317643. Melilotus messanensis (L.) All. 

317639. Col. No. A-978. Origin unknown. Bdn. 60-33. 

317640. Col. No. A-979.. Origin unknown. Bdn. 60-34. 

317641. Col. No. A-980. Portugal. Bdn. 524. 

317642. Col. No. A-981. Portugal. Bdn. 859. 

317643. Col. No. A-992. Italy. Bdn. 58-195. 

317644. Melilotus neapolitana Ten. 

Col. No. A-1012. Algeria. Bdn. 61-97. Flowers yellow. 

317645. Melilotus neapolitana Ten. 

Col. No. A-1013. Portugal. Bdn. 58-245. Flowers yellow. 
317646 to 317649. Melilotus segetalis (Brot.) Seringe 

317646. Col. No. A-982. Poland. Bdn. 58-129. 

317647. Col. No. A-983. Iowa (United States). Bdn. 535. 



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291 



317622 to 317672— Continued 

317646 to 317649— Continued 

317648. Col. No. A-984. Malta. Bdn. 863. Flowers yellow. 

317649. Col. No. A-985. Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 1017. Flowers yellow. 
317650 to 317652. Melilotus speciosa Durieu 

317650. Col. No. A-986. Bdn. 59-51. Flowers white. 

317651. Col. No. A-987. Origin unknown. Bdn.60-40. Flowers white. 

317652. Col. No. A-988. Iowa (United States). Bdn. 536. Flowers 
white. 

317653 to 317661. Melilotus sulcata Desf. 

317653. Col. No. A-989. Bdn. 60-72. Flowers yellow. 

317654. Col. No. A-990. Nebraska (United States) 



Flowers yellow. 
317655. Col No. A-991. 
Col. No. A-993. 
Col. No. A-994. 
Col No. A-995. 
Col. No. A-996. 
Col. No. A-997. 
Col. No. A-998. 



Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 58-194. 

Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 58-263. 

Morocco. Bdn. 61-31. 
Sweden. Bdn. 862. 

Israel. Bdn. 1018. 

Germany. Bdn. 1019. 

France. Bdn. 1020. 
317662 and 317663. Melilotus taurica (Bieb.) Seringe 

317662. Col. No. A-999. Bdn. 546. 

317663. Col. No. A-1000. Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 58-253. 
317664 to 317672. Melilotus wolgica Poir. 



Bdn. 58-4. 
Flowers yellow. 



317656 
317657 
317658 
317659 
317660 
317661 



317664. Col. No. 
Flowers white. 



A-1001. Denmark. Bdn. 1022. To 36 inches high. 



317665. 
317666. 
317667. 
317668. 
317669. 
317670. 
317671. 
317672. 



Col. No. A-1002. 
Col. No. A-1003. 
Col. No. A-1004. 
Col. No. A-1005. 
Col. No. A-1006. 
Col. No. A-1007. 
Col. No. A-1008. 
Col. No. A-1009. 



Denmark. Bdn. 58-244. 
Czechoslovakia. Bdn. 58-254. 
Italy. Bdn. 59-34. 
Hungary. Bdn. 59-50. 
Hungary. Bdn. 60-111. 
Origin unknown. Bdn. 244. 
Iowa (United States). Bdn. 534. 
Czechoslovakia. 



317673. Zea mays L. Gramineae. 



Corn. 



From the United States. Seed presented by Department of Agronomy, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison. Numbered Dec. 8, 1966. 

Col. No. A-543. 'Mais Mano 16'. Open pollinated. Originally from Japan. 
Early yellow flint. Plants to 4 feet high; 7 nodes; 0-2 suckers. Silking 49 
days after planting; 1 to 2 ears per stalk. Poor vigor. 



317674 to 317679. Zea mays L. Gramineae. 



Corn. 



From the United States. Seed collected by Mr. Heddon, Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, Phoenix, Ariz., from the Havasupai Indians in the Grand Canyon. 
Numbered December 8, 1966. 



292 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317674 to 317679— Continued 

317674. Col. No. A-728. Medium maturity, purple-orange flour corn. To 
6 feet high; 13 nodes; 3 to 5 suckers; 1 to 2 ears per stalk; silking 70 days 
after planting. Good vigor. 

317675. Col. No. A-729. Pure blue. Used by Indians in piki bread. 

317676. Col. No. A-730. Medium maturity, white kernel flour corn. 
Plants to 9 feet high; 12 nodes; 3 to 6 suckers; 1 ear per stalk; silking 
72 days after planting. Good vigor. 

317677. Col. No. A-731. Medium maturity, orange flour corn; to 6Y2 feet 
high; 12 nodes; 3 to 6 suckers; 1 to 2 ears per stalk; silking 70 days after 
planting. Good vigor. 

317678. Col. No. A-732. Medium maturity, red flour corn; to 6% feet 
high; 11 nodes; 4 to 9 suckers; 1 to 2 ears per stalk; silking 69 days 
after planting. Good vigor. 

317679. Col. No. A-733. Medium maturity, white-purple flour corn; to 7 
feet high; 12 nodes; 3 to 6 suckers; 1 ear per stalk. Silking 72 days after 
planting. Good vigor. 

317680 to 317682. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by Joe Curtiss, Vermillion, South 
Dakota. Numbered December 8, 1966. 

317680. Col. No. A-1054. 'Black Beauty'. Early, purple, popcorn; to 3 
feet high; 7 nodes; 2 to 5 suckers; 1 to 3 ears per stalk; silking 48 days 
after planting. Poor vigor. 

317681. Col. No. A-1056. May be similar to 'Ivory King'. Medium 
maturity; cream-tinged pink flour corn; plants to 6 feet high; 9 nodes, 5 
to 10 suckers; 2 to 3 ears per stalk; silking 59 days after planting. Good 
vigor. 

317682. Col. No. A-1058. 'Mercer Flint'. An Si inbred line of 'Mercer 
Flint'; otherwise the same as 'Mercer Flint'. Yellow flint; plants to 5 
feet high; 7 nodes; 4 to 6 suckers; 1 to 2 ears per stalk; silking 54 days 
after planting. 

317683 and 317684. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by W. H. Martin, Leesburg, Va. 
Numbered Dec. 8, 1966. 

317683. Col. No. A-1059. 'Blue Ridge White Cap'. Lot No. 54. White 
and yellow dent; plants to 10 feet high; 15 nodes; 4 to 5 suckers; 1 to 2 
ears per stalk; silking 70 days after planting. Good vigor. 

317684. Col. No. A-1060. 'Blue Ridge White Cap'. Lot No. 55. Yellow 
dent; plants to 10 feet high; 15 nodes; 0-2 suckers; 1 ear per stalk; silking 
70 days after planting. Good vigor. 

317685 to 317688. Camptotheca acuminata Decaisne Corna- 
ceae. 

From Taiwan. Seeds collected by He Ta-wei, Forestry Division, Joint Com- 
mission on Rural Reconstruction, Taipei. Received Dec. 9, 1966. 

317685. Tree No. 1. 317687. Tree No. 7. 

317686. Tree No. 5. 317688. Tree No. 8. 



317689 to 317693. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds obtained from the 1965-66 Intern 
Nursery, Zagreb. Received Dec. 13, 1966. 

317689. Zagreb 1993/65. San Pastore X Minn 111-54-28. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 293 

317689 to 317693— Continued 

317690. Zagreb 3639/65. San Pastore X Heine VII 3x Bobin 2x Gaza X 
Bobin 4x Pawnee. 

317691. Zagreb 3805/65. Elia X Ul 2x Kenya 261-R. 

317692. Zagreb 3815/65. Elia X Ul 2x Kenya 261-R. 

317693. Zagreb 4812/65. San Pastore X Heine VII 3x Bobin 2x Gaza 
X Bobin 4x Pawnee. 

317694 to 317815. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem, under Public Law 480 Project A10-CR-20. Re- 
ceived Dec. 13, 1966. 

317694 and 317695. Avena fatua L. Gramineae. Wild oats. 

317694. No. 1. Wild. Collected by D. Zohary, 1962, between Kutahya 
and Gediz, West Turkey. Weed in spring wheat cultivation. 

317695. No. 2. Multiplication in Jerusalem, 1966. Collected by D. 
Zohary, 1965, 2 km. north of Tabriz, Azerbaijan District, Iran. Edges 
of cultivation. 

317696 to 317815. Avena sterilis L. Animated oats. 

Collected by D. Zohary, 1962. 

317696. No. 1. Multiplication in Jerusalem, 1966. Four km. south of 
Manisa, Izmir area, West Turkey. 

317697. No. 2. Multiplication in Jerusalem, 1965. Three km. south of 
Gaziantep, south Turkey. 

317698. No. 3. Edge of cultivation, 50 km. south of Sanandadj, Iranian 
Kurdistan, Iran. 

317699. No. 4. Thirty km. north of Ham Kermanshah District, Iran. 
Quercus persica park-forest, hard limestone, west-facing escarpments 
of the Zagros Range. 

317700. No. 5. Marand, 60 km. northwest of Tabriz, Azerbaijan District, 
Iran. Edge of cultivation. 

Resistant at the seedling and adolescent stages to race 6 of Puccinia 
graminis in the greenhouse. Intermediate reaction to stem rust at older 
age in the 6-6E race nursery. 

En Dor, eastern lower Galilee. 

317701. 6-174-5-1-101. 

317702. 6-174-5-1-104. 

317703. 6-174-5-2-102. 

317704. 6-1099-126. Ammi'ad, Korasim. 

317705. 6-1277-104. Gan HaDarom, central coastal plain. 

317706. 6-1462-105. Emunim, southern coastal plain. 
Ramat Hadar, central coastal plain. 

317707. 6-1563-102. 

317708. 6-1563-103. 

317709. 6-1563-104. 

317710. 6-1563-106. 

317711. 6-1696-.38 Tirat Carmel, coast of Carmel. 

317712. 6-1730-104. Beerotayim, central coastal plain. 



294 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317694 to 317815— Continued 

317696 to 317815— Continued 

317713. 6-1755-103. Kefar Bialik, Haifa Bay. 

317714. 6-1871-137. Gesher, Bet Shean Valley. 

317715. 6-1922-146. Haifa, Haifa Bay. 

Resistant at the seedling and adolescent stages to race 6E of P. 
graminis in the greenhouse. Intermediate reaction to stem rust at older 
age in the 6-6E race nursery. 

Herzliyya, central coastal plain. 

317716. 6-952-113. 

317717. 6-952-115. 

317718. 6-964-113. Kefar Netter, central coastal plain. 

317719. 6-999-112. Urim, Northern Negev. 

317720. 6-1278-113. Gan HaDarom, central coastal plain. 

317721. 6-1304-118. Tequma, southern coastal plain. 
Emunim, southern coastal plain. 

317722. 6-1462-111. 

317723. 6-1462-114. 

317724. 6-1462-115. 

317725. 6-1462-116. 

317726. 6-1462-119. 

317727. 6-1563-114. Ramat Hadar, central coastal plain. 

317728. 6-1598-113. N. Tut, Plateau of Menashe. 
Even Yizhaq, Plateau of Menashe. 

317729. 6-1744-112. 

317730. 6-1744-113. 

317731. 6-1744-116. 

317732. 6-1744-117. 

317733. 6-1758-115. En HaShofet, Plateau of Menashe. 
Kefar Hasidim, Haifa Bay. 

317734. 6-1785-112. 

317735. 6-1785-116. 

N. Tut, Plateau of Menashe. 

317736. 6-1795-119. 

317737. 6-1811-118. 

317738. 6-2135. Bat Shelomo, Mount Carmel. 

Resistant to race 6 of stem rust in the greenhouse both at seedling and 
mature stages. 

Maghar, eastern lower Galilee. 

317739. 6-76-3-1-105. 

317740. 6-76-4-2-103. 

En Dor, eastern lower Galilee. 

317741. 6-174-5-3-104. 

317742. 6-174-5-3-105. 



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295 



317694 to 317815— Continued 
317696 to 317815— Continued 

317743. 6-688-111. Devira, Judean Foothills. 

317744. 6-2007-101. Even Menachem, upper Galilee. 

Resistant to race 6E of stem rust in the greenhouse both at the seedling 
and mature stages. 

Devira, Judean foothills. 

317745. 6-688-3-101. 

317746. 6-688-3-103. 

317747. 6-1197-112. Kefar Tavor, eastern lower Galilee. 

Intermediate stem reactions in the 6-6E race nursery. All selections 
produced by seed harvested from plants that showed stem rust resistance 
in their natural habitats. 



Herzliyya, central coastal plain. 

317748. 6-952-130. 

317749. 6-952-131. 

317750. 6-952-132. 
Can HaDaron, central coastal plain. 

317753. 6-1245-131. 

317754. 6-1246-130. 

317755. 6-1246-131. 

317756. 6-1251-130. 

317757. 6-1272-131. 

317758. 6-1273-130. 

317759. 6-1273-131. 

317760. 6-1273-132. 

317761. 6-1274-130. 

317762. 6-1275-131. 

317763. 6-1278-130. 

317764. 6-1279-130. 

317765. 6-1281-130. 

317766. 6-1292-130. 
Sede Uziyyahu, southern coastal plain. 

317767. No data. Sample discarded. 

317768. 6-1308-130. 

317769. 6-1310-130. 

317770. 6-1310-131. 

317771. 6-1310-132. 

317772. 6-1311-133. 

317773. 6-1312-130. 

317774. 6-1312-131. 

317775. 6-1312-132. 



317751. 
317752. 



6-952-133. 
6-953-130. 



Erez, southern coastal plain. 
Shetulim, southern coastal plain. 



296 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



317694 to 317815— Continued 
317696 to 317815— Continued 

Nes Ziyyona, central coastal plain. 

317776. 6-1399-131. 

317777. 6-1400-130. 
Bet Gamliel, central coastal plain. 

317780. 6-1415-133. 

317781. 6-1419-130. 

317782. 6-1419-131. 

317783. 6-1420-130. 

317784. 6-1424-131. 

317785. 6-1424-132. 
N. Tut, Plateau of Menashe. 

317792. 6-1604-130. 

317793. 6-1605-130. 

317794. 6-2025-101. M'alot, upper Galilee. 

317795. 6-2034-101. Bar'am, upper Galilee. 

Resistant to stem rust in mature stage under natural conditions and 
exhibiting partial resistance when transferred to the greenhouse and 
artificially infected with race 6 of Puccinia graminis avenae. 



317778. 


6-1401-131. 


317779. 


6-1406-130. 


317786. 


6-1425-130. 


317787. 


6-1437-130. 


317788. 


6-1440-130. 


317789. 


6-1440-131. 


317790. 


6-1447-130. 


317791. 


6-1447-131. 



Bat Shelomo, Mount Carmel. 

317796. 6-2146. 

317797. 6-2147. 

317798. 6-2148. 

317799. 6-2149. 

317800. 6-2150. 

317801. 6-2151. 



317802. 
317803. 
317804. 
317805. 
317806. 
317807. 



6-2152. 
6-2154. 
6-2155. 
6-2156. 
6-2157. 
6-2158. 



From single plants that were tested only in the 6-6E race nursery and 
produced intermediate reactions. 

317808. 6-922-1. Mazzuva. 

317809. 6-1426-130. Bet Gamliel. 

317810. 6-1426-131. Bet Gamliel. 

317811. 6-1730-1. 

317812. 6-1836-1. Nordiyya 

317813. 6-1841-17. N. Tut. 

317814. 6-1922-146. Haifa. 

317815. 6-1966-130. Peqi'in. 

317816. Hibiscus liliiflorus Cav. Malvaceae. 

From Mauritius. Seeds presented to R. E. Vaughan, Sugar Industry Research 
Institute, Reduit. Received Dec. 20, 1966. 

From tree grafted at Labourdonnais in 1938 from budwood collected at 
Rodriguez. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 297 

317817. Myrciaria cauliflora Berg. Myrtaceae. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Theodore Hymowitz, Institute de Pesquisas, 
IRI, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Dec. 20, 1966. 

Mother plant purchased in Campinas market, 1941. Seedlings produced by 
Mrs. Benedita Martins Vicente, Rau Americo Brasiliense, 98. Fruit reported 
larger and sweeter than local market types. 

317818. Eucarya acuminata (R. Br.) Sprague & Summerhayes 
Santalaceae. Quandong nuts. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific ard Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. 
Numbered Dec. 20, 1966. 

Viability reported to last up to 40 years. Plant is parasitic on Acacia and 
Eucalyptus species. For previous introduction see P. I. 35323 (Mida acumi- 
nata). 

317819. Erythroxylon coca Lam. Erythroxylaceae. 

From Honduras. Seeds presented through John L. Creech, Plant Industry 
Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Dec. 20, 1966. 

317820 to 317841. 

From Great Britain. Scions presented by J. W. Archer, Doone Valley, 
Wrecclesham, Faraham, England. Numbered Dec. 20, 1966. 

317820 to 317822. Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Murray) Pari. Pina- 
ceae. Lawson cypress. 

317820. 'Green Spire\ 

317821. 'Spire'. 

317822. 'Warnham Gnome'. 

317823. Chamaecyparis lawsoniana f. fletcheri Rehd. 

317824. Chamaecyparis obtusa f. pygmaea (Gord.) Beissner 
'Aurescens'. 

317825. Chamaecyparis obtusa f. sanderi (Sander) Rehd. 
317826 to 317829. Cotoneaster (hybrid) Rosaceae. 

317826. No. 1. 317828. No. 3. 

317827. No. 2. 317829. No. 4. 

317830. Cotoneaster congesta Baker 
'Minor'. 

317831. Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link Leguminosae. Scotch broom. 

317832. Cytisus scoparius var. prostrata (C. Bailey) Hanbury ex A. B. 
Jackson 

317833. Lavendula officinalis Chaix in Vill. Labiatae. 
'Nana alba'. 

317834. Picea abies (L.) Karst. Pinaceae. Norway spruce. 
'Gnome'. 

317835. Podocarpus andina Poepp. Taxaceae. 
'P.T.O.' 

317836. Thuja occidentalis L. Pinaceae. American arborvitae. 
'Pygmaea'. 



298 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317820 to 317841— Continued 
317837 and 317838. Thuja plicata D. Don Giant arbonritae. 

317837. 'Doone Valley'. 

317838. 'Ericoides'. 

317839. Viburnum (hybrid). Caprifoliaceae. Viburnum. 
'Fullbrook'. 

317840. Viburnum fragrans var. nanus Boom 

317841. Vitis sp. Vitaceae. 

317842 to 317845. 

From Great Britain. Scions presented by the Royal Horticultural Society, 
Wisley, Ripley, Surrey. Numbered Dec. 21, 1966. 

317842 to 317844. Calluna vulgaris (L.) Salisb. Ericaceae. Heather. 

317842. 'Alba Plena'. 

317843. 'Barnett Angley'. 

317844. 'Serlei Aurea'. 

317845. Erica vagans L. Ericaceae. Cornish heath. 

'Mrs. D. F. Maxwell'. 

317846. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Scotland. Seeds presented by MacFarlan, Shearer & Company 
Greenock. Received Dec. 21, 1966. 

'Bell'. 

317847. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Swedish Seed Association, Svalof. Re- 
ceived Dec. 21, 1966. 

'Linda'. Cross between Eho and Blenda. 

317848 to 317880. 

From Honduras. Scions collected by Harold F. Winters, Crops Research 
Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md., at the Lancetilla Experi- 
mental Station, Tela. Received Dec. 21, 1966. 

317848. Mangifera caesia Jack ex Wallich Anacardiaceae. 

Binjai mango. 

Col. No. 1024. 

31 7849 to 31 7864. Mangifera indica L. 

317849. Col. No. 1025. ■ 'Alphonse'. 

317850. Col. No. 1026. 'Amini'. 

317851. Col. No. 1027. 'Bombay'. 

317852. Col. No. 1028. 'Concord'. 

317853. Col. No. 1029. 'Fairchild'. 

317854. Col. No. 1030. 'Gadoeng'. 

317855. Col. No. 1031. 'Goa Alphonse'. 

317856. Col. No. 1032. 'Lancetilla'. 

317857. Col. No. 1033. 'Langra benarsi'. 

317858. Col. No. 1034. 'Langra bhadra'. 

317859. Col. No. 1035. 'Lolita'. 



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299 



317848 to 317880— Continued 

317849 to 317864— Continued 

317860. Col. No. 1036. 'Martinique'. 



317861. 


Col. No. 1037. 


'Rosa'. 


317862. 


Col. No. 1038. 


'Manila'. 


317863. 


Col. No. 1039. 


No. 11. 


317864. 


Col. No. 1040. 


'Tibombo'. 


317865. Mangifera odorata Griffith 


Col. No. 


1041. 




317866. Nephelium lappaceum L. Sapindaceae. Rambutan. 


Col. No. 


1057. Germinating seed. Mixed varieties. 


317867 to 317879. Persea Americana Mill. Lauraceae. Avocado. 


317867. 


Col. No. 1042. 


'Aycock No. 19'. Red. 


317868. 


Col. No. 1043. 


'Aycock No. 3'. 


317869. 


Col. No. 1044. 


'Belize'. Early April. 


317870. 


Col. No. 1045. 


'Donaldson'. 


317871. 


Col. No. 1046. 


'Dora'. March. 


317872. 


Col. No. 1047. 


'Kilo 4 Ceiba , . 


317873. 


Col. No. 1048. 


'Progreso Late'. December. 


317874. 


Col. No. 1049. 


'Queen'. December. 


317875. 


Col. No. 1050. 


'Raul Arango'. 


317876. 


Col. No. 1051. 


'Roatan'. Resembles Simnonds. June. 


317877. 


Col. No. 1052. 


'Tito Perla'. 


317878. 


Col. No. 1053. 


'Wilson Popenoe'. Extremely elongate fruit. 


317879. 


Col. No. 1056. 


'Lima Late'. December. 


317880. Persea schiediana Nees Coyo avocado. 


Col. No. 


1055. 




317881 to 317889. 




From Hondunas. Seeds and rhizomes collected by Harold F. Winters, Crops 



Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. 
21, 1966. 



Received Dec. 



Seeds unless otherwise indicated. 

317881. Canna generalis Baily Cannaceae. 

Col. No. 1058. 'Chinese Dragon'. Escuela Agricola Panamericana, 
Zamorano. Medium height; flowers yellow with pale red spots. (Rhi- 
zomes) 

317882. Gliricidia sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 1016. In pine woods near Ojojona. Woody shrub. 

317883. Heliconia bihai L. Musaceae. 

Col. No. 1023. Lancetilla Experiment Station, Tela. Plant tall; inflores- 
cence erect, yellow; stems pubescent. 

317884. Heliconia collinsiana Griggs 

Col. No. 1021. Lancetilla Experiment Station, Tela. Plant tall. 

317885. Heliconia crassa Griggs 

Col. No. 1019. Lancetilla Experiment Station, Tela. 



300 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 

317881 to 317889— Continued 

317886. Heliconia librata Griggs 

Col. No. 1022. Lancetilla Experiment Station, Tela. Inflorescence erect, 
yellow. 

317887. Heliconia psittacorum L. f. 

Col. No. 1020. Lancetilla Experiment Station, Tela. Semidwarf, in- 
florescence erect, orange red. 

317888. Operculina tuberosa (L.) Meisn. Convolvulaceae. 

Col. No. 1018. 'Wooden Rose'. Escuela Agricola Panamericana. Vine 
with ornamental fruit. 

317889. Zinnia sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 1017. Along main road to Pacific coast from Tegucigalpa, 10 
km. from Tegucigalpa. Annual, small. 

317890. Antigonon sp. Polygonaceae. 

From El Salvador. Seeds collected by Harold F. Winters, Crops Research 
Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Received Dec. 21, 1966. 

Col. No. 1059. Old lava flow near San Salvador, El Salvador. Vine; 
flowers pale pink, large for the genus. 

317891. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Slavko Borojevic, Institut Za Poljo- 
privredna Istrazivanja, Novi Sad, Maksima Gorkog 30. Received Dec. 
22, 1966. 

'Novi Sad 2\ 

317892. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received Dec. 22, 1966. 

No. 2312. 'Early Maturing Siberian'. Originally from West Siberia. 

317893. Cucurbita maxima Duchesne Cucurbitaceae. Squash. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented by A. Janossy, National Institute of Agro- 
botany, Tapioszele. Received Dec. 22, 1966. 

'Grey Mammoth'. Fruit large, ribbed, silver grey; flesh light yellow. 
Leaves large, nonlacerated, round. 

317894 to 317903. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Theodore Hymowitz, Instituto de Pesquisas, 
IRI, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Dec. 22, 1966. Originally from 
localities in Tanzania as indicated. 

317894. Desmodium intortum (Mill.) Urb. Leguminosae. 
IRI 2805. Tengeru. 

317895. Desmodium sp. 
IRI 2895. Tengeru. 

317896 to 317901. Pueraria Montana (Lour.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

317896. IRI 2887. Kisongo Musa. 

317897. IRI 2888. Masama Moshi. 

317898. IRI 2889. Kisongo Lesiraa, Masailand. 

317899. IRI 2891. Burka Estate, Itigi near Tabora. 

317900. IRI 2892. Burka Estate, Itigi near Tabora. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 301 

317894 to 317903— Continued 
3178^6 to 317901— Continued 
317901. IRI2896. Aridai. 

317902. Rhynchosia chrysadenia Taub. Leguminosae. 
IRI 2890. Masailand. 

317903. Rhynchosia flavissima Hochst. ex Baker 
IRI 2894. Karangai Prison, Lyamungu. 



INDEX OF COMMON AND SCIENTIFIC NAMES 

*If the species of a genus do not have distinct common names, they share the same common 
name as the genus. 



Abies koreana, 317188. 

nephrolepis, 317189. 

sibirica, 310359. 
Acacia cyanophylla, 312427, 316116. 

longifolia, 316117. 
Acacia, blueleaf. See Acacia 

cyanophylla. 
Acer amplum, 312345. 

campbellii, 311285. 

cappadocicum, 312346. 

cappadocicum f . rubrum, 312347. 

diver gens, 312226. 

flabellatum, 317180. 

franchetii, 312227. 

giraldii, 312228. 

hookeri, 311286. 

hyrcanum, 312436. 

laevigatum, 311287. 

mono, 310360. 

monspessnlanum var. ibericum, 
312437. 

oblongum, 311288. 

okamotoannm, 317353. 

palmatum f. sanguineum, 311290. 

pectinatum, 311291. 

pseudo-platanus, 312348. 

pscudo-sieboldianum, 317190. 

rufinerve f. albo-limbatnm, 
312349. 

semenovii, 310361. 

tetramemm, 312229. 

triflorum, 316640-316641, 316958, 
317191. 

tschonoskii var. rubripes, 317192- 
317193. 

turkestanicum, 310362. 

ukurunduense, 317194-317195. 

sp., 311289, 314183, 314184. 
Actaea spicata var. nigra, 316595. 
Actinidia chinensis, 312433, 312434. 

polygama, 316959. 
Adenophora triphylla, 316043. 
Aegilops cylindrica, 314185, 314406, 
314593. 

speltoides, 315853. 

triuncialis, 314407. 

sp. 314138, 317389, 317390, 

317391, 317392, 317393, 317394, 
317395, 317396, 317397, 317398, 
317399, 317400. 
Acllcnia glauca, 310363. 
Aeluropus littoralis, 314139, 314594. 

repens, 310364. 
Aeschynomene indica, 316118-316119. 
Aesculus arguta, 312230. 
Agapetes serpens, 315147. 

sp., 315148. 
Agropyron (hybrid), 314595. 

caninum, 314612, 314615, 314629, 
315492, 317416. 

302 



A gropyron — Continued 

cf. caninum, 314616, 314628. 
cristatum, 310365, 311004-311005, 
314186, 314596-314602, 315066, 
316120. 
desertorum, 310366, 314187, 
314603-314604, 314927, 315068, 
316121. 
elongatum, 310367, 315352, 

317321. 
fibrosum, 315493. 
qracillimum, 313960. 
intermedium, 311333, 314054, 
314188, 315067, 315353-315355, 
316122. 
junceum, 310368. 
mutabile, 315491. 
pectiniforme, 310369-310370, 

312438, 315356-315360. 
pseudorepens, 314055. 
pungens, 310371. 
pyenanthum, 316123. 
sibiricum, 313961, 314056-314057, 
314508, 314605-314608, 315361- 
315367. 
stipifolium, 314058. 
tenerum, 315368. 
trachycaulum, 314609, 315494. 
trichophorum, 314140, 314189- 

314193, 314610, 315065. 
sp., 314194-314211, 314611, 

314613, 314614, 314617, 314618, 
314620-314627, 314630-314634, 
317401, 317402, 317404-317406, 
317408-317410, 317412-317414. 
Agrostis alba, 311006-311010, 315069. 
semiverticillata, 317419. 
tenuis, 311011. 
sp., 314562. 
Ailanthns altissima, 310372. 
giraldii, 310373. 
vilmoriniana, 310374. 
Akebia quinata, 316688, 317196. 
Alangium platanifolium var. trilobum, 

316596. 
Alder, Japanese. See Alnus japonica. 

Manchurian. See A. hirsuta. 
Alfalfa. See Medicago sativa. 
Alfileria. See Erodium cicutarium. 
Allium cyaneum, 312779. 
karataviense, 312780. 
victorialis, 312099, 316407. 
wailichii, 312100. 
sp., 314212. 
Alnus hirsuta, 317354. 
japonica, 317355. 
manschurica, 317197. 
mayrii, 317356. 
Alopecurus geniculatus, 314565. 
myosuroides, 310375. 



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303 



A lopecurus — Continued 

pratensis, 310376, 311012, 311013, 
314354, 314355, 314563, 314564, 
315369. 

ventricosus, 314356. 
Alyceclover. See Alysicarpus 

vaginalis. 
Alysicarpus longifolius, 316554. 

ovalifolius, 316124. 

rugosus, 316555. 

vaginalis, 316125. 
Alyssum spinosum, 311768. 
Amelanchier asiatica, 317357. 

rotundi folia, 312439. 

spicata, 310377. 
Amorpha sp., 314213. 
Ampelopsis brevipedunculata, 317198. 
Amygdalus sp., 314214. 
Anaphalis contorta, 312101. 

margaritaceae, 316044. 

triplinervis, 312102. 
Anchusa capensis, 312813. 

hybrida, 312828. 
Andropogon gayanus, 315653. 

gerardii, 315654-315664. 

hallii, 315665, 315666. 

cf. micro stachy us, 312904. 

sp., 314215. 
Anemone maxima, 316408. 

narcissi folia, 317199. 
Annona diversifolia, 311100. 
Anthoxanthum odoratum, 314566. 
Anthyllis caucasica, 314408-314409. 

cornicina, 311334-311339. 

lotoides, 311340-311344. 

vulneraria, 311014, 311345- 
311358. 
Antignon sp., 317890. 
Apple. See Malus sylvestris. 
Apricot. See Prunus armeniaca. 
Aptenia lancifolia, 317036. 
Arabis blepharophylla, 315149. 

caucasica, 315150-315152. 

X kellereri, 315153. 

turrita, 312842. 
Arachis glabrata, 311719-311720. 

hypogaea, 311003, 311262-311266, 
312141, 313118-313204, 313946- 
313951, 314048, 314817-314818, 
314893-314900, 314980, 315605- 
315637, 316126-316158, 316441. 

sp., 311721. 
Araucaria angustifolia, 316931. 
Araucaria, Brazilian. See Araucaria 

angustifolia. 
Arborvitae, American. See Thuja 
occidentalis. 

giant. See T. plicata. 
Arbutus X andrachnoides, 317599. 

unedo, 317600. 
Arbutus, Asiatic trailing. See Epigaea 

asiatica. 
Arisaema amurense, 317200. 

japonicum, 317201. 



Arisaema — Continued 

peninsulae, 317202. 

sp., 317203. 
Aristida adscensionis, 310378. 

coerulescens, 310379. 

karelinii, 310380. 

oligantha, 310381. 

plumosa, 314175. 

plumosa var. intermedia, 310382. 

sp., 314637, 314638, 314639. 
Aristolochia contorta, 316642. 

manshuriensis, 316960. 
Armoracia lapathifolia, 317042- 

317044, 317598. 
Arrhenatherum elatius, 311015- 
311017, 311359, 314410, 314509- 
314510, 315370, 316159-316161. 
Artemisia chamaeneli folia, 312440. 

sp., 314411. 
Artichoke, globe. See Cynara 

scolymus. 
Aruncus aethusifolius, 317204. 

dioicus, 316045. 
Arundinaria alpina, 316511. 
Asparagus oligoclonos, 316643, 
317205. 

schoberioides, 316689, 317206. 
Asperula sp., 314412. 
Aster sp., 317207. 
Astragalus asper, 314059. 

brachycarpus, 314413-314415. 

bungeanus, 314416, 314417. 

calycinus, 314357. 

canadensis, 315667. 

cicer, 315070, 315668. 

corrugatus, 314221. 

demetrii, 314060, 314061. 

drummondii, 315669. 

falcatus, 314062, 315071. 

filicaulis, 314141, 314142. 

galegiformis, 314063, 316162. 

hamosus, 311360-311363. 

interpositus, 314064, 314065. 

lasioglottis, 314066. 

longiflorus, 314358. 

macrorrhizus, 311364. 

monspessulanus, 311365, 311366. 

nuttalianus, 315670. 

onobrychis, 314067, 314359. 

pallescens, 314068. 

pectinatus, 315884. 

ponticus, 314069. 

racemosus, 315671. 

stephenianus, 312441. 

sp., 314143, 314216, 314217, 

314218-314220, 314222, 314223, 
314360, 314361, 314640, 314641. 
Astrebla lappacea, 315672. 
Atraphaxis sp., 314224, 314225, 

314226, 314642, 314643, 314644. 
Atriplex hortensis, 310383. 

nummularis, 316163. 

semibaccata, 316164, 316165. 
Avenafatua, 317694, 317695. 



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Avena — Continued 

nuda, 315854. 

sativa, 313115, 313910-313912, 
314837-314839, 315855, 315856, 
315908-315929, 316889-316893, 
317846, 317847, 317891. 

sterilis, 311522-311708, 317696- 
317815. 
Avenastrum pubescens, 311018. 
Avocado. See Persea americana. 

coyo. See P. schiediana. 
Axonopus purpusii, 312885. 
Azalea, royal. See Rhododendron 
schlippenbachii. 

weyrichi. See R. weyrichii. 
Balsamocitrus dawei, 311772. 
Bamboo. See Arundinaria alpina. 
Baphia massaiensis, 316887. 
Barley. See Hordeum spp.* 

bulbous. See H. bulbosum. 

foxtail. See H. jubatum. 
Bean. See Phaseolus spp.* 

common. See P. vulgaris. 

mung. See P. aureus. 

lima. See P. lunatus. 

rice. See P. calcaratus. 

scarlet runner. See P. coccineus. 
Beautyberry, Japanese. See Calli- 

carpa japonica. 
Beefwood, Cunningham. See Casuar- 

ina cunning hamiana. 
Beggarweed. See Desmodium spp.* 
Betula chinensis, 317208, 317358. 

costata, 316690, 316691. 

davurica, 316645. 

ermanii, 316961, 317209, 317210. 

humilis, 310384. 

kirghisorum, 310385. 

pendula, 314227. 

platyphylla, 316611. 

platyphylla var. japonica, 317211. 

procurva, 310386. 

turkestanica, 310387. 

sp., 314228, 314645. 
Birch. See Betula spp.* 

Asian white. See B. platyphylla. 

dahurian. See B. davurica. 
Bittersweet, Oriental. See Celastrus 

articulatus. 
Blackthorn. See Prunus spinosa. 
Bladder-senna, oriental. See Colutes 

orientalis. 
Blechnum niponicum, 316046. 
Bluestem. See Andropogon gayanus. 

big. See A. gerardii. 

Caucasian. See Bothriochloa 
caucasica. 

king's ranch. See B. ischaemum. 

sand. See Andropogon hallii. 
Bothriochloa caucasica, 312442. 

ischaemum, 314636, 315673. 
Brachiaria brizantha, 316166, 316442- 
316444. 

decumbens, 316445. 



Brachiaria — Continued 
dictyoneura, 316446. 
mutica, 316447. 
ruziziensis, 316167, 316448. 
soluta, 316168. 
subquadripara, 315674. 
Brachypodium distachylon, 317417. 
phoenicoides, 311367-311369. 
pinnatum, 316169. 
rupestre, 316170. 
Brassica campestris, 311723, 312124, 

312845-312847, 312903. 
hirta, 311724-311725, 312848- 

312849. 
juncea, 311726. 
napus, 311711, 311727-311733, 

314137. 
nigra, 311734. 
oleracea var. capitata, 310484- 

310486. 
oleracea var. gemmifera, 312902. 
sp., 316097-316114. 
Briza maxima, 314418, 314511-314512. 
media, 311019, 312443, 314070. 
subaristata, 312836, 312886. 
uniolae, 312887. 
Broadbean. See Vicia faba. 
Bromus (hybrid) , 315675. 

biebersteinii, 314419, 315372. 

cappadocicus, 315373. 

erectus, 311370, 311371, 315545, 

315678. 
fernandezianus, 311712. 
inermis, 311020-311022, 314071, 

314567, 315374-315385, 315398, 

316171-316172, 317322. 
japonicus, 314230, 314231. 
macrostachys, 317420. 
marginatus, 316173, 316174. 
mollis, 311023-311024, 311372- 

311373. 
oxyodon, 314232. 
riparius, 314072, 314362-314363, 

314513-314515, 314516, 315073, 

315386-315394, 315397, 315676. 
cf , riparius, 315072. 
scoparius, 314229. 
sericeus, 317422. 
severtzovii, 314144. 
squarrosus, 314364. 
sterilis, 314420. 
tectorum, 311025, 317421. 
tomentosus, 315371. 
unioloides, 315546, 316175-316177. 
uruguayensis, 316178. 
variegatus, 315395, 315396. 
willdenowii, 315677. 
sp., 314421, 314646, 314647, 

314648. 
Broom. See Cytisus spp.* and 

Genista sagittalis. 
bigflower. See C. supinus. 
canary. See C. canariensis. 



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Broom — Continued 

paradise. See C. scoparius 

andreanus. 
scotch. See C. scoparius. 
warminister. See C. X praccox. 
Brussel sprouts. See Brassica olcr- 

acea var. gemmifera. 
Buckthorn. See Rhamnus utilis. 

glossy. See R. frangula. 
Buddleia colvilei, 311292. 
Burnet, small. See Sanguisorba 

minor. 
Bushclover. See Lcspcdeza bicolor 

var. japonica. 
Butterflybush. See Buddleia colvilei. 
Buttonclover. See Medicago orbicu- 
laris. 
Buxus colchica, 312444. 

microphylla var. koreana, 316612. 
Cabbage. See Brassica oleracca var. 

capitata. 
Cacao. See Thcobroma cacao. 
Cajanus cajan, 311501-311502, 
314789-314790, 316556-316557, 
317061-317177. 
Calamagrostis drundinacea, 311026. 
canescens, 316179. 
epigeios, 316180-316181. 
pseudophragmitcs, 316182-316183. 
varia, 316184. 
Callicarpa japonica, 317359. 
Calligonum caput-mcdusac , 314176. 

setosum, 314177. 
Calluna vulgaris, 315095-315102, 

315154-315167, 317532-317534, 
317842-317844. 
vulgaris var. hirsuta, 317535. 
vulgaris f. serotina, 317536. 
Calophaca wolgarica, 314073. 
Calystegia soldanella, 316614. 
Camclina sativa, 311735-311736. 
Camellia (hybrid) , 315906. 
japonica, 311500. 
sinensis, 316471-316481. 
Camellia, common. See Camellia 

japonica. 
Camptotheca acuminata, 317685- 

317688. 
Canavalia ensiformis, 311503-311504, 

316185, 316558, 316559. 
Canna edulis, 314804. 
generalis, 317881. 
iridiflora, 310922. 
limbata, 314805. 
Canna, edible. See Canna edulis. 
Cape-marigold. See Dimorphotheca 

spp.* 
Capsicum annuum, 315007. 

annuum var. minimum, 310488. 
chinense, 315008-315031. 
frutescens, 310435. 
sp., 311101, 311126. 
Caragana boisii, 310388. 



Caragaua — Continued 

brcvispina, 310389. 

sp., 310390, 314145. 
Cardiospermnm halicacabum, 316646. 
Carex bordzilowskii, 314365. 

kobomugi, 316613. 

pachystylis, 314146, 314649. 

tiirkcstanica, 314169. 

verua, 314366. 

sp. 314147, 314233. 
Carica goudotiana, 316957. 
Carnation, clove pink. See Dianthus 

caryophyllus. 
Carpinns cordata, 317360. 

laxiilora, 317212. 

sp., 312445. 
Carthamus tivctorius, 311737, 311738, 

312275, 314650. 
Cassia abbrcviata, 315883. 

mimosoides, 316186. 

occidentalis, 316187. 
Castorbean. Sec Riciwus communis. 
Casuarina cunniv ghamiana, 312428, 

316188. 
Catabrosa aquatica, 314367. 
Caulophyllum robustum, 316962. 
Cranothus divcrsif alius, 310494. 

fresnensis, 310495-310497. 

prostratus, 310498-310510. 

sp., 314234. 
Ccdrcla fissilis, 316932. 
Crdrus deodara, 317178. 

libanii, 313067. 
Celastrus articulatus, 316963. 
Celtis caucasica, 312350, 314235. 

sinensis, 317213. 
Cevchrus ciliaris, 314981-314982, 

315679-315681, 315868, 316189, 
316449-316451. 

setigerus, 315682. 
Ccntrosrma pubrscens, 311505, 

316190-316198, 316452-316453. 
Ccphalaria leucantha, 312821. 
Ccrcis siliquastrnm, 314422. 
Cerens sp., 312163. 
Centrum parqui, 312837. 
Chamaccyparis lawsoniana, 317820- 
317822". 

lav)soniana f. fletchcri, 317823. 

obtnsa i. pygmaea, 317824. 

obtusa f. sanderi, 317825. 
Chenopodium quinoa, 310466. 
Cherry, mahaleb. See Primus 
mahaleb. 

sweet. See P. avium. 

western choke. See P. virginiana 
var. demissa. 
Chickpea. See Cicer arietinum. 
Chiltapin. See Capsicum annuum 

var. minimum. 
Chionochloa australis, 312223. 
Chloris caribaea, 316199. 

castilloniana , 316200. 



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Chloris — Continued 

cucullata, 315683. 

gayana, 315547-315548, 316201- 
316203, 316404, 316411-316412, 
316632-316633, 317342, 317351- 
317352. 

inflata, 315684. 

polydactyla, 316034. 

virgata, 316692. 
Chrysanthemum vis cidi-hir turn, 

312822. 
Chufa. See Cyperus esculentus. 
Cicer arietinum, 310479, 315781- 
315834, 316913-316924. 

sp., 317423. 
Cinquefoil. See Potentilla fulgens. 

shrubby. See P. fruticosa. 
Citron, fingered. See Citrus medica 

var. sarcodactylis. 
Citrullus lanatus, 314148, 314178, 
314236. 

sp., 314655. 
Citrus aurantium, 316537, 316538. 

medica var. sarcodactylis, 311256. 

reticulata, 311257-311259, 314974, 
316539-316545. 

sinensis, 311773, 312788, 312789. 

sp., 312786, 312787, 314836. 
Clematis apiifolia, 317361. 

flabellata, 317214. 

gouriana, 311293. 

koreana, 316364, 317215, 317216. 

montana, 311294. 

paniculata, 317217, 317362. 

patens, 316615, 317218. 

trichotoma, 316628, 316693, 
317219. 

sp., 316597. 
Clematis, anemone. See Clematis 
montana. 

sweet autumn. See C. paniculata. 
Cleonia lusitanica, 312823. 
Clerodendrum trichotomum, 317220. 
Clethra barbinervis, 316047. 
Clethra, tree. See Clethra barbiner- 
vis. 
Cleyera sp., 311715. 
Clintonia udensis, 316598. 
Clitoria ternatea, 311506, 316204- 

316206. 
Clover. See Trifolium spp.* 

alsike. See T. hybridum. 

arrowleaf . See T. vesiculosum. 

crimson. See T. incamatum. 

kura. See T. ambiguum. 

large hop. See T. campestre. 

Persian. See T. resupinatum. 

purple globe. See T. alpestre. 

red. See T. pratense. 

rose. See T. hirtum. 

rough. See T. scabrum. 

strawberry. See T. fragiferum. 



Clover — Continued 

subterranean. See T. subter- 
raneum. 

white. See T. repens. 

zigzag. See T. medium. 
Cnicus benedictus, 311739. 
Coix lacryma-jobi, 313952. 
Colutea orientalis, 314423. 
Convallaria keiskei, 317221. 
Convolvulus divaricatus, 314651. 
Coreanomecon hylomeconoides, 316599. 
Corn. See Zea mays. 
Cornus australis, 312473. 

controversa, 316616. 

coreana, 316694, 317222. 

iberica, 314237. 

kousa, 316695, 317223. 
Coronilla scorpioides, 310391. 
Corydalis chaerophylla, 312103. 

heterocarpa var. japonica, 317224. 

ochotensis, 316365. 
Corylus avellana, 312446. 

iberica, 312447. 
Cotoneaster (hybrid), 312512, 317826- 
317829. 

congesta, 317830. 

harrysmithii, 312781. 

lucida, 313962. 

multiflora, 312782, 313963. 

obscura, 312783. 

racemiflora, 313964. 

splendens, 312784. 

sp., 314238. 
Cotton. See Gossypium raimondii. 

levant. See G. herbaceum. 

sea-island. See G. barbadense. 

upland. See G. hirsutum. 
Cowpea. See Vigna sinensis. 
Crabapple, Siberian. See Malus 
baccata. 

midget. See M. micromalus. 

toringo. See M. sieboldii. 
Crambe abyssinica, 311740, 316207. 

cordifolia, 314074. 

juncea, 314075. 

tataria, 314076, 314077. 

sp. 314078, 314079, 314424, 314652. 
Cranesbill. See Geranium colum- 

binum. 
Crapemyrtle, common. See Lager- 

stroemia indica. 
Crataegus komarovii, 316964, 317225. 

maximowiczii, 316647. 

pinnatifida, 316965. 
Crcpis aurea, 312843. 

foetida, 312448. 

kotschyana, 310392. 

vesicaria ssp. taraxacifolia, 
312824. 
Cress, garden. See Lepidium 

sativum. 
Crinum macowanii, 311096. 

sp., 313942. 



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Crotalaria, Lance. See Crotalaria 
lanceolata. 
showy. See C. spectabilis. 
Crotalaria brachystachya, 316936. 
grantiana, 316937, 316938. 
juncea, 314239, 316208. 
lanceolata, 316939, 316940. 
paulina, 316941. 
pumila, 312164. 
saltiana, 316942, 316943. 
sessiliflora, 317363. 
spectabilis, 316944, 316945. 
stipularia, 316946-316948. 
usaramoensis, 316888, 316949. 
sp., 316950-316956. 
Crowberry. See Empetmm nigrum. 
Cucumber. See Cucumis sativus. 
Cucumis angolensis, 315208. 
flcifolius, 315209. 
hirsutus, 315210. 
melo, 313969-313980, 314149, 
314150, 314170, 314179, 314180, 
315399-315410. 
myriocarpus , 314791. 
prophetarum, 315211. 
sativus, 317041. 
zeyheri, 315212. 
sp., 314425, 314426, 314427, 
314653, 314654. 
Cucurbita maxima, 312125, 312165, 
317893 
moschata, 312126, 312166-312168. 
pepo, 311741, 312127. 
cf. pepo, 311102, 311103. 
sp., 314806. 
Cupressus sp., 314428. 
Cushaw. See Cucurbita moschata. 
Cyclamen africanum, 313085, 315046, 
315060. 
atkinsii, 311769. 
balearicum, 313086. 
europaeum, 311770. 
graecum, 313087, 315047. 
libanoticum, 313088. 
neapolitanum, 311771, 315061, 

315062. 
persicum, 313089. 
pseud-ibericum, 313090. 
purpurascens, 315063. 
Cyclamen, European. See Cyclamen 
europaeum. 

Persian. See C. persicum. 
Cydonia oblonga, 316667-316669. 
Cymbopogon citratus, 314907. 
Cynara scolymus, 314960. 
Cynodon dactylon, 315685, 315876, 

315902-315905, 316416-316420, 
316506-316510, 316536. 
plectostachyus, 315756-315762. 
sp., 315763, 315764, 315765, 

315766, 315767, 315768, 315769, 
315770, 315771, 315772, 315773, 
315774, 315775, 315776, 315777, 



Cynodon — Continued 

315778, 315779, 315780. 
Cynosurus cristatus, 311027. 
Cyperus esculentus, 312882, 312883. 
Cyphomandra betacea, 312128. 
Cypress, Lawson. See Chamaecy- 

paris lawsoniana. 
Cypressvine, starglory. See Quamoc- 

lit pennata. 
Cytisus albus, 313080. 
canariensis, 317030. 
decumbens, 312276, 315686. 
hirsutus, 312277. 
palmensis, 317031. 
X praecox, 315687. 
proliferus, 317032. 
ratisbonensis, 312278. 
rosmarinifolius, 317033. 
scoparius, 317831. 
scoparius andreanus, 312231. 
scoparius var. prostrata, 317832. 
supinus, 312279, 315688. 
Daboecia azorica, 315168. 

cantabrica, 315103, 315169, 
315170, 317601. 
Dactylis aschersoniana, 316209. 
glomerata, 311028-311042, 

311374-311402, 312449, 312450, 
314080, 314240-314248, 314429- 
314433, 314517-314520, 314568, 
314656-314661, 315074, 315411- 
315426. 
voronovii, 310393, 314081. 
Dalea alopecuroides, 315689, 315690. 
jamesii, 315691. 
oaxacuna, 315692. 
Dandelion. See Taraxacum kok- 

saghyz. 
Daphne sp., 310340. 
Daphniphyllum macropodum, 317226. 
Delphinium sp., 314662. 
Deschampsia caespitosa, 311043. 
Desmanthus virgatus, 316560. 
Desmodium adscendens, 316561, 
316623. 
affine, 316624. 

angustifolium, 316210, 316562. 
barbatum, 316035. 
canum, 317045. 
discolor. 311507. 
distortum, 316211, 316212, 

316563-316565, 317046-317048. 
heterocarpum, 317049. 
intortum, 314983, 316213, 317050, 

317894. 
lanceolatum, 316214. 
purpureum, 316215. 
salicifolium, 317051. 
sandwicense, 316216-316229. 
tortuosum, 317052-317060. 
uncinatum, 316894-316896. 
sp., 311104, 311105, 311121, 
311122, 311127, 312129, 312130, 



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Desmodium — Continued 

312169, 312170, 312171, 312172, 
316625, 316626, 317895. 
Dianthus X allwoodii, 311271. 
banaticus, 315056. 
caesius, 314782. 
caryophyllus, 311130-311150, 
311268-311270, 311280, 311709, 
312271, 315907. 
galli us, 314783. 
grardticus, 312272, 314784. 
noeanus, 315057. 
plumarius, 315058. 
sternbergii, 312273. 
Dickanthium aristatum, 316230. 
Digitaria smutsii, 315693. 

swalleniana, 316036, 316037. 
violascens, 312905. 
Dimorphotheca pluvialis, 317037- 
317038. 
sinuata, 317039. 
Dioscorea deltoidea, 312104. 
Diospyros kaki, 316696. 

lotus, 316697. 
Disporum sessile, 317364. 
Dogtail, crested. See Cynosurus 

cristatus. 
Dogwood. See Cornus spp.* 
giant. See C. controversa. 
kousa. See C. kousa. 
Dolichos axillaris, 316454. 
baumannii, 316231. 
biflorus, 316566-316568. 
lablab, 311123, 311124, 311155, 
311508, 311509, 316232, 316569- 
316575, 316897-316902. 
Dolichos, twinflower. See Dolichos 

biflorus. 
Draba aizoides, 315171. 
lacaitae, 315172. 
polytricha, 315173. 
stylaris, 315174. 
Dropseed. See Sporobolus indicus. 
Echinacea angustifolia, 312814. 
Echinochloa crusgalli, 315694-315699. 
crus galli var. frumentacea, 

315075, 315091. 
sp., 315076. 
Edelweiss, common. See Leonto- 

podium alpinum. 
Ehrharta calycina, 316236-316240. 
Elaeagnus angustifolia, 310394, 
310395, 315077. 
umbellata, 310396, 315078. 
sp., 316413. 
Elaeagnus, autumn. See Elaeagnus 

umbellata. 
Elder, European. See Sambucus 
nigra. 
red, European. See S. racemosa. 
Elm, American. See Ulmus 
americana. 
Chinese. See U. pumila. 



Elm — Continued 

Dutch. See U. hollandica. 

smoothleaf. See U. carpinifolia. 
Eleusine indica, 315700. 
Elymus aralensis, 314663, 314664. 

arenarius, 316233. 

canadensis, 315864. 

dahuricus, 314674, 314680. 

excelsus, 315863. 

giganteus, 313965, 314928, 315079. 

junceus, 314082, 314521, 314665- 
314671, 315080, 317323, 

paboanus, 316234. 

sibiricus, 314619, 315427-315429. 

sp., 314672, 314673, 314675, 

314676, 314677, 314678, 314679, 
314681, 314682, 316235. 
Elyonurus sp., 313953. 
Empetrum nigrum, 316048. 

nigrum var. asiaticum, 316366. 
Encephalartos sp., 313992. 
Enkianthus cernuus var. rubens, 
317602. 

deflexus, 311295. 
Enneapogon persicum, 310397. 
Ephedra ciliata, 310398. 

intermedia, 310399. 

strobilacea, 310400. 

sp., 314249, 314683. 
Epigaea asiatica, 317603. 
Epilobium minutiflorum, 310401. 

parviflorum, 310402. 
Eragrostis atherstonei, 313993, 313994. 

capensis, 313995. 

chalcantha, 313996. 

chloromelas, 313997. 

curvula, 310403, 313998-314012, 
314014-314018, 314020-314038, 
315549. 

curvula var. conferta, 314013, 
314019. 

echinochloidea, 314039. 

feruginea, 314040. 

japonica, 316698. 

lehmanniana, 314041. 

robusta, 314042. 

sarmentosa, 314043. 

starosselskyi, 310404. 

cf. suaveolens, 310405. 

subulata, 314044. 

superba, 314045. 

sp., 314250, 317424. 
Eremopyrum buonapartis var. buona- 

partis, 317415. 

buonapartis var. sublanuginosum, 
317403, 317407, 317411. 

orientale, 314368. 

prostratum, 314369. 

triticeum, 317418. 

sp., 314434. 
Erianthus giganteus, 311710. 
Erica australis, 315104, 315105, 
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Erica — Continued 

canaliculata, 315180. 

camea, 315106-315108, 315175- 
315179, 317537-317538. 

ciliaris, 315181, 315182. 

cinerea, 315109-315120, 315183, 
315184, 317539-317543. 

X darleyensis, 317544, 317545. 

glandulosa, 315185. 

mackaii, 315121, 315122, 315186. 

mediterranea, 315123-315130, 
315187-315192. 

pageana, 317605. 

scoparia, 315193. 

terminalis, 315131. 

tetratix, 315132, 315133, 315194- 
315197 

vagans, 315134-315140, 315198- 
315201, 317546, 317547, 317845. 

X veitchii, 315202. 

verticillata, 315141. 
Eriochloa procera, 316241. 
Erodium circutarium, 314151, 314370. 

stevenii, 314371. 
Eruca sativa, 311742. 
Erucastrum strigosum, 312817. 
Eryngium alpinum, 317347. 

nudicaule, 312838. 
Eryngo, bluetop. See Eryngium 

alpinum. 
Erythroxylon coca, 317819. 
Esparcet, sandy. See Onobrychis 

ar en aria. 
Eucarya acuminata, 317818. 
Euchlaena mexicana, 311282, 311283. 
Eulalia mackinlayi, 316242. 
Eulophia sp., 312778. 
Euonymus alatus, 315890, 316699. 

frigidus, 310341. 

japonicus, 315891. 

macropterus, 316600, 317227. 

oxyphyllus, 316601, 316700. 

sieboldiana, 316966. 
Euonymus, winded. See Euonymus 

alatus. 
Eupatorium chivcvsc var. sachalin- 
ense, 316049. 

japonicnm, 315892. 
Euphorbia lathyrns, 312825. 

tinctoria, 312829. 
Eurotia ccratoidcs, 310406. 

cvcrsmanniana, 310407. 
Eurya japonica, 311716, 317228. 
Falsobrome. See Brachypodium 
phoenicoidcs. 

Japanese. See B. pinnatum. 
Fescue. See Fcstuca varia. 

great. See F. gigantea. 

hair. See F. capillata. 

meadow. See F. spp. :;: 

red. See F. rubra. 

sheep. See F. ovina. 

tall. See F. arundinacca. 



Festuca arenaria, 314083. 

arundinacea, 311044, 314251, 
314684-314686, 315430-315424, 
315550-315552, 316243-316246. 
beckeri, 315081. 
capillata, 311045. 
djimilensis, 314084. 
elatior, 310482, 311046-311054. 
gigantea, 311055, 316247. 
montana, 316248. 
ovina, 311403-311405, 312225, 
312280, 312451, 314522, 314523, 
314687, 314688, 316249. 
pratensis, 314252, 314253, 314435, 
314524-314528, 314569-314570, 
314689-314691, 315435-315447, 
316250. 
rubra, 311056-311063, 311406, 
311407, 315448. 
rupicaprina, 316251. 
sabulosa, 314085. 
sclerophylla, 312452, 314086. 
sulcata, 314087, 314372-314375, 
314436, 314437. 
■varia, 312453, 316252. 
sp., 311064, 311065, 314254, 

314571, 314692, 314693, 314694, 
317425. 
Filbert. See Corylus avellana. 
Fingergrass, feather. See Chloris 

virgata. 
Fir, Korean. See Abies koreana. 
Firethorn. See Pyracantha (hybrid) 
Firmiana simplex, 317365. 
Flax. See Linum usitatissimum. 

Austrian. See L. austHacum. 
Forsythia ovata, 316967. 

sp., 317229. 
Foxtail. See Alopecurus spp.* 
meadow. See A. pratensis. 
i Fragaria (hybrid) , 313945, 314973, 
317187, 317315. 
moschata, 314529. 
vesca, 312864, 314438, 317179. 
i Fraxinus excelsior f. aureo-pendula, 
312232. 
pcnnsylvanica, 312351. 
pennsylvanica f. aucubaefolia, 
312352. 
Frutilla. See Rubus geoides. 
Galenia secunda, 312429. 
Ganltheria cuneata, 317606. 

hookeri, 310342, 311296, 317607. 
mtmmularioidcs, 310343. 
pyroloidcs, 310344, 311297. 
scmi-infera, 317608. 
frichophylla, 310345. 
X wislcycvsis, 313081. 
Genista qcrmanica, 313903. 
sag'ittalis, 312281, 313904. 
tinctoria, 312282. 
Gcntiana triflora, 316050. 
uchiyamai, 317230. 



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Geranium colnmbinum, 314439. 
dahnricum, 312785. 
ncpalcnse, 312105. 
Geum urbanum, 312454. 
Ginger, Jamaica. See Zingiber 

officinalis. 
Gladiolus crassifolius, 311097. 
Gliricidia sp., 317882. 
Glorybower, harlequin. See 

Clerodcndrum trichotomum. 
Glyceria sp., 314572. 
Glycine javanica, 311510, 311511, 

314847-314855, 314984, 316253, 
31G254, 316455, 316456. 
max, 310438-310441, 312222, 
314985-314988, 315701, 317332- 
317337. 
sp., 314573. 
Glycyrrhiza sp., 314255, 314256. 
Goldenchain. See Laburnum 

anagyroides. 
Goldenrod, European. See Solidago 

virgaurea. 
Gomphrena par vi flora, 314792. 
Gossypinm barbadense, 312790- 
312796, 316393-316402. 
davidsonii, 311759-311763. 
gossypioides, 311519. 
harkncssii, 311764-311765. 
herbaceum, 314049. 
herbaceum var. africanum, 

314050-314052^ 
hirsutnm, 310487, 313905, 313986- 

313988, 314989-314991. 
populifolium, 316634. 
raimondii, 315751. 
sturtianum, 316635. 
thurberi, 311766, 311767. 
sp., 313079, 313906, 313954- 
313956, 313989-313991, 314128. 
Granadilla, sweet. See Passiflora 

ligularis. 
Grape, amur. See Vitis amnrensis. 

European. See V. vinifera. 
Grape-hyacinth. See Mnscari 

racemosum. 
Grass, angleton. See Dichanthium 
aristatum. 
bahia. See Paspalum notatum. 
barnyard. See Echinochloa 

crusgalli. 
bent, Colonial. See Agrostis 

tenuis. 
Bermuda. See Cynodon dactylon. 
blue, bulbosa. See Poa bnlbosa. 
Kentucky. See P. pratensis. 
wood. See P. nemoralis. 
brome, meadow. See Bromus 
erectus. 
mountain. See B. marginatus. 
smooth. See B. inermis. 
buffel. See Cenchrus ciliaris. 
canary, large. See Phalaris 



Grass — Continued 
aquatica. 

reed. See P. arundinacea. 
cheat. See Bromus tectorum. 
chess, soft. See B. mollis. 
cup. See Eriochloa procera. 
Dallis. See Paspalum dilatatum. 
dune, European. See Elymus 

arenarius. 
feather. See Stipa spp.* 
goat. See Aegilops speltoides. 

barb. See A . triuncialis. 

jointed. See A. cylindrica. 
goose. See Eleusine indica. 
Guatamela. See Tripsacum 

laxum. 
Guinea. See Panicum maximum. 
harding. See Phalaris tuberosa 

var. stenoptera. 
indian, yellow. See Sorghastrum 

nutans. 
lemon. See Cymbopogon citratus. 
love. See Eragrostis spp.* 

boer. See E. chloromelas. 

Korean. See E. feruginea. 

lehmann. See E. lehmanniana. 

weeping. See E. curvula. 
needle. See Stipa spp.* 
oat, tall. See Arrhenatherum 

elatius. 
orchard. See Dactylis glomerata. 
panic. See Panicum spp.* 

blue. See P. antidotale. 
plume. See Erianthus giganteus. 
quaking. See Briza spp.* 

big. See B. maxima. 
reed. See Calamagrostis spp.* 
rescue. See Bromus willdenowii. 
rhodes. See Chloris gay ana. 
rice. See Oryzopsis holciformis. 
rye. See Lolium spp.* 

perennial. See L. perennc. 

wimmera. See L. rigidum. 
signal, Palisade. See Brachiaria 

brizantha. 
star. See Cynodon plecto- 

sfachyus. 
switch. See Panicum virgatum. 
threeawn. See Aristida spp.* 
vasey. See Paspalum urvillei. 
veldt, perennial. See Ehrharta 

calycina. 
velvet. See Holcus lanatus. 
vernfcl, sweet. See Anthoxan- 

thiim odoratum. 
wheat. See Agropyron spp.* 

crested. See A. cristatum. 

intermediate. See A. inter- 
medium. 

Siberian. See A. sibiricum. 

slender. See A. tencrum. 

standard. See A. desertorum. 

stiff hair. See A. trichophorum. 



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311 



Grass — Continued 

tall. See A. elongatum. 

windmill, hooded. See Chloris 
cucullata. 
Greenbrier. See Smilax china. 
Gundelia tournefortii, 312830. 
Gypsophila oldhamiana, 316701. 

repens, 314785. 
Hackberry. See CeUis caucasica. 
Hawthorn, Chinese. See Crataegus 

pinnatifida. 
Heath. See Erica X darleyensis. 

biscay. See E. mediterranea. 

cornish. See E. vagans. 

crossleaf . See E. tetralix. 

fringed. See E. ciliaris. 

mountain. See Phyllodoce 
aleutica. 

blue. See P. caerulea. 
nippon. See P. nipponica. 

spring. See Erica carnea. 

twisted. See E. cinerea. 
Heather. See Calluna vulgaris. 
Hedera caucasigena, 312455. 
Hedysarum argenteum, 314088. 

coronarium, 316576-316579. 

hedysaroides, 314089. 

humile, 311408. 

sp., 314695, 317426. 
Helenium microcephalum, 312818. 
Helianthus annuus, 311743, 314530, 

314531. 
Helichrysnm braceteatum, 312815. 
Hcliconia bihai, 317883. 

collinsiana, 317884. 

crassa, 317885. 

librata, 317886. 

psittacorum, 317887. 
Hemerocallis coreana, 316602, 316702. 

sp., 316617, 317231,317366. 
Hemiptelca davidii, 317232. 
Hesperethusa crenulata, 311260. 
Heteranthelium sp., 314152. 
Hibiscus (hybrid), 316928, 316929, 
316933. 

coccineus, 316934. 

csculentus, 310472-310478, 311106. 

hamabo, 315893. 

Jiliifiorus, 317816. 

moscheutos, 317345. 

mutabilis, 316935. 

X muta-moscheutos, 317346. 

rosa-sinensis, 315886. 

sp., 312274. 
Hibiscus, Chinese. See Hibiscus rosa- 
sinensis. 
Hippocrepis commutata, 311409- 
311412. 

glanca, 311413, 311414. 
Hippophac rhamnoides, 314257. 
Holcus lanatus, 311066, 311067, 

311415, 311416. 
Holly. See Ilex spp.* 



Holly — Continued 

Japanese. See /. crenata. 

longstalk. See I. pedunculosa. 

Nepal. See /. intricata. 
Honeysuckle. See Lonicera nigra. 
Hop, common. See Humulus lupulus. 
Hordeum bogdanii, 314696. 

bulbosum, 311417, 316255, 316256. 

compressum, 312888. 

deficiens var. steudelii, 315857. 

distichon, 313097, 313099, 313110- 
313114, 313908, 313909, 313913, 
315930-315946. 

glaucum, 317429. 

jubatum, 315858. 

spontaneum, 317427. 

vulgare, 310480-310481, 315852, 
315947-315956, 316760-316886. 

vulgare var. afghanicum, 315859. 

vulgare var. nigricans, 315860. 

vulgare var. trifurcatum, 315861. 

sp., 314258, 314697, 317428, 
317430-317436. 
Hornbeam. See Carpinus laxiflora. 

heartleaf. See C. cordata. 
Horseradish. See Armoracia 

lapathifolia. 
Hosta sieboldiana var. hypophylla, 

315865. 
Humulus lupulus, 312510, 312511, 
314046, 314047, 314968-314970. 
Hyacinth-bean. See Dolichos lablab. 
Hydrangea paniculata, 316051. 

serrata, 311298. 
Hydrangea, panicle. See Hydrangea 

paniculata. 
Hyparrhenia hirta, 315584-315601. 
Hypecoum trilobum, 314153. 
Hypericum ascyron, 317233. 

buckleyi, 315702. 

erectum, 316052. 

hookerianum, 310346, 311299. 

patulum, 311300. 

sp., 315703. 
llama. See Annona diversifolia. 
Ilex canariensis, 317035. 

colchica, 315213. 

crenata, 313116, 316588. 

crenata f. microphylla, 317234, 
317235. 

dubia var. macropoda, 316603. 

intricata, 311301. 

mitis, 317040. 

montana var. macropoda, 316703, 
316704. 

pedunculosa, 315894. 

sikkimensis, 311717. 
Impatiens textorii, 316705. 
Imperata conferta, 312854, 

312855. 
Indigo. See Indigo f 'era spp." 

anil. See /. suffruticosa. 

hairy. See /. Jiirsuta. 



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Indigofera echinata, 316257. 

hirsute, 311512, 316258-316260. 

subulate, 316580. 

suffruticosa, 316261. 
Ipomoea batatas, 315340-315350, 
317505-317508. 

palmeri, 312173. 

tricolor, 312174. 

sp., 312120. 
Iris ensata, 317236. 

ensata var. spontanea, 316053. 

laevigata, 316629. 

pumila, 314376. 

rossii, 316648. 

sp., 317237. 
Iris, Russian. See Iris ensata. 
Ironweed. See Vernonia anthel- 

mintica. 
Isatis tinctoria, 312816. 
Ixora chinensis, 316720. 

coccinea, 316721. 

lutea, 316722. 

rosea, 316723. 

sp., 316724-316728. 
Jackbean. See Canavalia ensiformis. 
Jobs-tears. See Coix lacryma-jobi. 
Jointfir. See Ephedra spp.* 
Juglans mandshuriea, 316649. 
Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii, 
317238. 

sp., 314698. 
Jurinea anatolica, 312831. 
Kafircorn. See Sorghum bicolor. 
Kaimi-clover. See Desmodium 

canum. 
Kalwiovsis leachiana, 317609. 
Kennedya prostrate, 312430, 316262. 
Kidneyvetch. See Anthyllis 

vulneraria. 
Kochia prostrate, 310408, 314929. 
Koeleria argentea, 317437. 

caucasica, 314532. 

gracilis, 312456, 314377-314379, 
314440,314533,314574, 
314699, 314700. 

vallesiana, 311418, 311419. 
Laburnum alpinum f. autumnale, 
312353. 

anagyroides, 314441. 
Lactuca raddeana, 316054. 

sp., 314154. 
Lagenaria siceraria, 315576-315580. 
Lagerstroemia indica, 316671-316674. 

turbinate, 313907. 
Lallemantia iberica, 311744. 
Lamiu?n purpureum, 312826. 
Larch, Chinese. See Larix potaninii. 
Larix decidua var. fastigiata, 312233. 

gmelinii var. principis- 
rupprechtii, 312234. 

potaninii, 312235. 
Lathyrus cicera, 314442. 
inconspicuus, 314259. 



Lathyrus — Continued 

japonicus, 315704, 315705. 
latifolius, 315706. 
latifolius var. splendens, 315707. 
polymorphus ssp. incanus, 315708- 

315710. 
roseus, 314443. 
rotundifolius, 312457. 
sativus, 317438-317443. 
tingitanus, 315553. 
tuberosus, 315711-315714. 
venosus var. meridionalis, 315715. 
sp., 314261, 314444, 314701, 

314702, 316414, 317444, 317445, 
317446, 317447, 317448. 
Lavendula officinalis, 317833. 
Leadtree. See Leucaena 

leucocephala. 
Leavenworthia torulosa, 315050. 
Leiophyllum buxifolium var. hugeri, 

317610. 
Lens culinaris, 311107, 312175-312180, 

317449. 
Lentil. See Lens culinaris. 
Leontopodium alpinum, 317348. 
Lepidium sativum, 311745. 
Leptochloa chloridiformis, 312889. 
Lespedeza bicolor var. japonica, 
316055. 
cuneata, 310409. 
Lesquerella densipila, 315051, 315052. 
lescurii, 315053. 
perforata, 315054. 
stonensis, 315055. 
Lettuce. See Lactuca raddeana. 
Leucaena leucocephala, 311128, 

311513, 312118, 313957, 316263- 
316265. 
stenocarpa, 312119. 
Lilac, manchurian. See Syringa 

amurensis. 
Lilium miquelianum, 316706. 

sp., 316968, 316969, 316970. 
Lily-of-the-valley. See Convallaria 

keiskei. 
Limnanthes macounii, 315048. 

sp., 315049. 
Linaria japonica, 317239. 
Linden, mongolian. See Tilia 

miqueliana. 
Lindera erythrocarpa, 316707, 317240. 
megaphylla, 311718. 
obtusiloba, 316708, 317241. 
Linum austriacum, 314380, 314381, 
314445, 314534. 
usitatissimum, 311108, 311129, 

311746, 311747, 317324. 
usitatissimum spp. transitorium, 
311069, 311070. 
Lobelia sessiliflora, 317242. 
Locust, black. See Robinia 

pseudoacacia. 
Lolium mtdtiflorum, 311068. 



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Lolinm — Continued 

perenne, 311071-311075, 311420. 
persieum, 310410, 314446, 317450. 
remotiim, 310411. 
rigidum, 311421-311424, 314447, 

314448, 317451, 317452. 
sp., 314262. 
Lonicera insidaris, 316409. 
nigra, 316618. 
subsessilis, 317243. 
sp., 310347, 314263, 314264, 
314703. 
Lotononis bainesii, 316038. 
Lotus arenarius, 311425. 

caucasicus, 314090, 314535, 

314930, 315449. 
conimbricensis , 311426. 
cornicidatus, 310483, 314449- 
314451, 314536, 314537, 314575, 
314704, 314845, 314846, 315082, 
315450-315455, 315554, 316266- 
316269. 
corniculatus ssp. preslii, 316271. 
creticus, 311428, 311429. 
aff. dccumbens, 311427. 
frondosus, 310412, 314091, 316272. 
hispidus, 315555. 
omithopodioides, 310413. 
pedunculatus, 316273, 316274. 
tenuis, 316270, 316275. 
Luffa acntangula, 315581-315583. 
Lupine, bitter blue. See Lupinus 
angustifolius. 
European yellow. See L. luteus. 
South American. See L. 

mntabilis. 
white. See L. albus. 
Lupinus albus, 316276-316279, 
316610. 

angustifolius, 313091, 316280- 

316282. 
luteus, 316283-316288. 
mutabilis, 316289, 316290. 
pilosus, 315556. 
Luzula albida, 311076. 
Lycopersicon (hybrid) , 316636. 
cscidentum, 311109-311111, 

311115-311118, 312131, 312181- 
312191, 317892. 
cscidentum var. ccrasiforme, 

311279. 
pimpinellifolium, 312426. 
sp., 313943. 
Lycopus iiniflorus, 316056. 
Lysimachia clethroides, 316057. 

vulgaris var. davurica, 317244. 
Maackia fauriei, 317245. 
Madia sativa, 311748. 
Magnolia grandiflora, 310436. 
guatemalensis, 310336. 
UlipZora var. gracilis, 315895. 
sieboldii, 316709, 316710, 316971, 
316972. 



Magnolia, oyama. See Magnolia 

sieboldii. 
Maianthemi(?n dilatatum, 316619. 
Mains baccata, 316650, 316973, 
317367. 
micromalus, 316974. 
sieboldii, 316711. 
sylvestris, 312488-312489, 

312809-312811, 316362-316363, 
316482, 316495-316497. 
sp., 317246. 
Mangifera caesia, 317848. 
ivdica, 317849-317864. 
odorata, 317865. 
Mango. See Mangifera spp.* 

binjai. See M. caesia. 
Maple. See Acer spo.* 

Franchet. See A. franchetic. 
hooker. See A. hookeri. 
mono. See A. mono. 
three flower. See A. triflorum. 
Marigold, aztec. See Tagetes erecta. 
Mcconopsis napanlensis, 311302. 
panicidata, 311303. 
wallichii, 310348, 311304. 
Medic. See Mcdicago spp. :!: 
black. See M. lupulina. 
little. See M. minima. 
tifton. See M. rigidula. 
Medicaqo (hybrid) , 315456, 315485. 
cavcellata, 315457, 315458. 
corrulea, 312458, 314452, 314453, 
315459-315462, 315464-315466. 
falcata, 314092, 314576, 314579, 

314705-314707,315467-315480. 
hemicycla, 315481, 315716. 
littoralis, 315557, 316291, 316292. 
lupulina, 311430, 311431, 314265, 
314454, 314455, 314538, 314539, 
314577,314578,314708. 
minima, 314156, 314382, 314456. 
orbicularis, 311432-311446, 

312459, 312460, 314457, 314458, 
314540. 
polychroa, 315483. 
rigidula, 314459, 314460. 
sativa, 310337-310339, 311447- 
311463, 314157, 314266-314280, 
314384, 314461, 314580, 314709- 
314715, 315351, 315463, 315482, 
315558-315560,317453-317460, 
317531, 317548-317549. 
sativa var. glutinosa, 315484. 
truncatula, 315561. 
tnrbinata, 311464, 311465. 
sp., 314093, 314158, 314281, 

314282, 314283, 314383, 314462. 
Melampyrum setaceum, 317247. 
Melic. See Melica ciliata. 
Melica ciliata, 315866. 
taurica, 314463. 
sp., 314722. 
Melilotus altissimus, 317622. 



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Melilotus — Continued 
elegans, 317623. 
indica, 314992, 317624-317632. 
italica, 317634-317638. 
messanensis, 317639-317643. 
neapolitana, 315717, 317644, 

317645. 
officinalis, 314284-314291, 314385, 

314464-314465. 
polonica, 314386. 
segetalis, 317633, 317646-317649. 
speciosa, 317650-317652. 
suaveolens, 315718. 
sulcata, 317653-317661. 
taurica, 314094, 317662, 317663. 
wolgica, 314095, 317664-317672. 
sp., 314096, 314466, 314716- 
314721, 317461. 
Meliosma oldhamii, 317248. 
Metanarthecium luteoviride, 316058. 
Microcitrus australasica, 312865- 
312880. 
australis, 312881, 313546-313548. 
Milkvetch. See Astragalus spp.* 
Millet. See Pennisetum typhoides 
and Setaria sphacelata. 
pearl. See Pennisetum spicatum. 
Mimosa caesalpiniae folia, 311514. 
Miscanthus floridulus, 314965, 314966. 

sinensis, 316293. 
Mitchella undulata, 317249. 
Mockorange, Schrenk. See Phila- 

delphus schrenkii. 
Molinia caerulea, 311077. 
Momordica sp., 317250. 
Monardella odoratissima, 314890. 
Mountain-ash. See Sorbus spp.* 
Japanese. See S. commixta. 
Muscari racemosum, 314387. 
Muskmelon. See Cucumis melo. 
Mussaenda frondosa, 316925. 
pilosissima, 317621. 
samana, 316926. 
tristigmatica, 316927. 
Mustard, black. See Brassica nigra. 
Chinese. See B. juncea. 
white. See B. hirta. 
Myrciaria cauliflora, 317817. 
Nephelium lappaceum, 317866.. 
Nightshade. See Solanum verbasci- 

folium. 
Ninebark. See Physocarpus 

amurcnsis. 
Nolana prostrata, 312283. 
Notodanthonia setifolia, 312224. 
Nuts, quandong. See Eucarya 

acuminata. 
Nyssa sinensis, 313941. 
Oak, glandbearing. See Quercus 
glandulif era. 
Japanese evergreen. See Q. 

acuta. 
sawtooth. See Q. acutissima. 



Oats, animated. See Avena sterilis. 
common. See A. sativa. 
naked". See A. nuda. 
wild. See A. fatua. 
Oenothera rosea, 317034. 
Okra. See Hibiscus esculentus. 
Onobrychis altissima, 312906-312909, 
315083. 
antasiatica, 314541, 316294. 
arenaria, 312910-312930, 315084. 
argentea, 311466. 
biebersteinii, 312931, 312932. 
caput-galli, 312832. 
cyri, 312461, 314467, 314468. 
hajashana, 312933. 
iberica, 312934, 314931, 315085. 
inermis, 312935-312944. 
kachetica, 312462, 312463, 314469, 

314470. 
kemulariae, 312464. 
micrantha, 314161. 
oxyodonta, 312945. 
oxytropoides, 312465. 
petraea, 312946-312947, 316295. 
sintenisii, 314100. 
tanaitica, 312948-312972, 314542. 
transcaucasica, 312466, 312973- 
313044, 314097, 314098, 314543- 
314545. 
vassilczenkoi, 313045. 
viciifolia, 311467-311471, 313046- 

313066, 316296. 
zontsharovii, 314159. 
sp., 314099, 314160, 314171, 
314292. 
Ononis arvensis, 315086. 
Onosmodium molle, 312812. 
Operculina tuberosa, 317888. 
Orach, garden. See Atriplex 

hortensis. 
Orange, mandarin. See Citrus 
reticulata. 

sour. See C. aurantium. 
sweet. See C. sinensis. 
Ornithopus sativus, 315087. 
Oryza sativa, 311276-311278, 312513- 
312777, 313074-313078, 313558- 
313570, 315638-315652, 317316- 
317320, 317343, 317509-317530. 
Oryzopsis holciformis, 314101. 
virescens, 312467. 
sp., 314293-314299, 314723, 
314724. 
Paeonia japonica, 316604. 

tenuifolia, 314546. 
Panicum adspersum, 312890. 
antidotale, 314993, 315719, 

315720. 
coloratum, 315721, 316297, 

316457 
dichotomiflorum, 312891. 
maximum, 316298-316305, 
316458-316461. 



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Panicum — Continued 

virgatum, 315722-315725. 

virgatum var. cubense, 315726- 
315728 

sp., 314725, 317462. 
Papaver dubium, 314388. 

somniferum, 311749-311751. 
Parasoltree, Chinese. See Firmiana 

simplex. 
Parrotia persica, 312468. 
Parrotia, Persian. See Parrotia 

persica. 
Paspalum alcalinum, 312892. 

commersonii, 315562. 

conjugation, 312893. 

dilatatum, 312894, 315563, 
315729, 316306, 316729. 

Horidanum var. glabratum, 
315730. 

malacophyllum, 315731. 

notatum, 312895, 315732-315735. 

pauciciliatum, 316307. 

plicatulum, 312896, 316308- 
316311. 

plicatulum var. plicatulum, 
316312. 

quadrifarium, 316313. 

scrobiculatum, 316314. 

simplex, 312897. 

urvillei, 316315-316317. 

virgatum, 316318. 
Paspalum, brownseed. See Paspalum 
plicatulum. 

ribbed. See P. malacophyllum. 
Passiflora ligularis, 312132. 
Pea. See Pisum sativum. 
Peach. See Prunus persica. 
Peanut. See Arachis hypogaea. 
Pear. See Pyrus spp.* 

hondo. See P. ussuriensis var. 
hondoensis. 

late. See P. pyrifolia. 

willow-leaved. See P. salicifolia. 
Pearl everlasting. See Anaphalis 

margaritaceae. 
Peavine. See Lathyrus spp.* 

flat. See L. cicera. 

grass. See L. sativus. 

perennial. See L. latifolius. 
Peltaria angustifolia, 312833. 
Pennisetum (hybrid) , 317183. 

japonicum, 317251. 

macrourum, 315736. 

orientale, 314994, 315867, 316405. 

spicatum, 311272-311275. 

typhoides, 316657-316666. 

sp., 316421. 
Peony, fringed. See Paeonia tenui- 

folia. 
Pepper, black. See Piper nigrum. 
Perilla frutescens, 311752. 
Perilla, green. See Perilla 
frutescens. 



Pernettya mucronata, 315142, 315203. 

prostrata var. pentlandii, 315204. 

tasmanica, 315205. 
Pernettya, broadleaf . See 

Pernettya mucronata. 
Persea americana, 317867-317879. 

schiediana, 317880, 
Persimmon. See Diospyfos lotus. 

Kaki. See D. kaki. 
Phalaris (hybrid), 316321. 

aquatica, 311472, 311473, 314963, 
315602-315604, 316319, 316320, 
316322-316326. 

aquatica X P- arundinaceae, 
316327, 316328. 

arundinacea, 314102, 314581, 
314726-314728, 315486, 315487, 
316329-316331. 

coerulescens, 316332-316334. 

truncata, 316335-316337. 

tuberosa var. stenoptera, 316338. 
Phaseolus acutifolius, 310605, 310606, 
310800-310803, 313205. 

cf. acutifolius, 312133. 

adenanthus, 312898. 

angularis var. nipponensis, 
316644. 

angustifolius, 312122. 

cf. angustifolius, 312192. 

anisotrichus, 312123. 

cf. anisotrichus, 312193. 

atropurpureus, 311515, 312134, 
314995, 316339, 316462, 316463. 

aureus, 313206, 317463-317465. 

bracteatus, 312899. 

calcaratus, 311156, 311157. 

coccineus, 317550-317585. 

erythroloma, 312900. 

grandiflorus, 312194. 

lathyroides, 315737, 316464, 
316581. 

lunatus, 310620-310627, 311795, 
313207-313212, 314902. 

polystachyus, 311261. 

cf. stenolobus, 311151. 

vulgaris, 310450-310456, 310469- 
310470, 310511-310512, 310513- 
310604, 310607-310619, 310628- 
310799, 310804-310921, 311152, 
311158-311220, 311779, 311780- 
311785, 311786-311794, 311796- 
311893, 311894-312098, 312284- 
312344, 313213-313543, 313571- 
313902, 313940, 314729, 314903- 
314904, 315032, 316013-316032, 
316033, 316383, 316909-316912, 
317008-317029, 317586-317597. 
sp., 312121, 312195-312198, 
315033, 317349, 317350. 
Philadelphus schrenkii, 317252. 
Phleum paniculatum, 314389. 

phleoides, 314471, 315488. 

pratense, 311078-311083, 314300, 



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Phleum — Continued 
315489, 315490. 
sp., 314730. 
Photinia glabra, 315896. 
villosa, 316975, 317253. 
villosa var. laevis, 315897. 
Phyllodoce aleutica, 315206. 
caerulea, 317611. 
empetriformis, 317612. 
nipponica, 317613. 
Physocarpus amurensis, 310414. 
opulifolius, 310415. 
ribesifolius, 310416. 
stellatus, 310417. 
Phytolacca esculenta, 316651. 
Picea abies, 317834. 
koyamai, 317368. 
tianschanica, 314731. 
Pieris (hybrid), 315143. 

forrestii, 315207. 
Pigeon-pea. See Cajanus cajan. 
Pigeonwings, Asian. See Clitoria 

tematea. 
Pimento. See Capsicum annuum. 
Pine. See Pinus merkusii. 

benguet. See P. insularis. 
Japanese black. See P. 
thunbergii. 
red. See P. densiflora. 
white. See P. parviflora. 
Korean. See P. koraiensis. 
Pinus densiflora, 316976, 317254, 
317369. 
griffithii, 313082. 
insularis, 310457. 
koraiensis, 316977, 317255, 

317256, 317370. 
merkusii, 310458. 
parviflora, 317257. 
thunbergii, 317258. 
Piper nigrum, 316587. 
Pisum sativum, 311112, 311221, 
312135, 312136, 312199, 312200, 
314793-314803, 314905, 316586. 
Pittosporum tobira, 317259. 
Plantainlily. See Hosta sieboldiana 

var. hypophylla. 
Platycarya strobilacea, 317260. 

sp., 316652. 
Plum, common. See Prunus 

domestica. 
Poa angustifolia, 314390. 

araratica, 314307, 314311. 
bulbosa, 312469, 314162-314164, 
314172, 314173, 314301-314306, 
314391-314393, 314472, 314732, 
317468-317473. 
longifolia, 314103, 314932. 
nemoralis, 314933. 
cf . nevskii, 314308. 
pratensis, 311084-311087, 314582, 

314733. 
silvicola, 314174. 



Poa — Continued 

sterilis, 314313, 314635. 
sp., 314309, 314310, 314312, 

314314, 314315, 314583, 314734- 
314737. 
Podocarpus andina, 317835. 
Polygala sp., 314473. 
Polygonatum inflatum, 317262. 
Polygonum ellipticum, 317261. 

filiforme, 315898. 
Polypogon sp., 317466, 317467. 
Poppy, opium. See Papaver somni- 

ferum. 
Potato. See Solanum tuberosum. 
Potentilla fruticosa, 311305. 
fulgens, 310349, 311306. 
leuconata, 311307. 
mooniana, 311308. 
peduncularis, 311309. 
recta, 314474, 314475. 
sp., 314738. 
Primrose. See Primula geraniifolia 
and P. stuartii. 
sikkim. See P. sikkimensis. 
Primula geraniifolia, 311310. 
macrocalyx, 314547. 
modesta, 317263. 
petiolaris, 310350. 
reticulata, 311312. 
rotundifolia, 311313. 
sapphirina, 311314. 
sikkimensis, 311315. 
stuartii, 311316. 
sp., 311311, 316605, 317264. 
Prunus armeniaca, 312490, 314181, 

316368-316373, 316498-316501, 
316512-316524. 
avium, 311774-311777. 
cerasifera, 311778. 
domestica, 312491-312493, 316115, 

316525, 316529-316534. 
japonica var. nakaii, 316653. 
mahaleb, 315877-315878. 
padus, 316620, 317265. 
persica, 315879-315882, 316502- 

316505, 316526, 316527, 316639. 
spinosa, 314165. 

virginiana var. demissa, 314891. 
sp., 312799, 314166. 
Puccinellia capillaris, 311722, 312431, 

316340. 
Pueraria montana, 317896-317901. 
Pumpkin. See Cucurbita pepo. 
Punica granatum, 311755-311758, 

312218-312221, 314053. 
Pyracantha (hybrid) , 311095, 312483, 

312484, 315887. 
Pyrus amygdalif or mis var. persica, 
313926. 
asiae-mediae, 312142. 
calleryana var. fauriei, 317371. 
calleryana var. graciliflora, 
313928. 



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Pyrus — Continued 

caucasica, 313929. 

communis, 311714, 312494-312507. 

complexa, 313930. 

cossonii, 312354, 316552. 

elaeagrifolia var. kotschyana, 
312143. 

elata, 313931. 

medvedevii, 313932. 

nivalis, 312144, 312145, 313933. 

pyrifolia, 313934. 

regelii, 312146, 312147. 

salicifolia, 313936. 

salvifolia, 312148. 

X salvifolia, 316553. 

sinai, 312355. 

syriaca, 312149. 

ussuriensis, 312150-312152. 

ussuriensis var. hondoensis, 
313927, 313937. 

ussuriensis var. ovoidea, 313938. 

uyematsuana, 313939. 

sp., 312153-312157, 312508, 

312509, 313935, 315064, 316546- 
316551. 
Quamoclit coccinea, 315059. 

pennata, 312201. 
Quercus (hybrid) , 316981. 

acuta, 317181. 

acutissima, 317372. 

aliena, 317373, 317374. 

glandulifera, 316978, 317266, 
317375-317377. 

mongolica, 316979, 316980. 

variabilis, 317182. 
Quince. See Cydonia oblonga. 
Quinoa. See Chenopodium quinoa. 
Radish. See Raphanus sativus. 
Rambutan. See Nephelium 

lappaceum. 
Rape. See Brassica napus. 

summer turnip. See B. 
campestris. 

winter. See B. napus. 
Raphanus sativus, 311753, 311754. 
Raspberry, Andes. See Rubus 

glaucus. 
Redpepper. See Capsicum 

frutescens. 
Redtop. See Agrostis alba. 
Reseda luteola, 314476. 
Rhamnella franguloides, 317267. 
Rhamnus frangula, 313966. 

schneideri, 317268. 

utilis, 310419. 

sp., 310418. 
Rhododendron anthopogon, 311317. 

arboreum, 310351, 311318. 

barbatum, 310352, 311319. 

brachycarpum, 315034, 315035. 

brachycarpum var. rosaeflorum, 

campanulatum, 311321. 
316982, 316983. 



Phododendron — Continued 

cinnabarinum, 310353. 

degronianum, 315036. 

dauricum var. mucronulatum, 
317379. 

falconeri, 310354, 311322. 

grande, 310355, 311323. 

hodgsonii, 311324. 

japonicum, 315037. 

keiskei, 315038. 

kuisianum, 315039. 

lanatum, 311325. 

lepidotum, 311326. 

litiense, 313083. 

makinoi, 315040-315042. 

metternichii, 315043. 

mucronulatum, 317269, 317378. 

mucronulatum var. ciliatum, 
317270, 317271. 

planetum, 313084. 

schlippenbachii, 316984, 317380. 

setosum, 310356. 

triflorum, 311327. 

weyrichii, 317273. 

wightii, 311328. 

yakusimanum, 315044-315045. 

yedoense var. poukhanense, 
317272. 

sp., 311320. 
Rhododendron, Fujiyama. See 

Rhododendron brachycarpum. 

Korean. See R. dauricum var. 
mucronulatum. 

leatherleaf . See R. metternichii. 

tree. See R. arboreum. 
Rhodothamnus chamaecistus, 312432. 
Rhus trichocarpa, 316059. 
Rhynchosia chrysadenia, 317902. 

flavissima, 317903. 

minima, 316627. 

phaseoloides, 316039. 
Rice. See Oryza sativa. 
Ricinus communis, 311281. 
Robinia pseudoacacia, 314167. 
Rodgersia podophylla, 317274. 
Roegneria drobovii, 310420. 

intemipta, 310421. 

schugnanica, 310422. 
Rosa acicularis var. gmelinii, 317275. 

canina, 312358, 314316. 

ecae, 315869. 

fortuneana, 316528. 

helenae, 315870. 

maximowicziana, 317381. 

micrantha, 315871. 

roxburghii, 315872. 

rubrifolia, 315873. 

wichuraiana, 317276. 

sp., 314317, 314477, 314739. 
Rose. See Rosa micrantha. 

dog. See R. canina. 

eca. See R. ecae. 

Helen. See R. helenae. 



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Rosemallow, common. See Hibiscus 
moscheutos. 
cotton. See H. mutabilis. 
scarlet. See H. coccineus. 
Rubus (hybrid), 312162. 
geoidcs, 312158. 
glaucus, 316930. 

henry i var. bambusarum, 312159. 
idaeus var. strigosus, 312160, 

312161. 
takesimensis, 316630. 
triphyllus, 316654, 317277. 
sp., 314975, 314976. 
Rumex sp., 314318. 
Russian-olive. See Eleagnus 

angusti folia. 
Rye. See Secale cereale. 
Sacchamm (hybrid), 311091-311094, 
312241-312270, 312363-312425, 
312800-312808, 312856-312863, 
313068-313073, 314772-314776, 
314829-314835, 314961, 314977- 
314979, 315752-315755, 316374- 
316382, 316384-316392, 316403, 
316730-316759, 316993-317000, 
317001-317004, 317184, 317388, 
317618-317620. 
ofjicinarum, 314967. 
spontaneum, 314777-314781. 
Safflower. See Carthamus tinctorius. 
Sainfoin. See Onobrychis viciifolia. 
St.-Johns-wort. See Hypericum 
erectum. 
giant. See H. ascyron. 
Hookers. See H. hookcrianum. 
Salix X doniana, 312356. 

sp., 312236, 312237. 
Saltbush. See Atriplex nummularis. 
Australian. See A. semibaccata. 
Sambucus nigra, 314807, 314808. 

nigra f. laciniata, 314810, 314811. 
racemosa, 314809. 
williamsii, 316631. 
sp., 316637, 316638. 
Sandbur. See Cenchrus setigerus. 
Sanguisorba minor, 310423, 314104, 
314319-314327, 314394, 314478- 
314480, 314548-314550, 315495, 
315874. 
officinalis, 312470, 316060. 
Satinpoppy. See Meconopsis 

wallichii. 
Saussurea candicans, 312819. 
Scabiosa mansenensis, 317278. 

sp., 312834, 314481. 
Schisandra chinensis, 316606, 316712. 

grandiflora, 312106. 
Schlechtendalia luzulae folia, 312839. 
Scorpiontail. See Scorpiurus sulcata. 
Scorpiurus sulcata, 315738. 
Scutellaria strigillosa, 317279. 
Secale cereale, 314964, 315957-315962. 
Sedge. See Car ex spp.* 



Sedum bulbiferum, 316367. 
Senna. See Cassia spp.* 
Serradella. See Ornithopus sativus. 
Sesame. See Sesamum indicum. 
Sesamum indicum, 311113, 311114, 

314996-314998, 317382, 317383. 
Sesbania exasperata, 311516. 
Sesleria heufleriana, 314105. 

sp., 314740. 
Setaria australiensis, 316341. 
chevalieri, 314901. 
geniculata, 316422. 
italica, 314741. 
italica ssp. maxima, 315088- 

315090. 
longiseta, 315885. 
queenslandica, 316342. 
sphacelata, 314856-314878, 

315739-315741, 316343, 316406, 
316465-316468. 
sphacelata var. stolonifera, 

314879-314884. 
sp., 316469, 316470. 
Shadblow, European. See 

Amelanchier rotundifolia. 
Sideritis incana, 312827. 
Sigesbeckia glabrescens, 312844. 
Silvervine. See Actinidia polygama. 
Sisymbrium alliaria, 312820. 
Sitanion sp., 314168. 
Smilacina japonica, 317280, 317281. 
Smilax china, 315899, 316985. 
Snowball, fragrant. See Sty rax 
obassia. 
Japanese. See S. japonica. 
Solanum acaule, 310923, 310924, 
310970. 
acaule var. albicans, 310986, 

310987. 
ambosinum, 310948. 
berthaultii, 310925-310927, 

310971-310973. 
boliviense, 310928, 310974, 

310975. 
brevicaule, 310929, 310930, 

310982. 
brevifolhim, 310968. 
bulbocastanum, 310960. 
cajamarcense, 310988. 
canasense, 310937-310941. 
capsicastrum, 312107. 
caripense, 310969. 
chiquidennm, 310942, 310989. 
chomatophilum, 310943, 310990, 

310991. 
colombianum, 310983. 
dcmissum, 310961, 310962. 
infundibuli forme, 310976. 
jalcae, 310992. 
khasianum, 312108. 
leptophyes, 310931, 310932, 

310985. 
lignicaule, 310993. 



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Solanum — Continued 

lobbianum f. multidissectum, 
310995. 

macrodon, 312109. 

marinasense, 310944-310947. 

medians, 310994. 

megistacrolobum, 310977, 310978. 

microdontum, 310979. 

nigrum, 312110. 

ochranthum, 310996. 

phureja, 310489-310493. 

piurae, 310997. 

polyadenium, 310963. 

raphanifolium, 310949-310954, 
310998, 310999. 

soukupii, 310955, 310956. 

sparsipilum, 310933, 310957- 
310959, 310984, 311000, 311001. 

stoloniferum, 310964, 310980. 

tarijense, 310934, 310981. 

toralapanum, 310935. 

tuberosum, 310467, 310468, 

310965, 312359-312362, 314126, 
314127, 315144-315146, 316483- 
316494, 316589-316594. 

tuquerrense, 311002. 

ureyi, 310936. 

verbascifolium, 312111. 

verrucosum, 310966, 310967. 
Solidago virgaurea, 316061. 
Sophora flavescens, 317282. 

sp., 314742. 
Sorbus alni folia, 316986, 317384. 

amurensis, 317283. 

commixta, 316987, 317284. 

scopulina, 314892. 

torminalis, 312471. 

umbellata var. cretica, 312472. 

sp., 314328. 
Sorghastrum nutans, 315742-315747. 
Sorghum bicolor, 314743, 314999- 
315001 315337-315339. 

sp., 311521. 
Soybean. See Glycine max. 
Spergula arvensis, 311284. 
Spinifex hirsutus, 316344. 
Spiraea X bumalda, 310424. 

cantoniensis, 310425. 

fritschiana, 317285, 317286. 

X pikoviensis, 310426. 

pubescens, 317287. 

salicifolia, 317288. 
Spirea, reeves. See Spiraea 
cantoniensis. 

willowleaf. See S. salicifolia. 
Sporobolus indicus, 310427. 

tenacissimus, 310428. 
Spruce. See Picea koyaniai. 

Norway. See P. abics. 
Spurry. See Spergula arvensis. 
Squash. See Cucurbita maxima. 
Staphylca bumalda, 316713, 317289. 



Starglory, scarlet. See Quamoclit 

cantoniensis. 
Stellaria graminea, 311088. 
Stenachaenium campestre, 312840. 

macrocephalum, 312841. 
Stewartia koreana, 317385. 
Stipa capillata, 314106, 314107, 
314329, 314744-314750. 

dasyphylla, 314108. 

joannis, 314109. 

kirghisorum, 310429. 

neesiana, 311713. 

pennata, 314110, 314111. 

pennata var. lessingiana, 314112- 
314113, 314395, 314482. 

tenacissima, 315875. 

ucrainica, 314114, 314396. 

sp., 310430, 314115, 314330- 
314334, 314483, 314751-314753, 
317474. 
Stizolobium aterrimum, 311517. 

sp., 315002. 
Strawberry. See Frag aria (hybrid). 

European. See F. vesca. 

hautbois. See F. moschata. 
Strawberry tree. See Arbutus unedo. 
Streptopus ajanensis, 317290. 

streptopoides, 316607. 
Stylomecon sp., 311329. 
Stylosanthes fruticosa, 316582. 

gracilis, 311267, 316040, 316345, 
316583, 316584, 317344. 
Styrax japonica, 316988. 

obassia, 316989. 
Sugarcane. See Saccharum spp. :: 
Sulla. See Hedysarum coronarium. 
Sumac. See Rhus trichocarpa. 
Sundrops, rose. See Oenothera rosea. 
Sunflower. See Helianthus annuus. 
Sunn-hemp. See Crotalaria juncea. 
Sweetclover. See Melilotus spp.* 

annual yellow. See M. indica. 

yellow. See M. officinalis. 
Sweetpotato. See Ipomoea batatas. 
Sweetvetch. See Hedysarum spp.* 
Symphoricarpos sp., 314335. 
Symplocos paniculata, 316714. 

prunifolia, 316655. 
Syringa amurensis, 316990, 316991. 

palabiniana, 317291, 317292. 

velutina, 317293. 
Tacca integrifolia, 314812. 
Taeniatherum crinitum, 314754, 
317475, 317476. 

sp., 314336, 317477. 
Tagasaste. See Cytisus proliferus. 
Tagetes erecta, 316078. 

subulata, 316079. 
Tamarix aphylla, 316670. 
Tao, yang. See Actinidia chinensis. 
Taraxacum kok-saghyz, 314337. 
Tarweed. See Madia sativa. 
Taxus caespitosa, 317294. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



Tea. See Camellia sinensis. 
Teosinte. See Euchlaena mexicana. 
Teramnus uncinatus, 311518, 316041, 
316585. 
volubilis, 316042, 316346. 
Terminalia chebula, 312112. 
Tetragonolobus siliquosus, 310431, 

311474, 315748. 
Thalictrum tuberosum, 317295. 
Theobroma cacao, 315215-315336. 
Thespesia lampas, 315214. 
Thistle, blessed. See Cnicus 

benedictus. 
Thuja koraiensis, 317296-317297. 
occidentalis, 317836. 
plicata, 317837-317838. 
Tilia dasystyla, 312474. 
insularis, 317298. 
mandshurica, 317299. 
miqueliana, 316715. 
ovalis, 317300. 
taquetii, 316716. 
Timothy See Phleum spp.* 
Tobira. See Pittosporum tobira. 
Tomato. See Lycopersicon spp.* 
currant. See L. pimpinelli- 
folium. 
Torreya nucifera, 317301. 
Toumefortia sp., 314182. 
Towelgourd, Sinkwa. See Luff a 

acutangula. 
Tragopogon pusillus, 312475. 
Tree-of -heaven. See Ailanthus 

altissima. 
Tree-tomato. See Cyphomandra 

betacea. 
Trefoil. See Lotus spp.* 

big. See L. pedunculatus. 
birdsfoot. See L. comiculatus. 
Trichosanthes sp., 317386. 
Tri folium alpestre, 312476, 314116, 
314551,314934. 
ambiguum, 314484, 314552- 

314554. 
apertum, 314117. 
campestre, 312477, 314485. 
canescens, 312478, 315092. 
cherleri, 311475-311481. 
echinatum, 312479. 
fragiferum, 314118, 314755, 

314935, 315496, 315564, 316347. 
hirtum, 311482-311487, 315565- 

315566. 
hybridum, 314119, 315497-315503, 

316348, 316349. 
incarnatum, 316350, 316351. 
medium, 316415, 317338-317341. 
montanum, 314120. 
neglectum, 314486, 316352, 

316353. 
pannonicum, 313967, 314121. 
parviflorum, 314397. 
pratense, 310459-310465, 311488- 



Tri folium — Continued 

311489, 311491-311492, 313968, 
314338-314341, 314487, 314555- 
314556, 314584-314587, 314756- 
314761, 314840-314843, 314937, 
315093, 315504-315540, 315567. 
repens, 311490, 311493-311495, 
314122, 314342-314346, 314588- 
314589, 314762-314765, 314936, 
315541-315544, 315568, 317478. 
resupinatum, 316354, 316355, 

316423. 
resupinatum var. suaveolens, 

316356, 316357. 
rubens, 314123, 315094. 
scabrum, 314488. 
spadiceum, 314557. 
squarrosum, 316358. 
subterraneum, 311496-311499, 

315569-315571. 
tumens, 314489. 
vesiculosum, 316359. 
sp., 314347, 314490-314493, 

314590, 314591, 314938, 317479- 
317484. 
Trigonella caerulescens, 314398. 
monspeliaca, 312480. 
spicata, 314494-314497. 
Trillium tschonoskii, 316410. 
Tripsacum australe, 314129-314136. 
laxum, 314819, 314908. 
sp., 313958, 313959, 314820- 
314828. 
Tripterospermum japonicum, 317302. 
Tripterygium regelii, 316062. 
Trisetum flavescens, 311089. 
rigidum, 314498. 
sp., 311090. 
Triticum (hybrid) , 316906-316908. 
aegilopoides, 315862. 
aestivum, 312113-312117, 313092- 
313095, 313096, 313098, 313100- 
313109, 313914, 313915, 314909- 
314926, 314940-314959, 314971, 
314972, 315835-315851, 315963- 
316011, 316424-316440, 317005- 
317007, 317485-317489, 317689- 
317693. 
compactum, 317490. 
dicoccoides, 316905. 
dicoccum, 310471. 
durum, 316012, 316080-316096, 

316903, 316904. 
polonicum, 317491-317495. 
sp., 314558, 317496. 
Tulipa biebersteiniana, 314399-314400. 
schrenkii, 314401. 
sp., 314348. 
Ulmus (hybrid), 313984, 313985. 
americana, 313549. 
carpinifolia, 313550, 313981. 
hollandica, 313551, 313982, 
313983. 



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321 



Ulmus — Continued 

pumila, 310432. 

(Undetermined), 311153, 311154, 

313944, 314351-314353, 314405, 

314505-314507, 314768-314771, 

314786-314788, 314885, 314939, 

317314, 317387, 317502-317504. 

Urena lobata, 311098, 311099. 

Urochloa mosambicensis, 314886. 

panicoides, 316360. 
Vaccinium cylindraceum, 317614. 

japonicum, 317303. 

koreanum, 316608, 316621, 316622, 
316717. 

moupinense, 317615. 

nummularia, 317616. 

oldhamii, 317304. 

retusum, 310357, 317617. 

serratum, 310358. 
Velvetbean. See Stizolobium ater- 

rimum. 
Veronia anthelmintica, 310437, 311520. 

hymenolepis, 312850. 

kotschyana, 312851. 

pauciflora, 312852. 

sp., 312853, 313117. 
Vetch. See Vicia spp.** 

bitter. See V. ervilia. 

cow. See V. cracca. 

hairy. See V. villosa. 

purple. See V. benghalensis. 

wollypod. See V. dasycarpa. 
Viburnum (hybrid) , 315888, 315889, 
316675, 316676, 317839. 

awabukii, 317305. 

burejaeticum, 310433. 

coriaceum, 311330. 

dilatatum, 315900, 316677, 316678, 
316718. 

erosum, 316656, 317306. 

erosum var. taquetii, 317307. 

erubescens, 311331. 

fragrans var. nanus, 317840. 

koreanum, 317308. 

lantana, 316679. 

rhytidophyllum, 310434. 

sargentii, 316609, 316680, 316681. 

sieboldii, 316682. 

stellulatum, 311332. 

wrightii, 317309. 
Viburnum. See Viburnum (hybrid). 

leatherrleaf . See V. rhytidophyl- 
lum. 

linden. See V. dilatatum. 

manchurian. See V. burejaeti- 
cum. 

siebold. See V. sieboldii. 

wrightii. See V. wrightii. 
Vicia acutifolia, 316683. 

angustifolia, 314499, 314500, 
314592. 

benghalensis, 315572, 315573. 

cracca, 314350, 314559. 



Vicia — Continued 

dasycarpa, 315574, 316361. 

ervilia, 313556, 314501, 317497, 
317498. 

faba, 317499, 317500. 

faba var. equina, 313552. 

faba var. minor, 313553. 

floridana, 316684. 

graminea, 312901. 

hirsuta, 314402. 

hybrida, 312884. 

leavenworthii, 316686. 

ludoviciana, 316687. 

lutea, 313554. 

michauxii, 314260. 

narbonensis, 314503. 

ocalensis, 316685. 

pannonica, 313557, 314560. 

peregrina, 314155, 314502, 317185. 

pisiformis, 314124, 314887. 

sativa, 312482, 313555, 314504, 
315575. 

sylvatica, 314888. 

tenuifolia, 314125. 

tetrasperma, 312481, 314403, 
314561. 

venosissima, 317310. 

villosa, 314404. 

sp., 314349, 314766, 314767, 
314889, 317501. 
Vigna sinensis, 311119, 311120, 311125, 

311222-311228, 312137-312140, 

312202-312211, 313544, 313545, 

314906, 315749, 315750. 
Vine, balloon. See Cardiospermum 

halicacabum. 
Viola sp., 317311. 
Vitex rotundifolia, 317312. 
Vitis amurensis, 316719. 

flexuosa, 317313. 

vinifera, 310442-310449, 312212- 
312217, 312435, 312485-312487, 
312797, 312798, 316535. 

sp., 313916-313925, 317841. 
Walnut, manchee. See Juglans 

mandshurica. 
Watermelon. See Citrullus lanatus. 
Wattle, Sydney. See Acacia longi- 

folia. 
Wayfaring-tree. See Viburnum 

lantana. 
Weigela florida, 316992. 
Wheat. See Triticum spp.* 

club. See T. compactum. 

durum. See T. durum. 

polish. See T. polonicum. 
Wildrye. See Elymus spp.* 

Russian. See E. junceus. 

Siberian. See E. giganteus. 
Winterfat. See Eurotia spp.* 
Woad waxen. See Genista tinctoria. 
Wood-lilly. See Trillium tschonoskii. 
Xeranthemum annuum, 312835. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 174 



Yang tao. See Actinidia chinensis. 
Zanthoxylum schinifolium, 315901. 
Zea mays, 311229-311255, 314844, 
314962, 315003-315006, $16063- 
316077, 317325-317331, 317673- 
317684. 
Zelkova car pini folia, 312238. 
serrata, 312239. 
sinica, 312357. 



Zelkova — Continued 

verschaffeltii, 312240. 
Zelkova, elmleaf . See Zelkova 

carpinifolia. 
Zingiber officinalis, 317186. 
Zinnia angustifolia, 314813. 

linearis, 314814. 

peruviana, 314815. 

primula, 314816. 

sp., 317889. 



•ft U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1969 O 326-329 



Plant Inventory No. iyj 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
Washington, D.C., July 1969 




PLANT MATERIAL INTRODUCED JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 
(NOS. 317904 TO 324307) 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Inventory 3 

Index of common and scientific names 248 



This inventory, No. 175, lists the plant material (Nos. 317904 to 
324307) received by the New Crops Research Branch, Crops Re- 
search Division, Agricultural Research Service, during the period 
from January 1 to December 31, 1967. The inventory is a historical 
record of plant material introduced for Department and other 
specialists and is not to be considered as a list of plant material for 
distribution. 

The species names used are those under which the plant material 
was received. These have been corrected only for spelling, authori- 
ties, and obvious synonymy. Questions related to the names pub- 
lished in the inventory and obvious errors should be directed to 
the author. If misidentification is apparent, please submit an 
herbarium specimen with flowers and fruit for reidentification. 



Howard L. Hyland 
Botanist 



Plant Industry Station 
Beltsville, Md. 



INVENTORY 

317904. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane. 

From Brazil. Cuttings presented by Escola Superior de Agricultura 'Luiz de 
Queiroz', Piracicaba, Sao Paulo. Received Sept. 19, 1966. Numbered 
Jan. 6, 1967. 

CB 36-14. 

317905 and 317906. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Num- 
bered Jan. 6, 1967. 

317905. ViciA disperma DC. Leguminosae. 
C.P.I. 1074. 

317906. Vicia pannonica Crantz 
C.P.I. 22901. 

317907. Clematis viticella L. Ranunculaceae. 

Italian clematis. 

From Great Britain. Plants presented by Fisk's Clematis Nursery, Westle- 
ton, Saxmundham, Suffolk. Numbered Jan. 6, 1967. 

'Venosa violaceae'. 

317908 to 317918. 

From the United States. Seeds grown at College of Tropical Agriculture, 
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. Original sources as indicated. 
Numbered Jan. 6, 1967. 

317908 to 317913. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

317908. UH 83. Pulu Sankit Island, Indonesia. Shrub to 10 feet, free 
seeding. 

317909. UH 84. Near Lautoka, Fiji. Common shrub to 8 feet, free 
seeding. 

317910. UH 85. 'Lopa'. Experiment Farm 15 miles from Pago Pago, 
Samoa. Widely distributed; free-seeding shrub. 

317911. UH 86. Near Papeete, Tahiti. Free-seeding shrub, common 
below 1,000 feet elevation. 

317912. UH 91. Twenty miles south of Calabozo, Venezuela. 

317913. UH 92. Near Belem, Brazil. 

317914. Leucaena trichodes (Jacq.) Benth. 

UH 90. Large leaves similar to L. lanceolat a. 2n=52. 

317915. Leucaena sp. 

UH 93. Asanite Bay, Guam. Small seeded, low-growing type, resembles 
L. leucocephala. 

317916. Leucaena sp. 

UH 103. Synthetic derived from F 2 of P.I. 286223. L. palverulenta X 
L. leucocephala (P.I. 288000). Chromosome number of synthetic range 
from 60 to 90. 

Fi hybrid 2n=80. 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



317908 to 317918— Continued 

317917. Leucaena sp. 

UH 107. Cacao plantation at N'Kolbisson about 8 km. west of Yaounde, 
Cameroun. Elevation 600 meters. Tall shade plant to 6 meters, very small 
seed. 

317918. Leucaena sp. 

UH 108. Melen, about 3 km. southwest of Yaounde, Cameroun. Plant to 
4 meters; pods 5 cm; seeds resemble L. leucocephala. 

317919 to 318400. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem, under Public Law 480 Project A10-CR-20. Num- 
bered Jan. 9, 1967. 

317919 to 317959. Avena barbata Brot. Gramineae. Slender oats. 

Antipatris, central coastal plain. 



317919. 7-215-2-31. 






317920. 7-215-2-35. 






317921. 7-215-2-37. 






Haruvit. 






317922. 7-278-11-31. 






Maravi'im. 






317923. 7-320-7-37. 






317924. 7-320-7-39. 






317925. 7-320-7-40. 






Migdal Af eq, Judean foothills. 






317926. 7-217-3-31. 






317927. 7-217-3-32. 






317928. 7-217-3-34. 






Nahariyya, coast of Galilee. 






317929. 7-24-3-31. 


317933. 


7_24-3-36. 


317930. 7-24-3-32. 


317934. 


7_24-8-34. 


317931. 7-24-3-33. 


317935. 


7_24-8-37. 


317932. 7-24-3-34. 






Sede Zevi, northern Negev. 






317936. 7-378-3-33. 


317939. 


7_378-3-36. 


317937. 7-378-3-34. 


317940. 


7-378-3-38. 


317938. 7-378-3-35. 






Shave Zion, coast of Galilee. 






317941. 7-37-1-31. 


317944. 


7_37_1_34. 


317942. 7-37-1-32. 


317945. 


7_37_1_35. 


317943. 7-37-1-33. 


317946. 


7_37_1_36. 


Tal Shahar, Judean foothills. 






317947. 7-261-4-32. 






Yishi, Judean foothills. 






317948. 7-281-7-31. 


317950. 


7_281-7-33. 


317949. 7-281-7-32. 


317951. 


7_281-7-36. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317919 to 317959— Continued 

317952. 7-281-7-37. 

317953. 7-281-10-31. 

317954. 7-281-10-32. 

317955. 7-281-10-33. 

317960 to 318400. Avena sterilis L. 
Ammiqam, plateau of Menashe, 

317960. 6-1677-1. 

317961. 6-1676-2. 

317962. 6-1676-4. 

317963. 6-1676-5. 

317964. 6-1676-21. 
Ashqelon, southern coastal plain. 

317969. 6-1-1524-1. 
Barqay, Samarian foothills. 

317970. 6-2136-1. 

317971. 6-2136-2. 

317972. 6-2136-3. 

Bat Shelomi, plateau of Menashe. 

317975. 6-2133-1. 

317976. 6-2133-3. 

317977. 6-2133-4. 

317978. 6-2133-5. 
Beerotayim, central coastal plain. 

317982. 6-272-4-1-21-1. 

317983. 6-272-4-1-21-6. 

317984. 6-272-4-36. 

317985. 6-272-4-40. 

317986. 6-938-1. 

Bet Leham Hagelilit, lower Galilee. 

317992. 6-112-1-4-7. 

317993. 6-112-1-5-1. 

317994. 6-112-1-15-6. 

317995. 6-112-1-51. 

Bet Nehemya, Judean foothills. 

318000. 6-1942-1. 
Binyamina, coast of Carmel. 

318001. 6-1667-21. 

318002. 6-2137-1. 

Carmel Nesher, Mount Carmel. 

318003. D136-6-9. 

318004. D136-33-9. 



317956. 7-281-10-34. 

317957. 7-281-10-35. 

317958. 7-281-10-36. 

317959. 7-281-10-39. 

Animated oats. 

317965. 6-1676-22. 

317966. 6-1676-23. 

317967. 6-1676-25. 

317968. 6-1676-26. 



317973. 6-2136-6. 

317974. 6-2140-4. 



317979. 6-2133-7. 

317980. 6-2133-9. 

317981. 6-2133-10. 



317987. 6-1730-1. 

317988. 6-1723-21. 

317989. 6-1723-23. 

317990. D204-21. 

317991. D204-23. 

317996. 6-112-1-52. 

317997. 6-112-1-53. 

317998. 6-112-1-54. 

317999. 6-112-1-55. 



318005. 
318006. 



D136-35-8. 
D143-23-8. 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



317919 to 318400— Continued 






317960 to 318400— Continued 






318007. 


D136-6-8. 


318013. 


D136-22-6. 


318008. 


D136-11-7. 


318014. 


D136-24-1. 


318009. 


D 136-22-2. 


318015. 


D136-31-1. 


318010. 


D136-22-5. 


318016. 


D136-31-2. 


318011. 


D136-33-6. 


318017. 


D136-33-1. 


318012. 


D136-11-1. 


318018. 


D136-33-2. 


Damon, 


Mount Carmel. 






318019. 


6-1717-2. 






318020. 


6-1717-3. 






Eilaboon, lower Galilee. 






318021. 


D40-4-8. 


318030. 


D40-22-6. 


318022. 


D40-4-9. 


318031. 


D40-22-9. 


318023. 


D40-4-10. 


318032. 


D40-22-10. 


318024. 


D40-13-10. 


318033. 


D40-31-6. 


318025. 


D40-13-12. 


318034. 


D40-32-10 


318026. 


D40-13-13. 


318935. 


D40-33-9. 


318027. 


D40-15-19. 


318036. 


D40-35-8. 


318028. 


D40-21-7. 


318037. 


6-2122-3. 


318029. 


D40-21-9. 






Elyaqim 


, plateau of Menashe. 






318038. 


6-1735-1. 






Emunin 


i, southern coastal plain. 






318039. 


6-1463-21. 






En Dor, 


eastern lower Galilee. 






318040. 


D143-6-6. 


318042. 


D143-23-7 


318041. 


D143-23-6. 


318043. 


D143-32-8 


En HaShofet, plateau of Menashe. 






318044. 


6-1014-12. 


318058. 


6-1763-20. 


318045. 


6-1015-11. 


318059. 


6-1763-21. 


318046. 


6-1018-13. 


318060. 


6-1764-2. 


318047. 


6-1019-2. 


318061. 


6-1764-3. 


318048. 


6-1022-11. 


318062. 


6-1766-2. 


318049. 


6-1023-11. 


318063. 


6-1767-1. 


318050. 


6-1024-13. 


318064. 


6-1767-2. 


318051. 


6-1026-11. 


318065. 


6-1767-3. 


318052. 


6-1026-13. 


318066. 


6-1768-1. 


318053. 


6-1028-16. 


318067. 


6-1772-13. 


318054. 


6-1762-6. 


318068. 


6-1772-15. 


318055. 


6-1762-7. 


318069. 


6-1773-14. 


318056. 


6-1762-8. 


318070. 


6-1773-18. 


318057. 


6-1763-18. 


318071. 


6-1843-1. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317960 to 318400— Continued 

318072. 6-1843-3. 

318073. 6-1844-3. 

318074. 6-1845-19. 

318075. 6-1845-20. 

318076. 6-1845-21. 

318077. 6-1847-2. 

318078. 6-1847-3. 

318079. 6-1847-12. 

318080. 6-1850-11. 

318081. 6-1850-16. 

Even Yizhaq, plateau of Menashe. 

318091. 6-1737-1. 

318092. 6-1737-3. 

318093. 6-1738-1. 
Ginnosar, Sea of Galilee. 

318096. 6-89-3-37. 

318097. 6-89-3-38. 

Giv'at Hamore, eastern lower Galilee. 

318100. 6-1159-1. 

Giv'at Hayyim, central coastal plain. 

318101. 6-257-1-4-1. 

318102. 6-257-1-6-8. 

318103. 6-257-1-14-1. 

318104. 6-257-1-21-1. 

318105. 6-257-1-21-2. 

318106. 6-257-1-21-7. 

318107. 6-257-1-21-8. 

318108. 6-257-1-23-6. 

318109. 6-257-1-23-8. 

318110. 6-257-1-31-1. 

318111. 6-257-1-32-1. 

318112. 6-257-1-31-7. 

318113. 6-257-1-32-2. 

318114. 6-257-1-34-1. 

318115. 6-257-1-35-6. 

318116. 6-257-1-36. 
Hadera, central coastal plain. 

318132. Dll(70)-20-l. 

318133. 6-1683-1. 

318134. 6-1683-21. 



318082. 


6-1852-1. 


318083. 


6-1852-2. 


318084. 


6-1852-12. 


318085. 


6-1854-2. 


318086. 


6-1854-3. 


318087. 


6-1856-11 


318088. 


6-1864-1. 


318089. 


6-1869-1. 


318090. 


6-1869-2. 



318094. 6-1744-1. 

318095. 6-1744-3. 



318098. 
318099. 



6-89-3-42. 
6-89-3-43. 



318117. 


6-257-1-37. 


318118. 


6-257-1-39. 


318119. 


6-257-17-22-7. 


318120. 


6-1718-1. 


318121. 


6-1718-2. 


318122. 


6-1718-3. 


318123. 


6-1718-4. 


318124. 


6-1718-6. 


318125. 


6-1718-23. 


318126. 


6-1718-24. 


318127. 


6-1718-27. 


318128. 


6-1718-29. 


318129. 


6-1718-30. 


318130. 


6-1718-31. 


318131. 


6-1718-34. 



318135. 6-1683-23. 

318136. 6-1683-24. 

318137. 6-1683-25. 



8 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317960 to 318400— Continued 

HaHoterium, coast of Carmel. 



318138. 


6-105-5-1-1. 


318161. 


6-105-5-5-8. 


318139. 


6-105-5-1-2. 


318162. 


6-105-5-5-9. 


318140. 


6-105-5-1-7. 


318163. 


6-105-5-6-1. 


318141. 


6-105-5-1-9. 


318164. 


6-105-5-6-2. 


318142. 


6-105-5-2-1. 


318165. 


6-105-5-6-6. 


318143. 


6-105-5-2-3. 


318166. 


6-105-5-11-7. 


318144. 


6-105-5-2-7. 


318167. 


6-105-5-13-6. 


318145. 


6-105-5-3-1. 


318168. 


6-105-5-13-9. 


318146. 


6-105-5-3-2. 


318169. 


6-105-5-15-1. 


318147. 


6-105-5-3-3. 


318170. 


6-105-5-15-6. 


318148. 


6-105-5-4-1. 


318171. 


6-105-5-15-7. 


318149. 


6-105-5-4-8. 


318172. 


6-105-5-17-8. 


318150. 


6-105-5-4-21-7. 


318173. 


6-105-5-17-10. 


318151. 


6-105-5-4a-21-9. 


318174. 


6-105-5-21-1. 


318152. 


6_105-5-4a-25-l. 


318175. 


6-105-5-24-1. 


318153. 


6-105-5-4-25-6. 


318176. 


6-105-5-34-6. 


318154. 


6-105-5-4-25-7. 


318177. 


6-105-5-35-8. 


318155. 


6-105-5-4-25-8. 


318178. 


6-105-5-35-9. 


318156. 


6-105-5-4-25-9. 


318179. 


6-105-5-23-7. 


318157. 


6-105-5-5-1. 


318180. 


6-105-5-23-8. 


318158. 


6-105-5-5-2. 


318181. 


6-105-5-50. 


318159. 


6-105-5-5-3. 


318182. 


6-1691-1. 


318160. 


6-105-5-5-7. 






Haifa, Haifa Bay. 






318183. 


6-1694-1. 


318185. 


6-1922-22. 


318184. 


6-1694-3. 


318186. 


6-1922-23. 


Hazav, i 


southern coastal plain. 






318187. 


6-1469-21. 






Holot Yavne, central coastal plain. 






318188. 


D40-41. 


318198. 


6-313-5-3-7. 


318189. 


D40-42. 


318199. 


6-313-5-3-8. 


318190. 


D40-43. 


318200. 


6-313-5-3-32-6 


318191. 


D40-44. 


318201. 


6-313-5-7-6. 


318192. 


D40-45. 


318202. 


6-313-5-7-7. 


318193. 


D40-47. 


318203. 


6-313-5-23-8. 


318194. 


D136-22-3. 


318204. 


6-313-5-38. 


318195. 


6-257-1-32-3. 


318205. 


6-313-5-39. 


318196. 


6-313-5-2-6. 


318206. 


6-313-5-40. 


318197. 


6-313-5-2-7. 


318207. 


6-313-5-3-6. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317960 to 318400— Continued 

I'billin, lower Galilee. 



318208. 


6-82-5-1-8. 


318220. 


6-82-5-6-1. 


318209. 


6-82-5-1-9. 


318221. 


6-82-5-6-2. 


318210. 


6-82-5-2-1. 


318222. 


6-82-5-7-1. 


318211. 


6-82-5-2-2. 


318223. 


6-82-5-7-8. 


318212. 


6-82-5-2-3. 


318224. 


6-82-5-7-9. 


318213. 


6-82-5-2-6. 


318225. 


6-82-5-15-1. 


318214. 


6-82-5-3-1. 


318226. 


6-82-5-15-2. 


318215. 


6-82-5-3-6. 


318227. 


6-82-5-15-3, 


318216. 


6-82-5-3-7. 


318228. 


6-82-5-15-8. 


318217. 


6-82-5-4-1. 


318229. 


6-82-5-22-1. 


318218. 


6-82-5-5-6. 


318230. 


6-82-5-22-3. 


318219. 


6-82-5-5-9. 


318231. 


6-82-5-23-1. 


Kafr Qasim, Samarian foothills. 






318232. 


6-1917-23. 






318233. 


6-1917-24. 






Kefar Alta, Haifa Bay. 






318234. 


6-93-2-2-21-1. 


318239. 


6-1789-22. 


318235. 


6-93-3-31. 


318240. 


6-1789-23. 


318236. 


6-93-3-32. 


318241. 


6-1789-24. 


318237. 


6-93-4-45. 


318242. 


6-1789-25. 


318238. 


6 93-4-47. 







Kefar Bialik, Haifa Bay. 

318243. 6-1753-1. 

318244. 6-1753-2. 

Kefar Gallim, coast of Carmel. 

318245. 6-1703-1. 

318246. 6-1703-23. 

318247. 6-1703-24. 

318248. 6-1703-25. 
Kefar Hanasi, Korazim. 

318252. 6-52-2-31-1. 
Kefar Hasidim, Haifa Bay. 

318253. D65-21. 

318254. D65-25. 

Kefar Pines, central coastal plain. 

318255. 6-1635-1. 

318256. 6-1635-2. 

318257. 6-1635-3. 

318258. 6-1635-21. 

318259. 6-1635-22. 



318249. 6-1703-27. 

318250. 6-1703-28. 

318251. 6-1703-30. 



318260. 6-1635-23. 

318261. 6-1635-24. 

318262. 6-1635-25. 

318263. 6-1635-27. 

318264. 6-1635-28. 



10 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317960 to 318400— Continued 

318265. 6-1635-30. 

318266. 6-1635-32. 

Kerem Maharal, Mount Carmel. 

318268. 6-153^-1-8. 

318269. 6-153-4-11. 

318270. 6-153-4-37. 

318271. 6-153-4-39. 

Kefar Yehezqiel, valley of Esdraelon. 

318275. 6-1172-1. 
Ma'alot, upper Galilee 

318276. 6-2026-21. 
Megadim, coast of Carmel. 

318277. 6-1692-22. 
Megiddo, valley of Esdraelon. 

318278. 6-1873-21. 

318279. 6-1873-22. 

318280. 6-1873-23. 

318281. 6-1873-25. 

Midrakh Oz, valley of Esdraelon. 

318286. 6-216-2-24-1. 

318287. 6-216-2-33-1. 

318288. 6-216-2-33-2. 

Midreshet Rupin, central coastal plain. 

318291. 6-1576-1. 

318292. 6-1576-2. 

Miqwe Yisrael, central coastal plain. 

318293. 6-1629-1. 
Muzzuva, upper Galilee. 

318294. D167-25. 
Nahshon, Judean foothills. 

318295. 6-1131-1. 
Nesher, Haifa Bay 

318296. 6-110-1-36. 

318297. 6-110-1-37. 

318298. 6-110-1-38. 
Neveh Ya'ar, lower Galilee. 

318299. 6-2124-1. 

318300. 6-2126-1. 
Nordiyya, central coastal plain. 

318301. 6-1835-1. 

318302. 6-1835-2. 

318303. 6-1835-3. 



318267. 6-1635-33. 



318272. 
318273. 
318274. 



318282. 
318283. 
318284. 
318285. 

318289. 
318290. 



318304. 
318305. 



6-153-4-40. 

6-1698-2. 

6-1698-3. 



6-1873-26. 
6-1873-27. 
6-1873-28. 
6-2131-3. 

6-216-2-41. 
6-216-2-42. 



6-1836-1. 
6-1836-2. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



11 



317919 to 318400— Continued 






317960 to 318400— Continued 






N.Tut, plateau of Menashe. 






318306. 


6-1795-1. 


318327. 


6-1833-25. 


318307. 


6-1797-4. 


318328. 


6-1833-26. 


318308. 


6-1797-5. 


318329. 


6-1833-29. 


318309. 


6-1797-6. 


318330. 


6-1833-30. 


318310. 


6-1797-15. 


318331. 


6-1833-31. 


318311. 


6-1800-1. 


318332. 


6-1833-32. 


318312. 


6-1800-2. 


318333. 


6-1837-1. 


318313. 


6-1801-1. 


318334. 


6-1837-14. 


318314. 


6-1802-1. 


318335. 


6-1837-15. 


318315. 


6-1802-2. 


318336. 


6-1837-17. 


318316. 


6-1833-1. 


318337. 


6-1838-6. 


318317. 


6-1833-2. 


318338. 


6-1838-7. 


318318. 


6-1833-3. 


318339. 


6-1838-8. 


318319. 


6-1833-4. 


318340. 


6-1838-10. 


318320. 


6-1833-9. 


318341. 


6-1838-11. 


318321. 


6-1833-10. 


318342. 


6-1838-12. 


318322. 


6-1833-11. 


318343. 


6-1839-1. 


318323. 


6-1833-13. 


318344. 


6-1839-17. 


318324. 


6-1833-15. 


318345. 


6-1839-19. 


318325. 


6-1833-21. 


318346. 


6-1841-19. 


318326. 


6-1833-23. 






Pardes-Hana, central coastal plain. 






318347. 


6-2141-1. 






318348. 


6-2144-1. 






Qiryat Tiv'on, lower Galilee. 






318349. 


6-2085-1. 






Regavim, plateau of Menashe. 






318350. 


6-1666-21. 






Sedot Yam, central coastal plain. 






318351. 


6-1915-21. 






318352. 


6-1915-22. 






318353. 


6-1915-23. 






Sha'ar HaAliyya, coast of Carmel. 






318354. 


6-90-3-2-1. 


318362. 


6-90-3-5-9. 


318355. 


6-90-3-2-2. 


318363. 


6-90-3-6-3. 


318356. 


6-90-3-2-3. 


318364. 


6-90-3-6-6. 


318357. 


6-90-3-2-4. 


318365. 


6-90-3-6-7. 


318358. 


6-90-3-4-7. 


318366. 


6-90-3-6-9. 


318359. 


6-90-3-5-2. 


318367. 


6-90-3-7-3. 


318360. 


6-90-3-5-3. 


318368. 


6-90-3-17-1. 


318361. 


6-90-3-5-6. 


318369. 


6_90-3a-17-l 



12 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



317919 to 318400— Continued 
317960 to 318400— Continued 

Sharsheret, northern Negev. 

318370. 6-1070-1. 
Shefar'am, lower Galilee. 

318371. 6-94-3-7-6. 

318372. 6-94-3-7-7. 

318373. 6-105-5-1-6. 
Shefer, upper Galilee. 

318374. 6-1541-9. 318377. 6-1542-7. 

318375. 6-1541-10. 318378. 6-1542-8. 

318376. 6-1542-6. 
Tal Shahar, Judean foothills. 

318379. 6-336-3-9-6. 

318380. 6-336-3-24-1. 

318381. 6-336-3-24-2. 
Tel Yoqne'am, Mount Carmel. 

318382. 6-167-5-22-1. 

318383. 6-167-5-22-6. 

318384. 6-167-5-24-8. 

318385. 6-167-5-26-1. 

318386. 6-167-5-26-6. 

318387. 6-167-5-37. 

318388. 6-167-5-38. 
Tirat Carmel, coast of Carmel. 

318396. 6-1696-1. 

318397. 6-1696-2. 
Zikhron Ya'acov, Mount Carmel. 
318400. 6-939-11. 

318401 to 318404. Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib. Cruciferae. 

Horseradish. 

From Germany. Roots presented by the Max-Planck-Institut, Koln- 
Vogelsang. Received Jan. 9, 1967. 

318401. 'Baiersdorfer'. 318403. 'Laufener'. 

318402. 'Hamburger'. 318404. 'Spreewalder'. 

318405 and 318406. Actinidia latifolia (Gardn. & Champ.) 
Merr. Dilleniaceae. 

From France. Cuttings presented by the Service des Cultures du Museum 
National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris. Received Jan. 9, 1967. 

318405. Female. 

318406. Male. 



318389. 


6-167-5-40. 


318390. 


6-167-5-46. 


318391. 


6-168-1-22-6. 


318392. 


6-168-1-36. 


318393. 


6-2132-1. 


318394. 


6-2132-3. 


318395. 


6-2132-4. 


318398. 


6-1696-3. 


318399. 


6-1696-22. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 13 

318407 and 318408. Pyrus calleryana Decne. Rosaceae. 

Callery pear. 

From Japan. Seeds collected by Muneo Iizuka, Agricultural Research Sta- 
tion, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. Re- 
ceived Jan. 10, 1967. 

318407. Tree No. 1. 

318408. Tree No. 2. 

318409 and 318410. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Italy. Budsticks presented by the Instituto di Coltivazioni Arboree, 
Torino. Received Jan. 10, 1967. 

318409. 'Goldjon'. 

318410. No. 32C (Golden X Commercio). 

318411 to 318414. 

From Poland. Cuttings and seeds presented by the Research Institute of 
Pomology Skierniewice. Received Jan. 17, 1967. 

318411. Pyracantha sp. Rosaceae. 318413. Pyracantha sp. 

A. (Cuttings). A. (Seeds). 

318412. Pyracantha sp. 318414. Pyracantha sp. 

B. (Cuttings). B. (Seeds). 

318415 to 318433. Cucurbita maxima Duchesne Cucurbitaceae. 

Squash. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by A. E. Hutchins, Department of 
Horticultural Science, University of Minnesota, St. Paul. Numbered 
Jan. 17, 1967. 

318415. No. A-706. Inbred selection No. 1.63, Bush X Greengold. Vigor- 
ous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 to 6 by 6 to 8 inches, 
orange or salmon; 3.75 pounds; flesh % to Wz inches, orange. 

318416. No. A-707. Inbred selection F n , Minnesota No. 2.63, Bush X 
Greengold. Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 
4% to 5% by 6V2 to 8 inches, orange or salmon; 4.75 pounds; flesh 1 to 
W2 inches, orange. 

318417. No. A-708. Inbred selection F n , Minnesota No. 3.63, Bushx 
Greengold. Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 
to 6V2 by 7% inches, orange or salmon; 4.20 pounds; flesh % to W2 inches, 
orange. 

318418. No. A-709. Inbred selection F lls No. 4.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturity, bush. Fruit oblate 4 by 7 to 9 inches, dark 
green with light stripes; 3.20 pounds; flesh V2 to 1% inches, orange. 

318419. No. A-710. Inbred selection F n , No. 5.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits 6 by 1V 2 to S 1 ^ inches, orange 
or salmon; 3.21 pounds; flesh 1 to 2 inches, orange. 

318420. No. A-711. Inbred selection Fn, No. 6.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 to 5% by IV2 
to 9 inches, orange or salmon; 4.82 pounds; flesh 1 to W2 inches, orange. 

318421. No. A-712. Inbred line Fn, No. 7.63, Bush X Greengold. Vigor- 
ous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 4V 2 by 6^ to 8 inches, 
dark green; 3.56 pounds; flesh 1 inch, bright orange. 

318422. No. A-713. Inbred line selection Fn, No. 8.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturity, bush. Fruits many, 6 to 7 by 7 to 8 inches, 
orange or salmon; 3.55 pounds; flesh 1 to W2 inches, orange. 



14 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318415 to 318433— Continued 

318423. No. A-714. Inbred selection Fio, No. 9.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 4 to 4% by IV2 
to 8 inches, orange or salmon; 3.72 pounds; flesh % to 1% inches, yellow. 

318424. No A-715. Inbred selection Fn, No. 10.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 to 6 by 7 to 
8 inches, orange or salmon; 3.57 pounds; flesh 1 to 2 inches, light orange. 

318425. No. A-716. Inbred selection Fio, No. 11.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturing, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 by 7 to 8 
inches, orange or salmon; 4.75 pounds; flesh 1 to 2 inches, light orange. 

318426. No. A-717. Inbred selection Fn, No. 12.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturity, bush. Fruits many, oblate 5 by 7 to 8 inches, 
copper; 4.90 pounds; flesh 1 to 2 inches, orange. 

318427. «No. A-718. Inbred selection Fn, No. 13.63, Bush X Greengold. 
Vigorous, medium maturity, bush. Fruits many, oblate 4 to 5 by 6 to 
7% inches, copper; 4.47 pounds; flesh W2, inches, orange. 

318428. No. A-719. Male sterile A; Golden Delicious type. Segregates 
(approximately) 1 normal to 1 male sterile. Vigorous, medium maturing, 
vining. Fruits many, globose or ovate, 7 to 13 by 9 to 10 inches tapered 
toward blossom end, orange; 9.4 pounds; flesh 1% to 2 1 / 4 inches, orange. 

318429. No. A-720. Male sterile B. Segregates (approximately) 1 
normal to 1 male sterile. Vigorous, medium maturity, semibush. Fruits 
oblate 7 to 9 by 8 to 12 inches, orange-red; 10 pounds; flesh l 1 ^ to 2% 
inches, orange. 

318430. No. A-721. Male sterile C. Buttercup type. Segregates (ap- 
proximately) 1 normal to 1 male sterile. Vigorous, medium maturity, 
medium-sized vines. Fruits many, oblate turbinate 4 1 ,4 by 6 to 9 inches, 
dark green; 4.5 pounds; flesh % to 1% inches, orange. 

318431. No. A-722. Male sterile D. Kitchenette type. Segregates (ap- 
proximately) 1 normal to 1 male sterile. Vigorous, medium-sized vine. 
Fruits many, Green Hubbard shaped, 6 to 8 by 7 to 9 inches, dark green 
with medium green markings; 4.2 pounds; flesh 1 to 2 inches, light 
orange. 

318432. No. A-723. Male sterile E. Kitchenette type. Segregates 1 
normal to 1 male sterile. Large, vigorous, semibush. Fruits obovate, 
6V2 to 8 by 7 to 9 inches, dark green, medium maturity; flesh % to l 1 /^, 
light orange. 

318433. No. A-724. Male sterile F. Segregates (approximately) 1 nor- 
mal to 1 male sterile. Vigorous, bush type. Fruits many, oblate, 3 to 4 
by 6 to 7 inches, dark green, medium maturity; 2.8 pounds; flesh 1 to \ x k 
inches, light orange. 

318434. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

From the United States. Seeds held at Regional Plant Introduction Station, 
Ames, Iowa. Original seed obtained from England by Inter-State Nur- 
series, Hamburg, Iowa. Received Jan. 17, 1967. 

No. A-446. 'Sutton's Chieftain'. Plant of medium maturity and vigor. 
Vine to 30 inches long. Flowers white, single, moderate pod set; peas 
wrinkled, medium large, green or a few yellow. 

318435 and 318436. Coleus blumei var. verschaffelth Lem. 
Labiatae. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by Joseph W. Westbrook, Omaha, 
Tex. Received Jan. 18, 1967. 

318435. No. 1. F 25 from seed X-ray irradiated at 100 R. 

318436. No. 2. F 20 from seed X-ray irradiated at 100 R. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 15 

318437 to 318445. 

From Great Britain. Tubers presented by J. G. Hawkes, University of Birm- 
ingham, Birmingham, England. Numbered Jan. 18, 1967. 

318437 and 318438. Solanum brachistotrichum (Bitter) Rydb. Solana- 
ceae. 

318437. BST H.281-Line 1. 

318438. BST H.284-Line 3. 
318439. Solanum calvescens Bitt. 

CLV H.653-Line 4. 
318440 and 318441. Solanum oplocense Hawkes 

318440. OPL C.P.C. 2116. 

318441. OPL H.650. 

318442 to 318444. Solanum sambucinum Rydb. 

318442. SMB H273/2. 

318443. SMB H.275/1. 

318444. SMBH.277-Line 1. 
318445. Solanum vallis-mexicae Juz. 

VLL H.407-Line 4. 

318446. Pyrus communis L. Rosaceae. Common pear. 

From Hong Kong. Seeds collected by L. C. Cochran, Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Received Jan. 18, 1967. 

Seeds extracted from fruit purchased in market, supposedly imported from 
interior China. Fruit shaped like 'Cornice' but with acuminate neck. Medium 
number grit cells near core (ref. 'Keiffer'), flavor bland. 

318447. Arbutus unedo L. Ericaceae. Strawberry tree. 

From Great Britan. Plants purchased from Hillier and Sons, Winchester, 
England. Numbered Jan. 18, 1966. 

'Rubra'. 

318448 to 318462. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the Dominican Republic. Cuttings presented by the Central Romana 
Corp., La Romana. Received Jan. 20, 1967. 

318448. C.R. 6443. 318456. C.R. 64126. 

318449. C.R. 6461. 318457. C.R. 64182. 

318450. C.R. 6467. 318458. C.R. 64209. 

318451. C.R. 6468. 318459. C.R. 64215. 

318452. C.R. 6488. 318460. C.R. 64217. 

318453. C.R. 64101. 318461. C.R. 64223. 

318454. C.R. 64110. 318462. C.R. 64225. 

318455. C.R. 64117. 

318463. CORYLUS avellana L. Betulaceae. Filbert. 

From Turkey. Scions presented by the Ministry of Agriculture, Giresun 
Filbert Research Institute, Giresun. Received Jan. 10, 1967. 

Tombul\ 



16 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318464. Ginkgo biloba L. Ginkgoaceae. Maidenhair-tree. 

From France. Scions presented by the Services Techniques des Pares et 
Jardins, Paris. Received Jan. 20, 1967. 

'Pendula'. 

318465 to 318472. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Introduction, Instituto 
Agronomico, Campinas, Sao Paulo. Received Jan. 23, 1967. 

318465. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 
'Ameudoin' 

318466. Calopogonium mucunoides Desv. Leguminosae. 
'Calopogonio\ 

318467. Dioclea lasiocarpa Mart, ex Benth. Leguminosae. 
'Feijao Bravo do Ceara\ 

318468. Helianthus annus L. Compositae. Sunflower. 
'Girassol\ 

318469. Phaseolus angularis (Willd.) W.F.Wight Leguminosae. 

Adsuki bean. 

'Feijao Adzuki'. 

318470. Phaseolus calcaratus Roxb. Rice bean. 
'Feijao Arroz , . 

318471. Ricinus communis L. Euphorbiaceae. Castorbean. 
'Mamona'. 

318472. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 
'Gergelin'. 

318473 to 318490. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by J. Katznelson, Regional Experiment Station 
Neve-Ya'ar, P.O. Haifa. Original sources are indicated. Numbered Jan. 
23, 1967. 

318473 to 318476. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. 

Strawberry clover. 

318473. NYT 422. Beit Keshet, Israel. 

318474. NYT 425. Na'aman, Israel. 

318475. NYT 431. Skopje, Yugoslavia. 

318476. NYT 436. Rhodos, Greece. 
318477. Trifolium physodes Stev. ex Bieb. 

NYT 701. Metzovo, Greece. 
318478 to 318480. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

318478. NYT 719. Klisura, Yugoslavia. 

318479. NYT 723. Metzovo, Greece. 

318480. NYT 724. Skopje, Yugoslavia. 

318481 to 318488. Trifolium repens L. Whiteclover. 

318481. NYT 754. Pendelikon, Greece. 

318482. NYT 758. Klisura, Yugoslavia. 

318483. NYT 761. Ptolemais, Greece. 

318484. NYT 763. Yannina, Greece. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 17 

318473 to 318490— Continued 
318481 to 318488— Continued 

318485. NYT 764. Kozani-Florina, Greece. 

318486. NYT 765. Skopje-Kumanovo, Yugoslavia. 

318487. NYT 766. Vranje-Leskovac, Yugoslavia. 

318488. NYT 767. Vranje, Yugoslavia. 

318489. Trifolium sp. 

NYT 565. Hercegnovi, Yugoslavia. 

318490. Trifolium sp. 

NYT 713. Maraton-Thebai, Greece. 

318491 to 318493. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. 

Kafircorn. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented by Z. Barabas, Agricultural Research In- 
stitute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Martonvasar, through National 
Institute of Agrobotany, Tapioszele. Received Jan. 23, 1967. 

318491. ms6. Male sterile, microanther (mth-2513). 

318492. pgy. Polygynoecious heterzygote (pg-2323-4). 

318493. pgy. Polygynoecious heterzygote (pg-2323-7). 

318494 to 318496. 

From Great Britain. Seeds presented by Frank P. Knight, Royal Horticul- 
tural Society Gardens, Wisley, Ripley, Surrey. Received Jan. 23, 1967. 

318494. Rosa ecae Aitch. Rosaceae. Eca rose. 
P.F. 8302. 

318495. Rosa persica Michx. Persian rose. 
P.F. 8845. 

318496. Rosa sp. 

P.F. 8816. Large pink, 4 to 6 feet high. 

318497 to 318505. 

From France. Scions presented by J. P. Nitsch, Phytotron, 91, Gif-sur-Yvette. 
Numbered Jan. 24, 1967. 

318497. Caralluma newbrownii A. Berger Asclepiadaceae. 

318498. Hoodia barklyi Dyer Asclepiadaceae. 

318499. Hoodia burkei N. E. Brown 

318500. Huernia zebrina N. E. Brown Asclepiadaceae. 

318501. Mucuna GIGANTEA (Willd.) DC. Leguminosae. 

318502. Pectinaria saxatilis N. E. Br. Asclepiadaceae. 

318503. Solanum mammosum Linn. Solanaceae. 

318504. Stapelia parvipunctata (N. E. Br.) ex K. Schum Asclepiada- 
ceae. 

318505. Streptocarpus nobilis C. B. Clarke Gesneraceae. 

318506 and 318507. 

From Ghana. Seeds presented by United States Agency for International 
Development Agricultural Mission to Ghana, Accra. Received Jan. 24, 
1967. 



18 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318506 and 318507— Continued 

318506. Allium cepa L. Liliaceae. Onion. 

'Bawku'. Origin unknown. Common in northern Ghana for many years. 
Only variety known to flower, seed, produce desirable market product in 
Ghana. 

318507. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

'Improved Zuarubgu'. Origin unknown. Consistently productive during 
all seasons throughout Ghana. Superior to most American varieties in 
Ghana. 

318508 and 308509. 

From Greece. Seeds collected by George Sklivanos, Chios and forwarded 
through Agricultural Attache, Athens. Received Jan. 24, 1967. 

318508. Melilotus segetalis (Brot.) Seringe Leguminosae. 

Sweetclover. 

Native, uncultivated legume. 

318509. Securigera securidaca (L.) Deg. & Doerfl. Leguminosae. 
Native, uncultivated legume. 

318510. Ricinus communis L. Euphorbiaceae. Castorbean. 

From Thailand. Seeds presented by Richard S. Mann, Center for Uplift of 
Hill Tribes, P.O. Box 29, Chiengmai. Received Jan. 24, 1967. 

Wild, uncultivated* 

318511. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. Wheat. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, 
Plant Introduction Service, Rehovot. Received Jan. 24, 1967. 

Florence X Aurore 8193. 

318512 to 318592. 

From Korea. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md. For U.S.D.A.-Longwood Gardens 
Cooperative Program. Numbered Jan. 26, 1967. 

318512. Acer takesimense Nakai Aceraceae. 

Col. No. K-44. Mt. Songin Bong, Ullung-do. Elevation 970 meters. 
Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Diameter at breast height is about 50 
cm. Seedlings. 

318513. Aceriphyllum ROSSll Engl. Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-62. Dry streambed at base of Mt. Sorak, Kangwon-do. Low- 
growing perennial with thick rhizome. Leaves palmately 5 to 9 lobed at 
ends of rhizomes. Plants. 

318514. Adenophora sp. Campanulaceae. 

Col. No. K-267. On rock cliff along road near Muu Ju. Herbaceous 
perennial to 1 meter high. Flowers in a graceful raceme, blue. Plants. 

318515. Allium thunbergii G. Don Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-305. Along streambed on trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. 
Bulbous perennial. Flowers in umbel, purple. Plants, 

318516. Aruncus aethusifolius (Lev.) Nakai Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-ll. In open, wind-swept fields near top of Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island. Elevation 1,900 meters. Herbaceous perennial with finely divided 
leaves. Flowers whitish. Plants. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 19 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318517. Asarum maculatum Nakai Aristolochiaceae. 

Col. No. K-428. In shady moist area along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island. Elevation 750 meters. Fleshy rooted herbaceous perennial. 
Leaves cordate, mottled. Plants. 

318518. Aster spathulifolius Maxim. Compositae. 

Col. No. K-53. North coast of Ullung-do, growing on cliff face in open. 
Elevation 30.5 meters above sea. Herbaceous perennial with fleshy leaves 
forming rosette. Flowers blue, in heads. Plants. 

318519. Calamagrostis arundinacea var. brachytricha (Steud.) Hack. 
Gramineae. 

Col. No. K-262. Along trail on Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Perennial grass 
to 1 meter high. Flower heads ornamental. Plants. 

318520. Campanula takesimana Nakai Campanulaceae. 

Col. No. K-55. Above To Dong, Ullung-do. Growing in open areas. 
Elevation 244 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves roundish. Flowers 
bell shaped, whitish to magenta. Plants. 

318521. Carex fusanensis Ohwi Cyperaceae. 

Col. No. K-288. Garden of Professor Tchang Bok Lee, Suwon. Origi- 
nally from Chunchun, Kangwon-do. Leaves long linear, dark green. 
Clump forming. Plants. 

318522. Caryopteris incana (Thunb.) Miquel Verbenaceae. 

Common bluebeard. 

Col. No. K-463. On sea coast 20 km. east of Cheju City. Subfruticose 
plant. Flowers blue. Plants. 

318523. Chloranthus japonicus Siebold Chloranthaceae. 

Col. No. K-304. In moist shady area along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. 
Sorak. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves four lobed. Plants. 

318524. Chrysanthemum sibiricum Turcz. Compositae. 

Col. No. K-299. In open rocky area on Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. 
Elevation 610 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Flowers large, white. 
Plant. 

318525. Chrysanthemum zawadskii Herbich 

Col. No. K-77. On Taek Wal Yong Mountain, Kangwon-do, growing on 
open slope; steep, sandy soil. Elevation 800 meters. Low perennial. 
Leaves finely divided. Inflorescence capitate to 2V 2 inches across. 
Lavender pink. Plants. 

318526. Convallaria keiskei Miq. Liliaceae. Lily-of-the-valley. 

Col. No. K-86. Along on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do, growing in moist, sandy 
soil in shade. Elevation 823 meters. Rhizomatous herbaceous perennial to 
Vz meter high. Leaves elliptic, 2 per stem. Plants. 

318527. Cypripedium japonicum Thunb. Orchidaceae. 

Col. No. K-527. Tokyo, Japan. Purchased in seed and fruit store. 
Herbaceous perennial. Plants. 

318528. Euonymus fortunei var. radicans (Miq.) Rehd. Celastraceae. 

Wintercreeper. 

Col. No. K-31. Jeu-Dong, Ullung-do at base of pine tree along trail. 
Elevation 183 meters. Round-leaved, climbing, woody evergreen vine. 
Cuttings. 

318529. Euonymus japonica Thunb. 

Col. No. K-236. Chong Ju. Growing in hotel garden. Evergreen shrub 
2Y2 meters high. Leaves shiny green. Cuttings. 



20 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318530 and 318531. Forsythia viridissima var. koreana Rehd. Oleaceae. 

318530. Col. No. K-177. Near college campus, Suwon. Vigorous 
deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Branches arching. Flowers yellow. 
Cuttings. 

318531. Col. No. K-218. Hedge on campus of Agriculture College, 
Seoul National University, Suwon. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. 
Branches arching. Roots readily at tip. Cuttings. 

318532 and 318533. Forsythia ovata Nakai 

318532. Col. No. K-60. Along trail in sun at edge of woods at base of 
Mt. Sorak, Kangwon-do. Deciduous shrub to IY2 meters high. 
Cuttings. 

318533. Col. No. K-61. Along trail near streambed at base of Mt. Sorak, 
Kangwon-do. Deciduous shrub to lVz meters high. Leaves more 
round, smaller, darker green than P.I. 318532. Cuttings. 

318534. Gentiana scabra var. buergeri (Miq.) Maxim. Gentianaceae. 

Col. No. K-491. Mt. Kwan Ak, An Yang. Growing in grass along 
trail. Herbaceous perennial. Flowers blue. Plants. 

318535 and 318536. Gentiana uchiyamai Nakai 

318535. Col. No. K-102. In swampy area near Taek Wal Yong Experi- 
ment Station, Kangwon-do. Elevation 883 meters. Herbaceous peren- 
nial. Leaves linear. Flowers axillary, not open when collected. 
Plant. 

318536. Col. No. K-142. In area of low shrubs along trail on Mt. Chiri, 
Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 1,494 meters. Herbaceous perennial. 
Leaves linear. Flowers axillary, blue. Plants. 

318537. Gentiana sp. 

Col. No. K-441. In open alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Eleva- 
tion 427 meters. Low herbaceous perennial. Flowers blue. Plants. 

318538 and 318539. Gerbera (hybrid) Compositae. 

318538. Col. No. K-524. 'Cleopatra'. Kurume, Japan. Collected at 
Kurume Branch Horticultural Experiment Station. Herbaceous peren- 
nial. Flowers brightest red in field — anemone flowered. Plant. 

318539. Col. No. K-525. 'Haru-no-izumi'. Kurume, Japan. Collected 
at Kurume Branch Horticultural Experiment Station. Herbaceous 
perennial. Flower color metallic rose. Plants. 

318540. Hedera rhombea (Miq.) Bean Araliaceae. 

Col. No. K-21. On road to Cheju, Cheju Island, 16 km. from Sogwipo, on 
edge of woods. Elevation 495 meters. Trailing evergreen vine. Runners. 

318541. Heloniopsis orientalis (Thunb.) C. Tanaka Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-302. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Growing in 
moist bank. Crown forming perennial. Leaves linear. Plants. 

318542 to 318544. Hepatica asiatica Nakai Ranunculaceae. 

318542. Col. No. K-25. On road to Cheju Island, 20 km. from Sogwipo, 
in dark moist woods. Elevation 610 meters. Low herbaceous peren- 
nial. Leaves tripartite, mottled with silver. Plants. 

318543. Col. No. K-83. Along trail on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. Usually 
in moist shade, sandy soil. Elevation 762 meters. Low herbaceous 
perennial. Leaves three lobed. Plants. 

318544. Col. No. K-205. Moist sandy soil in deep shade of mixed decidu- 
ous forest, Kwang Nung, Kyunggi-do. Dwarf herbaceous perennial. 
Leaves three lobed. Small crown. Crowns. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 21 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318545. Hosta albomarginata (Hook.) Ohwi Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-193. Forest Experiment Station, Kwang Nung, Kyunggi 
Province. In moist semishade. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves lanceolate. 
Plants. 

318546. Hosta longipes (Fr. & Sav.) L. H. Bailey 

Col. No. K-26. On road to Cheju, Cheju Island, 24 km. from Sogwipo. 
In moist woods usually in open areas. Elevation 640 meters. Herbaceous 
perennial. Flower stalks to 2 feet. Leaves oblong lanceolate. Flowers 
lavender purple. Plants. 

318547. Hosta sp. 

Col. No. K-214. Garden at residence of Professor Tchang Bok Lee, 
Suwon. Herbaceous perennial to 1 meter high. Flowers large, white. 
Garden form. Plants. 

318548. Hydrangea serrata (Thunb.) DC. Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-28. Growing on banks along road in full sun 18 km. from 
Cheju, Cheju, Island. Elevaton 610 meters. Deciduous shrub to 4 feet 
high. Leaves acuminate, serrate. Flowers blue (both sterile and fertile). 
Cuttings. 

318549. Ilex crenata f. microphylla Rehd. Aquifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-13. On south slope of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island, in moist, open, 
rocky field. Elevation 1,200 meters. Small leaved, evergreen, dwarf shrub 
with small white flowers. Male plant. Plants. 

318550. Iris ensata var. spontanea (Makino) Nakai Iridaceae. 

Col. No. K-12. On south slope of Mt. Halla, Cheju Island, in wet, open 
field growing with and among rhododendron species. Elevation 1,400 
meters. Strap-leaved herbaceous perennial with thick root stocks. 
Flowers in several shades of purple. Plants. 

318551. Iris ruthenica Ker 

Col. No. K-187. Open grassy fields with stony soil, Kwang Kyo. Leaves 
long, straplike. Roots wiry. Flowers short, reportedly purple. Plants. 

318552. Iris sanguinea Donn 

Col. No. K-172. Moist pine woods near grave of Korean king, Suwon. 
Herbaceous perennial. Not seen in flower. Plants. 

318553. Iris sanguinea Donn 

Col. No. K-204. Moist sandy soil in deep shade under mixed deciduous 
forest. Kwang Nung, Kyunggi-do. Strap-leaved perennial to 7 dm. high. 
Roots wiry. Flower reportedly yellow. Plant. 

318554. Iris sp. 

Col. No. K-182. Campus of College, Suwon. Strap-leaved perennial to 1 
meter high. Forms large clump. Very floriferous. Said to be yellow 
flowered. Plants. 

318555. Iris sp. 

Col. No. K-268. In moist area long trail up Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Her- 
baceous perennial. Leaves straplike, to 1 meter long. Plants. 

318556. Iris sp. 

Col. No. K-273. In moist area near road to Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. Her- 
baceous perennial with straplike leaves to 1 meter high. Plants. 

318557. Iris sp. 

Col. No. K-472. Suwon. Growing along edge of rice paddy. Dwarf, 
lance-leaved, herbaceous perennial. Plants. 



22 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318558. Juniperus chinensis var. sargentii Henry Pinaceae. 

Sargent juniper. 

Col. No. K-9. Open, wind swept east slope at top of Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island, with Empetrum and grasses. Elevation 1,950 meters. Very low 
needleleaf evergreen. Prostrate with little evidence of winter damage. 
Cuttings. 

318559 and 318560. Lilium amabile Palibin Liliaceae. 

318559. Col. No. K-125. Growing in open, high shade with grasses on 
Chung Ke Mountain, Suwon. Elevation 150 meters. Bulbous peren- 
nial. Leaves linear. Not seen in flower. Bulb. 

318560. Col. No. K-160. Near No Go Dan, Mt. Shiri, Cholla Nam-do. 
Elevation 1,300 meters. Typical type. Bulbs. 

318561 and 318562. Lilium miquelianum Makino 

318561. Col. No. K-139. In shade along trail up Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Nam-do. Elevation 1,433 meters. Whorled leaf, bulbous perennial. 
Stem rooting; scales jointed. Bulbs. 

318562. Col. No. K-161. Near No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do, 
growing with Lespedeza and Sasamorpha. Elevation 396 meters. 
Bulbous perennial to Wz meters. Whorl of leaves at about 1 meter. 
Stem rooting; jointed scales. Six flowers in a double "umbel." Bulb. 

318563. Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-93. On temple grounds, Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do, growing in 
Abies forest. Elevation 700 meters. Bulbous perennial, scales jointed. 
Stem rooting. Leaves in a single whorl. 

3185641 Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-lll. In dense woods along trail on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla 
Nam-do. Elevation 183 meters. Bulbous perennial to 8 dm. Leaves in 
whorl with one leaf below main whorl; scales jointed. Not seen in flower. 
Bulb. 

318565. Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-123. On drier slope of Chung Ke Mountain, Suwon. Growing 
in dense shade. Elevation 200 meters. Whorled leaf lily. No stem roots. 
Scales not jointed. Plants. 

318566. Lilium sp. 

Col. No. K-234. In moist woods near Pok Chu Sa Temple, Mt. Sokni. 
Whorled leaf bulbous perennial. Bulb scales jointed. Stems rooting. 
Bulbs. 

318567. Liriope graminifolia (L.) Baker Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-110. In moist woods along trail on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla 
Nam-do. Elevation 183 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves grasslike. 
Flowers in a spike, purple. Roots produce small tubers. Plants. 

318568. Lipriope spicata Lour. 

Col. No. K-173. Moist pine woods near grave of Korean king, Suwon. 
Herbaceous perennial. About 20 cm. high. Not seen in flower. Plants. 

318569. Lycoris koreana Nakai Amaryllidaceae. 

Col. No. K-120. Along trail on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do, growing 
in rocky soil in shade. Elevation 427 meters. Bulbous perennial. Flower 
scape to Vz meter. Flowers 4 in umbel — orange, small. Bulbs. 

318570. Maianthemum dilatatum (Wood) A. Nels. & Macbr. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-46. On Mt. Songin-Bong, Ullung-do, in dense woods. Eleva- 
tion 900 meters. Herbaceous perennial with short, thin rhizome. Two 
shield-shaped leaves on each plant. Plants. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 23 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318571. Melandrium sp. Caryophyllaceae. 

Col. No. K-99. On grounds of Taek Wal Yong Experiment Station, 
Kangwon-do. Growing in full sun. Elevation 915 meters. Rosette type 
perennial. Leaves dark red purple. Not seen in flower. Plant. 

318572. Miscanthus sinensis Anderss. Gramineae. 

Col. No. K-272. In open areas along trail on Mt. Tok-yu, Ko Chun. 
Perennial grass to 2 meters high. Flower spike red purple. Plants. 

318573. Parnassia alpicola Makino Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-446. In alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Elevation 
1,500 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Flowers white. Leaves cordate. 
Plants. 

318574. Polygonatum lasianthum Maxim. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-140. In dense shade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. 
Elevation 1,403 meters. Herbaceous perennial with fleshy roots. Petioles 
purple. Plants. 

318575. Pyrola japonica Klenze ex Alef . Pyrolaceae. 

Col. No. K-243. Woods near Pokchu Sa Temple, Mt. Sokni. Evergreen 
perennial. Leaves elliptic, veins whitish. Flowers small. Plants. 

318576. Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense Nakai Ericaceae. 

Col. No. K-8. Northwest slope Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Open slopes 
usually with R. mucronulatum. Elevation 1,600 meters. Plants low dense, 
twiggy. Leaves obovate ciliate, deciduous. Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

318577. Rodgersia podophylla Gray Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-108. On road from Taek Wal Yong to Jin Boo, Kangwon-do. 
Growing on steep slope. Elevation 700 meters. Thick rooted perennial. 
One large leaf from each tip of rhizome. Not seen in flower. Plants. 

318578. Rosa wichuraiana Crep. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-27. In open fields near road about 20 km. from Cheju, Cheju 
Island. Elevation 640 meters. Trailing woody plant. Leaves pinnate, 7 to 
9 leaflets. Stems green. Flowers white, single in clusters. Cuttings. 

318579. Salix graciliglans Nakai Salicaceae. 

Col. No. K-196. Forest near Forest Experiment Station, Kwang Nung, 
Kyunggi-do. Along streambed. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. 
Leaves glaucous beneath. Cuttings. 

318580. Salix koreensis Anders, in DC. 

Col. No. K-282. Inchon. Growing on sea coast. Weeping willow to 15 
meters high. Leaves linear. Cuttings. 

318581. Sanguisorba hakusanensis Makino Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-167. No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. In alpine 
meadow. Elevation 1,433 meters. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves pin- 
nately compound. Flowers spicate in shades of red. Plants and seedlings. 

318582. Scilla chinensis Benth. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-76. On beach south of Yangyang, Kangwon-do. In moist 
area, common. Bulbous perennial. Flowers in a spike, purplish. Ap- 
parently wide spread. Bulbs. 

318583. Sedum sp. Crassulaceae. 

Col. No. K-54. On north coast of Ullung-do, growing on open cliff face. 
Elevation 152 meters. Clump-forming herbaceous plant. Leaves short, 
roundish, fleshy. Flowers yellow. Plants. 



24 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318512 to 318592— Continued 

318584. Selaginella involvens (Sw.) Spring Selaginellaceae. 

Col. No. K-117. On Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do. Growing on open 
cliff faces. Elevation 488 meters. Flat-leaved evergreen. Roots very- 
fibrous. Comparable to our "Resurrection plant." Plants. 

318585. Spiraea salicifolia L. Rosaceae. Willowleaf spirea. 

Col. No. K-85. On grounds of Buddhist Temple, Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. 
Growing in open. Elevation 945 meters. Deciduous shrub to Wz meters 
high. Leaves lanceolate. Flowers in a terminal panicle, pink. Cuttings. 

318586. Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames. Orchidaceae. 

Col. No. K-l. <Ta Rai Nan Cho\ On north slope of Mt. Halla, Cheju 
Island. Open, marshy, field. Elevation 600 meters. Small, terrestrial, 
white-flowered orchid. Roots fleshy. Plants. 

318587. Syringa amurensis Rupr. Oleaceae. Manchurian lilac. 

Col. No. K-88. Along trail on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. In semishade. 
Elevation 854 meters. Deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Possibly a dwarf 
form of the species. Plant. 

318588. Thalictrum actaeifolium Sieb. & Zucc. Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-109. Along trail on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do. Grow- 
ing in rocky soil in shade. Elevation 305 meters. Herbaceous perennial. 
Leaves twice compound, leaflets in threes. To 1 meter high. Flowers lilac 
to purple. Plants. 

318589. Thalictrum uchiyamai Nakai 

Col. No. K-100. In swampy area near Taek Wal Yong Experiment Sta- 
tion, Kangwon-do. Elevation 883 meters. Tall herbaceous perennial. 
Flowers in terminal panicle; blue purple. Leaves divided. Plants. 

318590. Trifolium lupinaster L. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-7. Northwest slope Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Open, moist 
slopes. Elevation 1,500 meters. Herbaceous perennial, repent, crown 
branching. Flowers purple, 8 in umbel. Leaves digitately five compound. 
Crowns. 

318591. Valeriana dageletiana Nakai ex Maekawa Valerianaceae. 

Col. No. K-4. Northwest slope Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Open, moist 
slopes. Elevation 1,450 meters. Herbaceous perennial, to 8 dm. high. 
Leaves pinnately compound. Flowers lilac, in flat-topped corymb. Plants. 

318592. Viola chaerophylloides (Regel) Makino Violaceae. 

Col. No. K-122. On steep, shady, moist slope of Chung Ke Mountain, 
Suwon. Elevation 200 meters. Herbaceous perennial to 2 dm. high. 
Leaves tripartite, basal lobes split. Stemless. Not seen in flower. Plants. 

318593. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Spain. Tubers presented by D. Antonio Garcia Orad, Vitoria. Re- 
ceived Jan. 30, 1967. 

'Irish Cobbler'. Virus "X" free. 
318594 and 318595. 

From England. Plants purchased from Hillier and Sons, Winchester. Re- 
ceived Jan. 30, 1967. 

318594. Acer argutum Maxim. Aceraceae. Maple. 

318595. Celtis sinensis Pers. Ulmaceae. 
318596 to 318599. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by H. Sleumer, Rijksherbarium, 
Nonnensteeg, Leiden. Received Feb. 1, 1967. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 25 

318596 to 318599— Continued 

318596. Rhododendron culminicolum F. Muell. Ericaceae. 
Obtained from Lae Botanical Garden. 

318597. Rhododendron gaultheriifolium J. J. Smith 
NGF 24818. 

318598 and 318599. Rhododendron yelliottii Warb. 

318598. Obtained from Lae Botanical Garden. 

318599. NGF 24877. 

318600. Helianthus annus L. Compositae. Sunflower. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the Agri- 
cultural Attache, American Embassy, Moscow to Cargill Seeds, Inc., 
Minneapolis, Minnesota. Received Jan. 11, 1967. Numbered Feb. 1, 1967. 

'Peredovic'. Reported to be an improved selection from the older standard 
variety of the same name. 

318601 to 318606. 

From Switzerland. Seeds presented by S. V. Badoux, Stations Federales 
d'Essais Agricoles, Domaine du Chateau de Changins, Lausanne. Re- 
ceived Feb. 1, 1967. 

318601. Onobrychis transcaucasica Grossh. Leguminosae. 

East European population, multiplied in isolated plot. 

318602 to 318606. Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Sainfoin. 

318602. 'Premier'. Swiss local population of common type persistent in 
this country. 

318603. Terly'. Improved (mass selection), Swiss local population of 
'giant' type. 

318604. Tologne'. Polish population. 

318605. Cross 8/165. Cross Swiss local X O. transcaucasica. Open 
pollinated multiplied. 

318606. Cross 9/165. Cross Swiss local X O. transcaucasica. Open 
pollinated multiplied. 

318607 to 318623. 

From India. Seeds presented by the Director, Sugarcane Breeding Institute, 
Coimbatore. Received Feb. 1, 1967. 

318607 to 318613. Erianthus elephantinus Hook, f . Gramineae. 

318607. S.E.S. 192. 318611. S.E.S. 283. 

318608. S.E.S. 193. 318612. S.E.S. 305. 

318609. S.E.S. 265. 318613. S.E.S. 361. 

318610. S.E.S. 273. 

318614 and 318615. Erianthus munja (Roxb.) Jeswiet 

318614. S.E.S. 292. 

318615. Unnumbered. 

318616. Erianthus ravennae (L.) Beauv. 

E. M. Karnal. 
318617 to 318623. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane. 

318617. C.P. 48-103 X LA. 1231. 

318618. C.P. 52-68 X LA. 1145. 



26 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318607 to 318623— Continued 
318617 to 318623— Continued 

318619. C.P. 52-68 X LA. 1190. 

318620. C.P. 52-68 X LA. 1219. 

318621. C.P. 52-68 X LA. 1231. 

318622. LA. 880 X C.P. 52-68. 

318623. LA. 1060 X C.P. 52-68. 

318624 to 318626. Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. Ericaceae. 

From the Netherlands. Cuttings presented by the Instituut voor Veredeling 
van Tuinbouwgewassen, Wageningen. Received Feb. 6, 1967. 

318624. No. 1. 

318625. No. 2. 

318626. No. 3. 

318627 to 318630. Punica granatum L. Punicaceae. 

Pomegranate. 

From Iran. Cuttings presented by Walter J. Kaiser, United States Agency 
for International Development, Teheran. Received Feb. 6, 1967. Col- 
lected near the town of Saveh. 

318627. 'Alak\ Pericarp thin, red; plup red, juicy, sour. Early maturing 
in August and September. 

318628. 'Malas\ Pericarp thin, red; pulp dark red, juicy, sour. Large, 
late variety maturing in September and October. Preferred by growers 
in the Saveh area and grown most widely. 

318629. 'Shirin\ Pericarp thin, white; pulp white, juicy, sweet. Early 
maturing in August and September. 

318630. 'Tabestani'. Pericarp thin, red; pulp white and not juicy. Early 
maturing in August and September. 

318631. Ligustrum vulgare L. Oleaceae. European privet. 

From Germany. Plants presented by W. Kordes & Son, Holstein. Received 
Feb. 7, 1967. 

318632. Chamaecyparis obtusa f. sanderi (Sander) Rehd. 
Pinaceae. 

From England. Scions collected by J. W. Archer, Doone Valley, Wrecclesham, 
Faraham. Received Nov. 10, 1966. Numbered Feb. 6, 1967. 

318633. Liriodendron chinense (Hemsl.) Sargent Magnolia- 
ceae. 

From England. Cuttings presented by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 
Richmond, Surrey. Received Feb. 14, 1967. 

1908 H.K. 

318634 to 318636. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From Barbados. Cuttings presented by the West Indies Central Sugar Cane 
Breeding Station, Groves, St. George. Received Feb. 14, 1967. 

318634. B 5789. 

318635. B 5840. 

318636. B 6130. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 27 

318637 to 318641. 

From Korea. Seeds received through PL 480 Project A13-CR-1, New Crops 
Research Branch, Crops Research Division, Beltsville, Maryland. All 
collected October 1966 in vicinity of Suwon, Kyunggido Province. Num- 
bered Feb. 14, 1967. 

318637. Lespedeza bicolor Turcz. Leguminosae. 
'Ssari'. 

318638. Lespedeza daurica (Laxm.) Schindler 
'Ho-bisoori'. 

318639. Lespedeza x divaricata (Nakai) T. B. Lee 
< Tchung-bisoori\ 

318640. Lespedeza inschanica (Maxim.) Schindl. 
'Dang-bisoor\ 

318641. Lespedeza tomentosa (Thunb.) Sieb. ex Maxim. 
'Gae-ssari'. 

318642 to 318644. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by National Institute of Agricultural Sciences, 
Division of Genetics, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. Numbered Feb. 14, 1967. 

,318642. 'Chugoku 31\ 

318643. 'Hoyoku'. 

318644. 'Reimei'. 

318645 and 318646. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Guyana. Seeds presented by M. S. Pawar, Food and Agriculture Or- 
ganization Rice Geneticist, Central Agricultural Station, Mon Repos, East 
Coast, Demerara. Numbered Feb. 14, 1967. 

318645. B.G. 60/44. 

318646. B.G. 60/47. 

318647 to 318651. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by Daniel Zohary, Department of Botany, The 
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Numbered Feb. 14, 1967. 

318647. Aegilops longissima Schweinf. & Muschl. Gramineae. 

Goatgrass. 

No. 6012. Origin Negev, Israel. 

318648. Aegilops speltoides Tausch Goatgrass. 
No. 6001. Origin Mt. Carmel, Israel. 

318649. Hordeum bulbosum L. Gramineae. Bulbous barley. 
Twenty-five km. north of Yannina, Greece. Diploid type (2n=14). 

318650. Secale ancestrale Zhuk. Gramineae. 

Aidin, near Izmir, Turkey. Brittle type close to cereale. 

318651. Secale montanum Guss. Mountain rye. 
Eighty km. southeast of Bolu, Turkey on Ankara-Instanbul road. 

318652. Ilex aquifolium L. Aquifoliaceae. English holly. 

From Norway. Seeds presented by Oddvin Reisaeter, Noregs Landburkshogs- 
kule, Institutt for Dendrologi og Planteskuledrift, Vollebekk. Numbered 
Feb. 14, 1967. 

Collected in Olve, in Hordaland. 



28 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318653. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. Muskmelon. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by R. T. Correa, Texas Agricultural 
Substation No. 15, Weslaco, Tex. Numbered Feb. 14, 1967. 

'Big River Bush'. Dwarf -intemode type. 

318654 and 318655. 

From Korea. Seeds presented by Tchang Bok Lee, College of Agriculture, 
Seoul National University, Suwon. Numbered Feb. 14, 1967. 

318654. Betula chinensis Maxim. Betulaceae. 
Origin Kwang-Nung. 

318655. Picea koyamai Shiras. Pinaceae. 
Origin Kwang-Nung. 

318656 to 318658. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Masaaki Kunishige, Kurume Branch, Horti- 
cultural Research Station, Miimachi, Kurume. Numbered Feb. 15, 1967. 

318656. Rhododendron reticulatum D. Don ex G. Don Ericaceae. 

318657. Rhododendron japonicum (Gray) Schneid. Japanese azalea. 
Will segregate some R. japonicum f. flavum. 

318658. Rhododendron kiusianum Makino 
318659. Gazania pinnata Less. Compositae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Bloem-Erf Wild- 
flower Nurseries, Stellenbosch, Cape Province. Numbered Feb. 15, 1967. 

Red flowering. 

318660 to 318668. 

From India. Seeds presented by Lloyd Botanic Garden, Darjeeling, West 
Bengal. Numbered Feb. 15, 1967. 

318660. Ilex insignis Hook. f. Aquifoliaceae. Holly. 

318661. Ilex wightiana Wall, ex Wight 

318662. Magnolia campbellii Hook, f . & Thorns. Magnoliaceae. 
Pink. 

318663. Michelia cathcartii Hook. f. & Thorns. Magnoliaceae. 

318664. Michelia excelsa Blume 

318665. Michelia lanuginosa Wall. 

318666. Viburnum coriaceum Blume Caprifoliaceae. 

318667. Viburnum erubescens Wall, ex DC. 

318668. Viburnum stellulatum Wall, ex DC. 

318669. Entolasia imbricata Stapf Gramineae. 

From Kenya. Seeds presented by J. G. Boonman, The National Agricultural 
Research Station, Kitale. Numbered Feb. 17, 1967. 

No. K 6076. 

318670 and 318671. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented by Department of Entomology, West 
Pakistan Agricultural University, Lyallpur. Numbered Feb. 17, 1967. 

318670. 'Indus 66'. Mexican origin. 

318671. 'Mexi-Pak'. Mexican origin; white. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 29 

318672 and 318673. 

From Brazil. Vegetative stocks presented August 31, 1965 by Instituto 
Agronomico do Estado de Sao Paulo, Campinas. Plants propagated by 
Oilseeds and Industrial Crops Research Branch, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Numbered Feb. 20, 1967. 

318672. Arachis glabrata Benth. Leguminosae. 
V. 355. 

318673. Arachis villosa var. correntina Burkart 
V. 359. 

318674 and 318675. Fragaria (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From England. Plants presented by the John Innes Institute, Bayfordsbury, 
Mertford, Mertf or d shire. Received Feb. 20, 1967. 

318674. 'Cambridge Favourite'. 

318675. 'Merton Herald'. 

318676. Gossypium hirsutum L. Malvaceae. Upland cotton. 

From Kenya. Seeds presented by J. S. Breckell, Anderson, Clayton & Hunt 
(Cotton Brokers) Ltd., Nairobi. Numbered Feb. 20, 1967. 

Strict middling grade, irregular staple. 

318677. Beta vulgaris L. Chenopodiaceae. Sugar beet. 

From England. Seeds presented by National Institute of Agricultural Botany, 
Huntingdon Road, Cambridge. Numbered Feb. 20, 1967. 

'Maris Vanguard'. 
318678 to 318683. 

From Italy. Scions presented by the Instituto di Coltivazioni Arboree dell 
Universita di Torino, Torino. Received Feb. 20, 1967. 

318678 to 318682. Corylus avellana L. Betulaceae. Filbert. 

318678. 'Du Beam'. 318681. 'Payrone'. 

318679. 'Northamptonshire'. 318682. 'San Giovanni'. 

318680. 'Palla grossa'. 

318683. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

(Golden Delicious X Jonathan). 

318684. Vitis longii var. microsperma (Munson) Bailey Vita- 
ceae. 

From France. Cuttings presented by the Ecole Nationale Superieure, 
Agronomique De Montpellier, Montpellier. Received Feb. 20, 1967. 

318685. Phaseolus atropurpureus DC. Leguminosae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by the Arthur Yates & Co., Ltd., Sydney. 
Numbered Feb. 20, 1967. 

'Siratro'. 

318686 to 318690. 

From the Philippines. Seeds collected by D. E. Weibul, Agronomy Depart- 
ment, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Okla. Numbered Feb. 20, 
1967. 

318686. Cassia alata L. Leguminosae. Ringworm cassia. 

'Acapulca'. Makilala, Cotabato. December 1966. 



30 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318686 to 318690— Continued 

318687. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moeneh Gramineae. Kafircorn. 

'Bucacao'. Near Tarlac. Native Philippine sorghum; 9 feet tall, glumes 
awned, involute and nearly covering seed. Open drooping panicle, seed 
light or white, waxy. November 1966. 

318688. Sorghum sp. 

Canlubang Sugar Estate, Canlubang, Laguna. Plant 8 feet tall, long 
lanceolate leaves, saw edges; yellow midrib, open panicle, awnless; small 
seeds. December 1966. 

318689. Sorghum sp. 

Aroman Experiment Station, Bolakan, Cotabato. Closely resembles P. I. 
318688. 

318690. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

'Moco Bogo'. Local variety from Bureau of Plant Industry Economic 
Garden, Los Banos, Laguna. Originally from Cotabato. Small ears, 
conical shaped; kernels flinty. January 1967. 

318691 to 318703. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected in 1966 by H. S. Gentry, agricultural explorer, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Numbered Feb. 21, 1967. 

318691. Col. No. 22042. 'Frijol'. Twenty-one miles southeast of Cuidad 
Durango along Route 45 by water-marked cliffs. Elevation 6,000 feet. 
Grassland; fertile clay soil with talus rocks. Vigorous annual vines, 
trailing. Calyx and flowers green at base; petals pink; pods slender, 
pale green or green brindled purple, slightly succulent, abundant locally. 
Seed small, yellow; November 2. 

318692. Col. No. 22153. Ten miles south of Uruapan, Michoacan along 
road to Apatzingan; rocky, brushy, moist canyon. Elevation 4,400 feet. 
Vine running up on shrubs; perennial with long racemes of small pods; 
wings reddish lavender, banner purple in bud. Fruits pendulent. Seed 
very small, dark gray to brown, mottled; December 1-15, 1966. 

318693. Col. No. 22180. Two miles northeast of La Garrita, about 10 miles 
east of Tamazula, Jalisco. On moist brushy slope above cane fields. Ele- 
vation 4,200 feet. Slender vines climbing on leafy shrubs; pods small, 
green, hanging amid welter of foliage. Abundant west of town. Seed 
very small, brown to gray mottled; December 1-5, 1966. 

318694. Col. No. 22187. Three miles west of San Marcos on lower slope of 
Volcan de Colima, Jalisco. On volcanic ash and lava, fine silty soil. Ele- 
vation 4,600 feet. Thinly scattered on burned area. Small annual vines 
climbing on shrubs. Flowers lavender. Seed very small, brownish gray, 
mottled; December 1-15, 1966. 

318695. Col. No. 22189. Canyon in southwest footslope of Volcan de 
Colima, two miles north of Cofradia de Suchistlan, Colima. Elevation 
4,500 feet. Perennial vine; old stem light gray; pods unusually small, 
green. Flowers pink, large. Common. Seeds very small, dark brown 
and cinnamon; December 15-30. 

318696. Col. No. 22199. Six miles south of Tecalitlan, Jalisco, along road 
to Colima. Rocky igneous slope with secondary brushy vegetation. Ele- 
vation 4,000 feet. Short-lived perennial vines on shrubs; pods small, 
brindled with red or purplish. Seeds very small, gray mottled with dark 
stripe; December. 

318697. Col. No. 22202. Three miles south of Cuidad Guzman, Jalisco, 
along road to Colima. Weathered lava with Ipomoea trees, Hyptis and 
other shrubs. Elevation 5,000 feet. Perennial vines on shrubbery. 
Pods small. Seed very small, gray mottled; November 23. 



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318691 to 318703— Continued 

318698. Col. No. 22234. Trijolillo'. Three miles southeast of Tetitlan, 
Nayarit on edge of lava beds. Elevation 2,700 feet. Perennial vine; 
pods to 10 cm. long, large, brindled. Seeds small, light gray; November 
24-30. 

318699. Col. No. 22241. Lagunilla, nine km. east of Santa Maria del Oro, 
Nayarit. On straight road to lake. Elevation 2,500 feet. Perennial 
vines climbing on Acacia, Jatropha curcas, Celt-is ignanea, etc. Pods to 
4 inches long, brindled, plain; seeds small, shiny, gray to brown, mottled; 
November 26. 

318700. Col. No. 22260. 'Frijol de coyote'. Cirimicuaro, 10 miles east of 
Uruapan, Michoacan. Lava field with secondary vegetation. Elevation 
4,300 feet. Vines small, pods small. Abundant. Not eaten locally. 
Seeds very small, grayish brown. 

318701. Col. No. 22266. La Garrita, Jalisco. Elevation 4,000 feet. Single 
vine twined on Acacia farnesiana, no leaves. Seeds lavender, speckled, 
larger than others in these collections, in large, modernlike pod. Decem- 
ber 4. Rare, one plant only. 

318702. Col. No. 22274. Eleven miles northwest of Ixtlan del Rio, Nayarit. 
Edge of lava field. Elevation 3,350 feet. Small dry vines; pods mature, 
dry, pale yellow; on Verbes-ina and Hyptis shrubs. Seeds small, gray, 
mottled. 

318703. Col. No. 22277. Three and one-half miles east of Copala along 
road to Durango, Sinaloa. Shaded slope with secondary vegetation. 
Elevation 3,200 feet. Small dry vines; pods dry; seeds small, variable 
gray, December 7. 

318704. Orbignya barbosiana Burret Palmae. Babassu nut. 

From Guatemala. Seeds presented by T. T. Miller, McCormick and Company, 
Baltimore, Maryland. Numbered Feb. 21, 1967. 

Grown in Coban region. 

318705 to 318709. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the All- 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Numbered Feb. 21, 1967. 

318705. Betula ermanii Champ. Betulaceae. 
Arkhangelsk region. 

318706. Betula humilis Schrank 
Voronezh region. 

318707. Betula middendorffii Trautv. & Mey. in Middend. 
Voronezh region. 

318708. Juglans regia L. Juglandaceae. Persian walnut. 

Village of Strade; LVov region. From tree 28-30 years old, growing in 
sandy loam. Height 12 meters, diameter about 35 centimeters; never 
damaged by low temperatures. 

318709. Pinus eldarica Medw. Pinaceae. Pine. 
Baku region. 

318710 to 318714. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the All- 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Collected in 1966 by De- 
partment of Dendrology, Botanical Garden, Ukranian Academy of 
Sciences, Kiev. Numbered Feb. 21, 1967. 

318710. Betula davurica Pall. Betulaceae. Dahurian birch. 



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318710 to 318714— Continued 

318711. Betula ermanii Champ. 

318712. Betula humilis Schrank 

318713. Betula platyphylla Sukatchev Asian white birch. 

318714. Betula schmidtii Regel Schmidts birch. 

318715 and 318716. Coffea arabica L. Rubiaceae. 

Arabian coffee. 

From Ethiopia. Seedlings presented by V. Nastasi, Technical Director, De- 
partment of Agriculture, Asmara, Eritrea. Received October, 1966. 
Numbered Feb. 21, 1967. 

318715. 'Ennarea'. Faghena Experiment Station. 

318716. 'Moka\ Faghena Experiment Station. 

318717 to 318727. Hibiscus cannabinus L. Malvaceae. Kenaf. 

From France. Seeds presented by M. Arnoux, Institut National des Plantes 
Rechlerches Agronomique, Montpellier (Herault). Received through 
F. D. Wilson, Texas A. & M. University, College Station, Texas. Num- 
bered Feb. 23, 1967. 

Originally from Iran. 

318717. Florida No. A65-622. 

318718. Florida No. A65-623. 

318719. Florida No. A65-624. 

318720. Florida No. A65-625. 

318721. Florida No. A65-626. 

318722. Florida No. A65-627. 

318723. Florida No. A65-656. 
Originally from the Soviet Union. 

318724. Florida No. A65-657. Caucasus No. 235. 

318725. Florida No. A65-658. Caucasus No. 237. 

318726. Florida No. A65-659. Krasnodar No. 428. 

318727. Florida No. A65-660. Caucasus No. 432. 

318728. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Escola Superior de Agricultura, Piracicaba. 
Numbered Feb. 23, 1967. 

'Doce de Cuba'. 

318729 to 318744. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by J.P.F. Sellschop, 
College of Agriculture, Potchefstroom. Numbered Feb. 23, 1967. 

318729. 44 G 346. 318737. P 4865. 

318730. 51 G 510. 318738. P 4990. 

318731. 64 G 195. 318739. P 5195. 

318732. 64 G 202. 318740. E63/84/65/63. 

318733. 64 G 204. 318741. Sel. 5. 

318734. 64 G 208. 318742. Mutjan. 

318735. 64 G 280. 318743. Namash. 

318736. P 4166. 318744. Nelson Spanish. 



Iran 1. Bulk sample. 
Iran 2, plant 1. 
Iran 2, plant 3. 
Iran 2. Bulk sample. 
Iran 3. Bulk sample. 
Iran 4. Bulk sample. 
Iran local. 



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318745. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From England. Scions presented by the National Fruit Trials, Faversham, 
Kent. Received Feb. 24, 1967. 

'Holstein'. 

318746. Thuarea involuta (G. Forst.) R. Br. ex Roem. & Schult. 
Gramineae. 

From New Caledonia. Stolons presented by the South Pacific Commission, 
Noumea. Received Feb. 27, 1967. 

Collected by Dr. Schmid, Centre ORSTOM, Noumea. 

318747. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

From Uganda. Seeds presented by Serere Experiment Station, Department 
of Agriculture, Soroti. Numbered Feb. 28, 1967. 

Teso'. Collected in general vicinity of the Research Station. Elevation 
3,700 feet. 

318748. Cytisus nigricans L. Leguminosae. Spike broomcorn. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Hess. Lehr-Und Forschungsanstalt fur 
Wein, Obst-Und Gartenbau, 6222 Geisenheim (Rheingau). Numbered 
Feb. 28, 1967. 

318749 to 318755. 

From the Philippines. Seeds collected January 1967, by D. E. Weibul, Agron- 
omy Department, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Okla. Num- 
bered Feb. 28, 1967. 

318749. Coix lacryma-gobi L. Gramineae. Jobs-tears. 
University of Philippines, College of Agriculture, Los Banos, Laguna. 

318750. Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Ragi. 
Bureau of Plant Industry Economic Garden, Los Banos, Laguna. 

318751. Panicum miliaceum L. Gramineae. Proso millet. 
Bureau of Plant Industry Economic Garden, Los Banos, Laguna. 

318752. Setaria italica (L.) Beauv. Gramineae. Foxtail millet. 

Bureau of Plant Industry Economic Garden, Los Banos, Laguna. 
Glutinous. 

318753 and 318754. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. 

Kafircorn. 

318753. Anao, Tarlac. Outcross in Feterita. Sienna glume, light red 
seed awns. 

318754. 'Feterita'. Anao, Tarlac. 

318755. Sorghum sp. 

One half km. inside guard gate of Hacienda Luisita, Tarlac, Tarlac. 

318756 and 318757. Nicotiana tabacum L. Solanaceae. 

Tobacco. 

From Colombia. Seeds collected by Gilberto Varela L., Colombian Tobacco 
Institute and presented through the Office of the Agricultural Attache, 
American Embassy, Bogota. Numbered Feb. 28, 1967. 

318756. 'Costillo Habano'. Espinal, Tolima Department. March 1966. 

318757. 'Costello Negro'. Flandes, Tolima Department. February 1966. 



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318758 to 318794. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From India. Cuttings presented by the Director, Sugarcane Breeding In- 
stitute, Coimbatore. Received Feb. 28, 1967. 

318777. I.A. 1303. 

318778. LA. 1344. 

318779. LA. 1352. 

318780. LA. 1368. 

318781. LA. 1390. 

318782. LA. 1425. 

318783. LA. 1479. 

318784. LA. 1481. 

318785. LA. 1499. 

318786. LA. 1517. 

318787. LA. 1523. 

318788. SES 183. 

318789. SES 184B. 

318790. SES 199B. 

318791. SES 248. 

318792. SES 323. 

318793. SES 366. 

318794. SES 373. (Rooted). 

318795 to 318799. 

From Sweden. Scions presented by the Agricultural College of Sweden, 
Alnarp. Received Mar. 3, 1967. 

318795 to 318797. Prunus avium L. Rosaceae. Sweet cherry. 

318795. 'Drogsperyd'. 

318796. 'Erianne'. 

318797. 'Orelund'. 

318798 and 318799. Prunus domestica L. Common plum. 

318798. 'Mallard'. 

318799. 'Tuna'. 

318800 to 318821. 

From Ghana. Seeds presented by Botany Department, University of Ghana, 
Legon. Numbered Mar. 3, 1967. 

318800. Canna indica L. Cannaceae. 

318801. Cassia mimosoides L. Leguminosae. 

318802. Cassia occidentalis L. 

318803. Centrosema pubescens Benth. Leguminosae. 

318804. Coix lacryma-jobi L. Gramineae. Jobs-tears. 

318805. Crotalaria goreensis Guill. & Perr. Leguminosae. 

318806. Desmodium velutinum (Willd.) DC. Leguminosae. 

318807. Heuotropium indicum L. Boragineae. 



318758. 


Desi Pounda 


318759. 


Co. L. 29. 


318760. 


Co. 607. 


318761. 


Co. 785. 


318762. 


Co. 807. 


318763. 


Co. 970. 


318764. 


Co. 975. 


318765. 


Co. 1148. 


318766. 


Co. 1287. 


318767. 


Co. 1295. 


318768. 


Co. 1296. 


318769. 


Co. 6602. 


318770. 


Co. 6604. 


318771. 


Co. 62174. 


318772. 


LA. 133. 


318773. 


LA. 145. 


318774. 


LA. 996. 


318775. 


LA. 1046. 


318776. 


LA. 1141. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 35 

318800 to 318821— Continued 

318808. Indigofera arrecta Hochst. Leguminosae. 

318809. Ixora coccinea L. Rubiaceae. 

318810. Ixora duffii T. Moore. 

318811. Mussaenda erythrophylla Schum. & Thonn. Rubiaceae. 

318812. Panicum maximum Jacq. Gramineae. Guineagrass. 

318813. Sesbania grandiflora (L.) Poir. Leguminosae. 

318814. Tephrosia elegans Schum. Leguminosae. 

318815. Tephrosia purpurea (L.) Pers. 

318816. Tephrosia purpurea (L.) Pers. 

318817. Tephrosia noctiflora Bojer 

318818. Vernonia cinerea Less Compositae. 

318819. Vernonia colorata Drake 

318820 and 318821. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

318820. No. 1. 

318821. No. 2. 

318822 to 318832. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected October-November 1966 by H. S. Gentry, 
agricultural explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, 
Beltsville, Md. Numbered Mar. 3, 1967. 

318822 to 318824. Cucurbita moschata Duchesne ex Poir Cucurbitaceae. 

Cushaw. 

318822. Col. No. 22011. 'Chichicoyote'. Short-tree forest near Arroyo 
de Turass, Rio Mayo, Sonora. Elevation 2,000 feet. Pepos with en- 
larged peduncle hanging along trail. 

318823. Col. No. 22123. 'Semilla guayeca'. Market in Aguascalientes, 
Aguascalientes. Seed small with wide, erose, yellow margin. 

318824. Col. No. 22255. 'Calabasa'. Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. 
Elevation 4,800 feet. Large indigenous pepo. 

318825. Cucurbita cf. moschata Duchesne ex Poir. Cushaw. 

Col. No. 22182. LaGarrita, 10 miles east of Tamazula, Jalisco. Elevation 
4,000 feet. Vine, climbing on shrubs and trees; dark green, white-spotted, 
oblong pepos. 

318826 to 318830. Cucurbita pepo L. Pumpkin. 

318826. Col. No. 22068. Tonachi, 20 miles north of Huachochic, Chihua- 
hua. Elevation 6,500 feet. Cultivated by Tarahumara Indians. 

318827. Col. No. 22073. Caborachi, 15 miles east of Huachochic, 
Chihuahua. Along road, in pines on volcanics. Elevation 7,500 feet. 
Cultivated by Tarahumara Indians. 

318828. Col. No. 22101. 'Calabaza'. Market in Zacatecas, Zacatecas. 
Elevation 7,000 feet. Local type. 

318829. Col. No. 22122. 'Semilla de agua\ Market in Aguascalientes, 
Aguascalientes. Elevation 6,000 feet. Edible. 

318830. Col. No. 22256. 'Calabasa'. Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. 
Elevation 4,800 feet. Used as summer squash when young and tender. 
Resembles zucchini. 

318831. Cucurbita sp. 

Col. No. 22302. La Garrita, 10 miles east of Tamazula, Jalisco. Large 
vine running in small tree. Pepo depressed globose. 



36 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



318822 to 318832— Continued 

318832. Cucurbita sp. 

Col. No. 22298. 'Chichicayota'. Nine miles north of Movas, Sonora. 
Vine growing on trees. 

318833. Crambe cordifolia Stev. Cruciferae. 

From Czechoslovakia. Seeds presented in 1958 by Botanic Garden, Komen- 
sheko University, Bratislava. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

318834. Pinus strobus f. prostrata (Beiss.) Fern. & Weath. 
Pinaceae. 

From England. Grafts presented by the Director, Royal Botanic Gardens, 
Kew, Richmond, Surrey. Received Mar. 7, 1967. 

318835 to 318839. Pyrus communis L. Rosaceae. 

Common pear. 

From Poland. Scions presented by Research Institute of Pomology, Skier- 
niewice. Received Jan. 24, 1967. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

318835. 'Angko-li\ 

318836. 'Beurre Zimniaya Michurina'. 

318837. 'Gliva Ukrainskaya'. 

318838. 'Menie'. 

318839. 'Sorbus-Pyrus'. 

318840. Phalaris coerulescens Desf. Gramineae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by J, McWilliams, Plant Materials 
Technician, Soil Conservation Service, Big Flats, New York. Numbered 
Mar. 6, 1967. 

Originally from Algeria. 

318841 and 318842. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From India. Seeds presented by the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 
Division of Plant Introduction, New Delhi. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

318841. PTB-10. 

TR-1. 



Mutant. Hyderabad. 
318842. TR-1. Hyderabad. 

318843 to 318861. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. 



Convolvulaceae. 
Sweetpotato. 

From New Zealand. Cuttings presented bv Department of Scientific and 
Industrial Research, Otara, to J. C. Miller, Louisiana State University, 
Baton Rouge, La. Received Nov. 14, 1966. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

Original sources as indicated. 

318843. N. Z. 27 (M 7). Hong Kong. 

318844. N. Z. 112.(103 PH). <Gohan\ 

318845. N.Z. 151 (141 PH). Tattaki 

318846. N.Z. 196 (613). Dili, Timor. 

318847. N.Z. 395 (716). 

318848. N.Z. 404 (726). 

318849. N.Z. 551 (843). 

318850. N.Z. 562 (856). 

318851. N.Z. 563 (857). 



Hapo, Ifugao, Philippines. 
Bayyu, Bontoc, Philippines. 



Vila, New Hebrides. 

'Kumala Belep'. Chabwen, New Caledonia. 
'Rapa'. Ua-Huga, Marquesas Islands. 
Toro tenia'. Va Pau, Marquesas Islands. 
'Hou'. Va-Pau, Marquesas Islands. 





JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 


318843 to 318861— Continued 


318852. 


N. Z. 606 (CH 1). Chicama V., Peru. 


318853. 


N. Z. 609 (CH 6) . Tierma de Viuda'. Chicama V. 


318854. 


N. Z. 636 (HU 6). Huacho, Peru. 


318855. 


N. Z. 642 (LI 1). Lima, Peru. 


318856. 


N. Z. 643 (LI 3). Lima, Peru. 


318857. 


N. Z. 647 (LM 2). 'Chancleta'. Lima, Peru. 


318858. 


N. Z. 654 (07). Tingo Maria, Peru. 


318859. 


N. Z. 657 (J 2). Julian, Callejon de Huaylas, Peru. 


318860. 


N. Z. 672 (DM 2). Felidia, Colombia. 


318861. 


N. Z. 673. (FI 2). Felidia, Colombia. 


318862. 


Prunus domestica L. Rosacea. C 



37 



Peru. 



Common plum. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Budwood presented by the 
All-Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received Feb. 20, 1967. 
Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

'Michurin's Persicovaya* 

318863. Eragrostis papposa (Duf. ex R. & S.) Steud. Grami- 
neae. Lovegrass. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by S. H. Fuchs, Plant Materials 
Technician, Soil Conservation Service, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Numbered 
Mar. 6, 1967. 

Originally from Tunisia. 

318864. Melica ciliata L. Gramineae. Melic. 

From the United States. Seeds collected December 1964, by J. McWilliams, 
Plant Materials Technician, Soil Conservation Service, Big Flats, N.Y. 
Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

Originally from Algeria. 

318865. Viburnum incarnum Graebn. Caprifoliaceae. 

From Peru. Cuttings collected April 1966 by A. C. Macurdy, Cranbury, New 
Jersey. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

Along road from Huanuco to Panao, 19.5 km. from intersection of main road 
Huanuco to Tingo Maria. Elevation 2,300 to 2,500 meters. Plants scarce; 
shrub to 2 meters ; flowers white. 

318866 to 318870. Pyrus communis L. Rosaceae. 

Common pear. 

From Italy. Scions presented by Centro di Studio Miglioramento Piante da 
Frutto, Firenze. Received Feb. 8, 1967. Numbered Mar. 6, 1967. 

318866. 'Andre Desportes'. 318869. 'Morettini 113'. 

318867. 'Leopardo Morettini'. 318870. 'Spadoncini'. 

318868. 'Morettini 64'. 

318871 to 318884. 

From Japan. Cuttings and scions presented by the Horticultural Research 
Station, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. 
Received Mar. 7, 1967. 

318871 to 318873. Pyrus calleryana Decne. Rosaceae. Callery pear. 

318871. 'Inunashi'. 



38 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318871 to 318884— Continued 
318871 to 318873— Continued 

318872. 'Mamenashi-6\ 

318873. 'Mamenashi-7'. 

318874. Pyrus ussuraiensis var. hondoensis (Kik. & Nak.) Rehder 

'Aonashi\ 
318875 to 318878. Vitis thunbergii Sieb. & Zucc. Vitaceae. 

318875. 'Ebizuru Vl-6\ Male. 318878. 'Ebizuru V10-10\ 

318876. 'Ebizuru V17-7'. Female Female. 

318877. 'Ebizuru V10-9'. Male. 

318879. Vitis sp. 
'Igawa-200\ 

318880. Vitis sp. 
'Igawa-205\ 

318881. Vitis sp. 
'Igawa-210\ 

318882. Vitis sp. 
'Igawa-250'. 

318883. Vitis sp. 
'Tachikawa No. V. 

318884. Vitis sp. 
'Tachikawa No. 3'. 

318885. Fragaria (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From the Netherlands. Plants presented by the Institute of Horticultural 
Plant Breeding, Wageningen. Received Mar. 8, 1967. 

'Elista'. 

318886. Allium cepa L. Liliaceae. Onion. 

From the United States. Seeds grown in 1960 and presented by E. W. Davis, 
Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Md. Num- 
bered Mar. 9, 1967. 

Selection from P.I. 249899 collected 1958, Lisbon, Portugal. Light pink 
bulb; segregates for dark anther color (Marker gene). 

318887 to 318896. Trifolium pratense L. Leguminosae. 

Red clover. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented by the National Institute of Agrobotany, 
Tapioszele. Land races based on localities where discovered, grown and 
collected. Numbered Mar. 9, 1967. 

318887. No. 7315/66. 'Bakonyi'. Drought resistant; extensively grown. 

318888. No. 7317/67. 'Cigandi'. Very leafy; not drought resistant. Be- 
longs to type group 'Bodrogkozi'. 

318889. No. 7313/66. 'Godorhazai'. Favorable ratio of leaves to stems. 
One to two days later flowing than other early types. 

318890. No. 7319/66. 'Kondorfai'. Similar to P.I. 318889. 

318891. No. 7314/66. 'Lokuti'. Early type, prostrate; excellent propor- 
tion of leaves to stems. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 39 

318887 to 318896— Continued 

318892. No. 7311/67. 'Pocsaji'. Drought resistant. Belongs to type 
group 'Szatmari'. 

318893. No. 7312/66. 'Szentgyrogyvolgyi\ Similar to P.I. 318889. 

318894. No. 7320/66. 'Taplanszentkereszti\ Improved variety bred from 
several land races belong to type group 'Orsegi'. 

318895. No. 7318/66. 'Vasmegyei'. From Vas County, bordering on Bur- 
genland of Austria. Similar to type group 'Orsegi*. 

318896. No. 7316/66. 'Velemeri'. Similar to P.I. 318889. 

318897 to 318916. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected December 1966 by C. E. Smith, New Crops 
Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Num- 
bered Mar. 9, 1967. 

318897 and 318898. Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Ragi. 

318897. Col. No. 4535. Market in Adiugn. Mixed with grasses, es- 
pecially Setaria. 

318898. Col. No. 4551. 'Dagusa'. Market in Addis Ababa. 

318899 to 318903. Eragrostis tef (Zuccagni) Trotter Gramineae. Teff. 

318899. Col. No. 4542. Market in Asmara. White teff mixed with red 
teff. Also mixed with Panicum, other grasses and Amaranthus. 

318900. Col. No. 4543. Market in Asmara. Red teff. Mixed with 
Panicum and other grasses. 

318901. Col. 4549. Market in Addis Ababa. White teff mixed with red. 
Also mixed with other grasses, especially Panicum, Amaranthus and 
weeds. 

318902. Col. No. 4550. Market in Addis Ababa. Red teff. Mixed with 
other grasses. 

318903. Col. No. 4553. 'Manjna'. Market in Addis Ababa. White teff. 
Mixed with other grasses, especially Panicum and Setaria; also Amar- 
anthus and Plantago. 

318904. Pennisetum spicatum (L.) Willd. Gramineae. Pearl millet. 

Col. No. 4541. Market in Asmara. Mixed with Sorghum bicolor. 

318905 to 318916. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. Kafircorn. 

318905. Col. No. 4533. Market in Adiugri. 

318906. Col. No. 4534. Market in Adiugri. 

318907. Col. No. 4537. Market in Asmara. Mixed. 

318908. Col. No. 4538. Market in Asmara. 

318909. Col. No. 4539. Market in Asmara. 

318910. Col. No. 4540. Market in Asmara. 

318911. Col. No. 4546. 'Mashila'. Market in Addis Ababa. 
Mixture. 

318912. Col. No. 4547. 'Zangada'. Market in Addis Ababa. 

318913. Col. No. 4548. 'Zangada'. Market in Addis Ababa. 
Mixture. 

318914. Col. No. 4554. 'Marshila'. Market in Addis Ababa. 
Yellow. Sorghum mixture along with Lolium, Secale and Hordeum. 

318915. Col. No. 4556. 'Misinga'. Market in Denaba on road between 
Addis Ababa and Jimma. 

318916. Col. No. 4562. 'Misinga'. Market in Kumbi. Mixture. 



40 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318917. Vitis sp. Vitaceae. 

From Venezuela. Cuttings presented by George Gibbs, Barquisimeto. Re- 
ceived Mar. 10, 1967. 

Wild type. 

318918 to 318921. 

From France. Rooted plants presented by G. Odier, Le Temple- Sur-Lot. Re- 
ceived Mar. 10, 1967. 

318918 and 318919. Prunus avium L. Rosaceae. Sweet cherry. 

318918. 'Guigne du Lot'. 

318919. 'Loustau Bigarreau'. 

318920 and 318921. Prunus domestica L. Common plum. 

318920. 'CoufignaF. Prune type. 

318921. 'Reine Claude Larroche'. 

318922 to 319147. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by the Institute Forestal de Investigaciones y 
Experiencias, Madrid, via the United States Embassy, Rome, Italy. 
Public Law 480 Project E-25-FS-1. Numbered Mar. 13, 1967. 

318922. Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. 

Crested wheatgrass. 

B-176. Fraga, Huesca. 1964. 

318923. Agropyron intermedium (Host) Beauv. 

Intermediate wheatgrass. 

B-13. Zaragoza. 1962. (See also A. glaucum, P.I. 302828). 

318924 to 318933. Agrostis castellana Boiss. & Reut. Gramineae. 

Bentgrass. 

Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. June 1963. 

Aldeaquemada, Jaen. July 1963. 

Viver de la Sierra, Zaragoza. August 1963. 

Ciudad Real. 1963. 

Candeleda, Avila. July 1962. 

Almodovar del Campo, Ciudad Real. July 1962. 

Los Navalmorales, Toledo. July 1962. Mixed several 
(See also A. alba, P.I. 287740). 

Torrecilla de la Jara, Toledo. July 1962. (See also 
A. alba, P.I. 287741). 

318932. F-137. Salcedo, Zaragoza. April 1965. (See also A. sp., P.I. 

289644). 

318933. F-252. Grimaldo, Caceres. June 1963. 

318934. Agrostis sp. 

F-251. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1963. (See also A. alba, P.I. 
302902). 

318935. Alopecurus geniculatus L. Gramineae. Water foxtail. 

E-87. Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real. June 1962. (See also A. pratensis, 
P.I. 302832, and A. myosuroides, P.I. 289647) . 

318936. Alopecurus pratensis L. Meadow foxtail. 

E-68. Miquelturra, Ciudad Real. June 1963. (See also A. arundina- 
ceus, P.I. 289646. 



318924. 


A-76. 


318925. 


A-208. 


318926. 


B-113. 


318927. 


B-129. 


318928. 


C-57. 


318929. 


E-59. 


318930. 


F-123. 


other 


species. 


318931. 


F-124. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 67 41 

318922 to 319147— Continued 

318937. Anthyllis vulneraria L. Leguminosae. Kidneyvetch. 

C-142. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1963. 

318938. Aphyllanhes monspeliensis L. Liliaceae. 
F-681. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1964. 

318939. Argyrolobium linnaeanum Walp. Leguminosae. 

F-501. (F-550). Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1964. 

318940 to 318943. Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Presl. Gramineae. 

Tall oatgrass. 

318940. A-320. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1963. 

318941. B-58. Leon. 1962. 

318942. D-55. Caravaca, Murcia. June 1962. 

318943. E-17. Buenavista de la Valdavia, Palencia. September 1962. 
318944 to 318946. Astragalus cymbaecarpus Brot. Leguminosae. 

318944. A-82. Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. 1963. 

318945. G-82. Grimaldos, Caceres. July 1965. 

318946. M-142. Alburquerque, Badajoz. July 1964. (See also A. 
bourgaeanus, P.I. 289649). 

318947. Astragalus hamosus L. 
A-310. Cuenca. 1964. 

318948. Astragalus incanus L. 

C-148. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1963. (See also A. sp., 
P.I. 302858). 

318949. Astragalus macrorrhizus Cav. 

A-340. Santiago de la Espada, Jaen. July 1963. 
318950 to 318956. Avena bromoides Gouan Gramineae, 

318950. A-168. Ruidera, Ciudad Real. 1963. 

318951. B-57. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. July 1962. 

318952. B-178. Olmeda del Rey, Cuenca. 1964. 

318953. D-95. Aina, Albacete. June 1965. 

318954. F-110. Montalban, Teruel. 1965. 

318955. G-24. (A-251). Urda, Toledo. July 1962. 

318956. H-2. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. July 1962. 
318957. Helictotrichon sulcatum (Gay) Henr. Gramineae. 

B-40. Medinasidonia, Cadiz. June 1962. 

318958 to 318961. Brachypodium phoenicoides (L.) Roem. & Schult. 
Gramineae. 

318958. A-125. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1962. 

318959. A-218. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1963. 

318960. G-7. Torrecilla de la Jara, Toledo. July 1962. (See also B. 
sylvaticum, P.I. 287787). 

318961. G-30. Los Yenenes, Toledo. July 1962. 
318962. Brachypodium sylvaticum (Huds.) Beauv. 

F-88. Candeleda, Avila. July 1962. 



42 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



318922 to 319147— Continued 

318963. Coronilla minima L. Leguminosae. 

A-294. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. June 1964. 

318964 and 318965. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermuda grass. 

Urda, Toledo. 1963. 

Garrovilla, Caceres. June 1963. 

Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

Viver de la Sierra, Zaragoza. 1963. 

Cazorla, Jaen. 1963. Contaminant with weed seeds. 

Ocana, Toledo. July 1964. 

Burgos. 1963. 

Villatoya, Albacete. 1963. 
(A-23). Torrecilla de la Jara, Toledo. June 1963. 

Olmeda del Rey, Cuenca. 1964. 

Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1963. 

Barbate de Franco, Cadiz. June 1963. 

Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. June 1963. 

Navas del Moro, Cordoba. % 1963. 

Cuenca. 1963. 

Cuenca. 1963. 

Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. 1963. 
Festuca ampla Hack. Gramineae. Fescue. 

1962. (See also F. 



318964. 


C-237. 


318965. 


C-284. 


318966 to 318979. 


318966. 


A-47. 


318967. 


A-163. 


318968. 


A-199. 


318969. 


A-227. 


318970. 


A-339. 


318971. 


B-49. 


318972. 


B-174. 


318973. 


B-185. 


318974. 


C-134. 


318975. 


C-143. 


318976. 


C-252. 


318977. 


C-286. 


318978. 


F-276. 


318979. 


F-299. 


318980 to 318984. 



(See also F. ovina, 
(See also F. 



318980. A-136. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 
rubra, P.I. 302895). 

318981. B-52. Cea, Leon. September 1962. 

318982. C-67. Torrelodones, Madrid. July 1962. 
P.I. 289652. 

318983. D-59. Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real. July 1962. 
rubra, P.I. 289653). 

318984. D-74. Almodovar del Campo, Ciudad Real. July 1962. 
318985 to 318988. Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Tall fescue. 

318985.. B-96. Tijola, Almeria. 1963. 

318986. B-170. Ciudad Real. June 1963. 

318987. D-72. (A-173). Ruidera, Ciudad Real. June 1962. 
F. elatior, P.I. 287821 and F. rubra, P.I. 302894). 

318988. F-378. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. 
318989 and 318990. Festuca ovina L. 

318989. B-59. Calatayud, Zaragoza. July 1962. 

318990. H-5. Burgos. 1962. 
318991. Festuca pratensis Huds. 

T-20. El Bercial, Badajoz. 1962. 
318992 and 318993. Festuca rubra L. 

318992. A-123. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1962. 

318993. B-53. Cea, Leon. September 1962. 



(See also 



June 1964. 

Sheep fescue. 



Meadow fescue. 



Red fescue. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



43 



318922 to 319147— Continued 

318994. Hedysarum coronarium L. Leguminosae. Sulla. 

C-144. Algeciras, Cadiz. June 1963. 
318995 and 318996. Hippocrepis commutata Pau Leguminosae. 

318995. C-77. (C-136). Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. July 1962. 
(See also H. sp., P.I. 289657) . 

318996. G-67. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. July 1962. 
(See also H. multisiliquosa, P.I. 287838) . 

318997. Hippocrepis glauca Ten. 

M-73. Ruidera, Ciudad Real. June 1962. (See also H. comosa, P.I. 
287835). 

318998. Hippocrepis multisiliquosa L. 
C-194. Armuna, Almefia. July 1963. 

318999 and 319000. Hippocrepis salzmannii Boiss. & Reut. 

318999. C-63. (A-215). Puerto de Santa Maria, Cadiz. June 1963. 
(See also H. multisiliquosa, P.I. 287837) . 

319000. D-42. Rota, Cadiz. June 1963. (See also H. multisiliquosa, 
P.I. 302906). 

319001. Hippocrepis scabra DC. 
C-196. Tijola, Almefia. July 1963. 

319002. Deschampsia reuteri Pilg. Gramineae. 
F-75. Los Barrios, Cadiz. 

319003. Hordeum bulbosum L. Gramineae. Bulbous barley. 
D-60. Vejer de la Frontera, Cadiz. June 1963. 

319004 to 319011. Koeleria caudata (Link) Steud. Gramineae. 

319004. A-72. (A-71). Castrocalbon, Leon. July 1962. (See also K. 
cristata, P.I. 302912 for (A-71). 

319005. A-75. Castrocalbon, Leon. July 1962. (See also K. sp., P.I. 



302918). 
319006. A-131. 



319007. 
319008. 
319009. 
319010. 
319011. 



D-45. 
E-16. 
E-42. 
E-96. 
F-191. 



319012 to 319016. 

Schult. 



Cea, Leon. September 1962. 
Herradon Canada, Avila. July 1962. 
Cea, Leon. September 1962. 
Castrocalbon, Leon. July 1962. 
Santiago de la Espada, Jaen. July 1963. 

Castrocalbon, Le n. July 1962. 

Koeleria vallesiana (Honck.) Bertol. in Roem. & 



Olmeda del Rey, Cuenca. June 1963. 
Villatoya, Albacete. 1963. 
Cuenca. 1963. 

Caravaca, Murcia. July 1962. 
Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. June 1964. 

Perennial ryegrass. 
(See also L. multiflorum, P.I. 



319012. A-271. 

319013. A-328. 

319014. C-223. 

319015. E-92. 

319016. F-319. 

319017. Lolium perenne L. Gramineae 

F-65. Algeciras, Cadiz. July 1962. 
287847). 



44 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318922 to 319147— Continued 

319018. Lolium rigidum Gaud. Wimmera ryegrass. 

A-161. Barbate, Cadiz. June 1963. 
319019 and 319020. Lotus arenarius Brot. Leguminosae. 

319019. C-22. Tarifa, Cadiz. June 1962. (See also L. creticus, P.I. 
287858). 

319020. C-165. Barbate de Franco, Cadiz. June 1963. 

319021. Lotus sp. 

G-8. La Ercina, Leon. August 1963. (See also L. comiculatus P.I. 
302922). 

319022. Lotus sp. 

G-19. Litos, Zanora. June 1962. 

319023. Lotus sp. 

G-29. Tabora, Zamora. June 1962. 

319024. Lotus sp. 

F-92. Candeleda, Avila. July 1962. 

319025. Lotus sp. 

F-221. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1964. 

319026. Medicago lupulina L. Leguminosae. Black medic. 
M-92. Molinicos, Albacete. July 1962. 

319027 and 319028. Medicago orbicularis (L.) All. Buttonclover medic. 

319027. A-49. (F-317). Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. June 1963. 

(A-286). Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. July 1964. 

Medicago polymorpha var. vulgaris (Benth.) Shinners 

California burclover. 

Campo Macias, Caceres. June 1963. 

Jaen. July 1963. 

Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. July 1963. 

Urda, Toledo. July 1963. 

Manchita, Badajoz. June 1963. 

319034. G-76. Villatoya, Albacete. July 1962. (See also M. minima, 
P.I. 287867). 

319035. M-2. Madrid. July 1962. 

319036. M-71. Miquelturra, Ciudad Real. July 1964. (See also M. 
tribuloides, P.I. 289663). 

319037. M-150. Herrera del Duque, Badajoz. 

319038. C-145. Los Navalmorales, Toledo. 1963. 

319039 to 319042. Medicago rigidula Desr. In Lam. Tifton medic. 

319039. C-260. Grimaldos, Caceres. June 1963. 

319040. F-678. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1964. 

319041. G-23. Urda, Toledo. July 1963. (See also M. turbinata, P.I. 
287892). 

319042. G-71. Riopar, Albacete. June 1965. (See also M. gerardii, 
P.I. 287866). 

319043 and 319044. Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa. 



319028. 


F-321. 


319029 to 319038. 


319029. 


C-187. 


319030. 


C-216. 


319031. 


C-220. 


319032. 


C-243. 


319033. 


F-695. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 45 

318922 to 319147— Continued 
319043 to 319044— Continued 

319043. A-216. Banuelos del Rudron, Burgos. September 1963. 

319044. A-287. Burgos. September 1964. 
319045. Medicago tribuloides Desr. 

C-176. Urda, Toledo. 1963. 
319046 to 319050. Medicago turbinata (L.) All. 

319046. A-219. Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. 1964. 

319047. A-297. Ciudad Real. June 1963. 

319048. B-93. Cordoba. 1963. 

319049. D-87. Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. July 1962. 
(See also M. polymorphs, P.I. 287883) . 

319050. F-279. Ciudad Real. 1963. 

319051. Medicago sp. 

C-195. Armuna, Aimer ia. July 1963. 

319052. Melilotus sulcata Desf. Leguminosae. Sweetclover. 

G-63. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. (See also M. sp., P.I. 
289668). 

319053 and 319054. Onobrychis eriophora (Pour.) Desv. Leguminosae. 

319053. A-343. Urda, Toledo. 1964. 

319054. A-23. (C-246). Urda, Toledo. June 1964. 
319055 to 319057. Onobrychis stenorhiza DC. 

319055. G-6. Periago, Murcia. June 1962. 

319056. G-55. Caravaca, Murcia. June 1962. 
Maria, Almefia. June 1962. 

Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Sainfoin. 

Villaescusa de Butron, Burgos. August 1962. 

Ayoluengo, Burgos. August 1963. 

Moradillo de Sedano, Burgos. August 1963. 
Tubilla del Agua, Burgos. 
Burgos. September 1962. 
319063 and 319064. Ornithopus compressus L. Leguminosae. 

319063. F-655. Villarta de los Montes, Badajoz. September 1963. 

319064. F-670. Badajoz. 1964. 

319065. Oryzopsis miliacea (L.) Benth. & Hook, ex Aschers & Schweinf. 
Gramineae. Smilograss. 

F-296. Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. 1964. 

319066 to 319074. Phalaris aquatica L. Gramineae. Large canarygrass. 

Cordoba. 1963. 

Caceres. 1963. 

Herrera del Duque, Badajoz. July 1963. 

Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1962. 

Almodobar del Campo, Ciudad Real. June 1963. 

Villatoya, Albacete. 1963. 



319057. 


M-183. 


9058 to 319062. 


319058. 


B-25. 


319059. 


B-175. 


319060. 


B-179. 


319061. 


E-98. 


319062. 


T-14. 



319066. 


C-118. 


319067. 


C-137. 


319068. 


C-153. 


319069. 


C-200. 


319070. 


C-242. 


319071. 


C-279. 



46 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

318922 to 319147— Continued 
319066 to 319074 — Continued 

319072. F-157. (C-200). Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1962. 

319073. F-302. Olivenza, Badajoz. 1963. 

319074. T-17. Burgos. October 1962; December 1962. 
319075. Phalaris coerulescens Desf . 

D-84. Campanario, Badajoz. July 1962. (See also P. sp., P.I. 289670). 
319076 to 319078. Phleum nodosum L. Gramineae. 

319076. F-24. Cea, Leon. September 1962. 

319077. F-174. Cea, Leon. September 1962. 

319078. M-216. Urda, Toledo. October 1965. 

319079 and 319080. Phleum pratense L. Common timothy. 

319079. F-488. Burgos. August 1964. 

319080. T-2. Burgos. September 1962. 

319081. Poa bulbosa L. Gramineae. Bulbous bluegrass. 

A-327. Aguas Viejas, Badajoz. 1964. 
319082 and 319083. Psoralea bituminosa L. Leguminosae. Scurf-pea. 

319082. C-95. Caravaca, Murcia. July 1962. 

319083. E-30. Totana, Murcia. July 1962. 

319084 and 319085. Poterium sanguisorba L. Rosaceae. 

319084. B-16. Burgos. August 1962. (See also S. minor, P.I. 302957). 

319085. D-38. Buenavista de Valdavia, Palencia. 1962. 
Sanguisorba magnolii (Spach) Rothm. & Silva Rosa- 

Urda, Toledo. 1964. 

Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1964. 

Torrecilla de la Jara, Toledo. June 1962. 

Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1963. 

Cazorla, Jaen. 1963. 

(B-155). Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. July 1963. 
(See also S. minor, P.I. 287927) . 

319092. F-291. Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1963. (See also 
S. minor, P.I. 302959). 

319093. G-14. (F-282). Los Navalmorales, Toledo. July 1962. (See 
also S. minor, P.I. 287929) . 

319094 to 319102. Sanguisorba muricata (Spach) Focke 

319094. A-30. Moros, Zaragosa. July 1963. (See also S. minor, P.I. 
287923). 

319095. A-140. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1962. (See also S. 
minor, P.I. 302955). 

319096. A-326. Zaragoza. August 1963. (See also S. minor, P.I. 
302956). 

319097. C-212. Navas del Moro, Cordoba. 1963. 

319098. D-20. Puebla de Don Rodrigo, Ciudad Real. July 1962. (See 
also S. minor, P.I. 287924) . 



319086 to 319093. 


cea. 




319086. 


A-159. 


319087. 


A-262. 


319088. 


B-92. 


319089. 


B-177. 


319090. 


C-203. 


319091. 


E-67. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



47 



319101. 


F-389. 


319102. 


F-676. 


319103 to 


319115. 


319103. 


A-235. 


319104. 


A-325. 


319105. 


A-325. 


319106. 


A-335. 



319109. 


C-261. 


319110. 


D-71. 


319111. 


F-60. 


319112. 


F-204. 


319113. 


F-293. 


319114. 


F-367. 


319115. 


F-541. 


319116 to 319118. 


319116. 


C-288. 


319117. 


F-128. 


319118. 


F-370. 


319119 to 319124. 


319119. 


A-214. 


319120. 


A-254. 


319121. 


A-277. 


319122. 


D-24. 


319123. 


F-498. 


319124. 


F-696. 


319125 to 319127. 


319125. 


A-276. 


319126. 


C-245. 


319127. 


b-i. 



June 1962. (See also S. 



1962. 



318922 to 319147— Continued 
319094 to 319102— Continued 

319099. D-66. Puebla de Don Rodrigo, Ciudad Real. (See also S. 
minor, P.I. 287925). 

319100. F-297. Sos del Rey Catolico, Zaragoza. 1963. 

Villatoya, Albacete. 1963. 

(G-25). Jarque, Zaragoza. August 1963. 

Scorpiurus subvillosa L. Leguminosae. 

Scorpiontail. 

Los Molares, Cordoba. 1964. 

Los Molares, Cordoba. 1964. 

Priego, Cordoba. 1964. 

Priego, Cordoba. 1964. 

319107. C-66. Herrera del Duque, Badajoz. 
sulcata, P.I. 287937). 

319108. C-197. Algeciras, Cadiz. June 1963. 
Garrovillas, Caceres. June 1963. 

Vivero Central del D.F. de Sevilla, Sevilla. 
Los Molares, Cordoba. October 1962. 

Cazorla, Jaen. July 1963. 

Olivenza, Badajoz. 1963. 

Badajoz. 1964. 

Badajoz. 1964. 

Scorpiurus vermiculatus L. Scorpiontail. 

Los Barrios, Cadiz. June 1963. 

Madinasidonia, Cadiz. June 1962. 

Campo Maciax, Caceres. 1963. 
Sttpa juncea L. Gramineae. 

Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. 1964. 

Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. June 1963. 

Campillo de Altobuey, Cuenca. 1964. 
Teruel. 1963. 

Renera, Guadalajara. June 1964. 

Fuentelespino de Haro, Cuenca. June 1963. 
Stipa lagascae Roem. & Sehult. Gramineae. 

Urda, Toledo. 1964. 

La Atalaya, Ciudad Real. June 1963. 

Ciudad Real. June 1962. (See also S. juncea, P.I. 
287941). 

319128 and 319129. Tetragonolobus siliquosus (L.) Roth Leguminosae. 

319128. A-209. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. June 1964. 

319129. C-281. Moratilla de los Meleros, Guadalajara. July 1963. 

319130. Trifolium cherleri L. Leguminosae. 
F-665. (M-146). Herrera del Duque, Badajoz. July 1963. 

319131. Trifolium fragiferum L. Strawberry clover. 
C-236. Ciudad Real. June 1963. 



48 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



318922 to 319147— Continued 

319132 and 319133. Trifolium glomeratum L. Cluster clover. 

319132. C-121. Alburquerque, Badajoz. July 1963. 

319133. C-210. Santa Elena, Jaen. June 1963. 

319134. Trifolium hirtum All. Rose clover. 

M-191. Navaconcejo, Caceres. July 1962. 
319135 and 319136. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover. 

319135. C-247. Ciudad Real. June 1963. 

319136. D-18. Escalada, Burgos. August 1962. 

319137 to 319139. Trifolium repens L. Whiteclover. 

Caceres. June 1963. 
Herradon Canada, Avila. July 1962. 
Almodovar del Camp, Ciudad Real. July 1962. 
Trifolium subterraneum L. Subterranean clover. 

Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. June 1963. 
Fuencaliente, Ciudad Real. June 1963. 
(D-22). Almodovar del Campo, Ciudad Real. July 

Nucleo de la Haba, Badajoz. June 1964. 

Alange, Badajoz. June 1964. 

Ciudad Real. 1964. 

Puebla de la Reina, Badajoz. June 1964. 

319147. Trifolium sp. 
C-138. Caceres. June 1963. 

319148 and 319149. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. 

European grape. 

From France. Cuttings presented by the Centre de Recherches Agronomiques 
du Sud-Ouest, Pont-de-la-Maye (Gironde). Received Mar. 16, 1967. 

319148. 'Melon'. Clone 7948. 

319149. 'Melon'. Clone 7969. 



319137. 


F-464. 


319138. 


M-173. 


319139. 


M-210. 


319140 to 319146. 


319140. 


C-206. 


319141. 


C-277. 


319142. 

1963. 


D-43. 


319143. 


F-210. 


319144. 


F-252. 


319145. 


F-324. 


319146. 


F-365. 



319150. Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib. 



Cruciferae. 

Horseradish. 

From Switzerland. Roots presented by the Station Federale d'Essais Agri- 
coles, Groupe Arboriculture et Horticulture, Pont de la Morge, Suisse. 
Received Mar. 16, 1967. 



319151. Punica granatum L. Punicaceae. 



Pomegranate. 



From Afghanistan. Seeds presented by the Agency for International De- 
velopment, Kabul. Received Mar. 16, 1967. 

'Tashkargar'. Light red skin cover with dark red fruit. Juice very sweet; 
dark red in color. 

319152 to 319161. Prunus persica (L.) Batsch Rosaceae. 

Peach. 

From Canada. Seedling trees presented by the Harrow Research Station, 
Canada Department of Agriculture, Harrow, Ontario. Received Mar. 
17, 1967. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 49 

319152 to 319161— Continued 

319152. Harrow 614. (J. H. Hale' X 'Vedette') o.p. X 'Earlired'. Medium 
hardy, upright spreading tree. Fruit matures 8 weeks before 'Elberta,' 
2^ to 2V% inches; semicling becoming fully freestone when ripe. Flesh 
very firm, yellow, good quality. Highly colored with 80 percent blushed 
red overcolor. Freedom from split pits. 

319153. Harrow 612. ('J. H. Hale' X 'Vedette') o.p. x 'Earlired'. 

Medium hardy, upright spreading tree. Fruit matures 8 weeks before 
'Elberta', 2% inches when reasonably thinned; cling to semicling. Flesh 
medium firm, yellow, good quality. Highly colored with 70 percent 
blushed red overcolor. Fifteen percent split pits. 

319154. Harrow 616. ('J. H. Hale' X 'Vedette') o.p. x 'Earlired'. 

Medium hardy. Fruit matures 7 weeks before 'Elberta,' 2 1 / 4 to 2 x k inches; 
semicling becoming freestone when fully ripe. Flesh extremely firm, 
good quality, yellow, free of red, nearly free of pubescence. Ninety per- 
cent attractive red overcolor. Few split pits. 

319155. Harrow 619. ('Redskin' x 'Sunhaven'). Medium hardy. Fruit 
matures 4 weeks before 'Elberta,' 2% to 3 inches; freestone. Flesh firm, 
good quality and fine texture, yellow, free of red pigment. Fifty percent 
red blush over yellow ground. 

319156. Harrow 6110 ('Redskin' X 'Sunhaven'). Medium hardy, up- 
right tree. Fruit matures 3 weeks before 'Elberta', 2% inches; medium 
quality freestone. Flesh firm, yellow, relatively free of red pigmentation 
at pit. Seventy percent blushed red yellow ground. Picks quite readily. 

319157. Marrow 6111. ('J. H. Hale' X 'Sunhaven'). Productive, upright 
spreading tree. Fruit matures three weeks before 'Elberta', 2% to 3 
inches; good quality freestone. Flesh firm, yellow with slight red at pit. 
Sixty percent bright red over attractive yellow ground. Picks cleanly. 

319158. Harrow 6112. ('Redskin' X 'Sunhaven'). Excellent upright 
spreading tree. Fruit matures 2 weeks before 'Elberta', 2 x /2 to 2% inches; 
good quality freestone. Flesh extremely firm, yellow with slight red at 
pit. Seventy-five percent blushed red overcolor. Promising shipping 
peach. 

319159. Harrow 6113. ('Redskin' x 'Sunhaven'). Productive upright 
spreading tree. Fruit matures 2 weeks before 'Elberta', 2% to ZY2 
inches; good quality freestone. Flesh firm, yellow with slight red at pit. 
Seventy percent blushed red overcolor. 

319160. Harrow 6114. ('Redskin' X 'Sunhaven'). Productive upright 
spreading tree. Fruit matures 2 weeks before 'Elberta', 2% inches; 
quality outstanding, freestone. Flesh firm, yellow with slight red at pit. 
Sixty-five percent blushed red overcolor. 

319161. Harrow 6115. ('Redskin' X 'Sunhaven'). Fruit matures one 
week before 'Elberta', 2% to 3 inches; freestone, exceptional quality and 
performance. Flesh very firm, yellow with slight red at pit. Highly 
colored for its season with 80 percent attractive red overcolor. 

319162 to 319164. Camellia japonica L. Theaceae. 

Common camellia. 

From Japan. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. 

For U.S.D.A.-Longwood Cooperative Program. Numbered Mar. 20, 1967. 
Representatives of Higo camellia rare. 

319162. Col. No. K-511. 'Yamato Nishiki'. In garden of Nakahara 
Chyorakuen, Kurume City. Evergreen shrub. 



50 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319162 to 319164— Continued 

319163. Col. No. K-515. 'Showano Hikari'. In garden of Nakahara 
Chyorakuen, Kurume City. Evergreen shrub. 

319164. Col. No. K-520. 'Hino Maru'. Kurume Branch Horticultural Ex- 
periment Station, Kurume. 

319165 to 319167. 

From Sudan. Seeds presented by the Cotton Research Corporation, Khar- 
toum North, Khartoun. Numbered Mar. 22, 1967. 

319165. Gossypioides brevilanatum (Hochr.) J. B. Hutchinson Malva- 
ceae. 

C.B. 3821. 

319166. Notoxylinon flaviflorum Lewton Malvaceae. 
C.B. 3822. 

319167. Thespesia danis Oliver Malvaceae. 
C.B. 3820. 

319168 to 319171. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the Hortus 
Socziensis Dendrarium, Soczi, Crimea. Numbered Mar. 22, 1967. 

319168. Ilex aquifolium L. Aquifoliaceae. English holly. 

319169. Ilex colchica Pojark. 

319170. Ilex cornuta Lindl. & Paxt. Chinese holly. 

319171. Ilex latifolia Thunb. Lusterleaf holly. 

319172 and 319173. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the 
Botanical Garden, Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tallin, through the All- 
Union Institute of. Plant Industry, Leningrad. Numbered Mar. 22, 1967. 

319172. Betula nana L. Betulaceae. 

319173. Picea abies Karst. Pinaceae. Norway spruce. 

319174 to 319178. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by E. Goldin, Volcani Institute of Agriculture 
Research, Rehovot. Received Mar. 22, 1967. 

319174. X-30 L-4. 319177. X-30 L-25. 

319175. X-30 1^7. 319178. X-30 L-33. 

319176. X-30 1^15. 

319179. Platanus sp. Platanaceae. 

From Turkey. Seeds presented by E. C. Blodgett, Irrigation Experiment Sta- 
tion, Prosser, Washington. Received Mar. 23, 1967. 

Collected from a large tree near the home of Attaturk on the outskirts of 
the city Yalova on the sea of Marmara. The tree believed to be quite resistant 
to sycamore anthracnose. 

319180 to 319183. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From the Netherlands. Tubers presented by the Veredelingsbedrijf Cebeco, 
Hoofddorp. Received Mar. 28, 1967. 

319180. 6015-28. 319182. 58129-49. 

319181. 6015-29. 319183. 60238-25. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 51 



319184 to 319191. Zea 


MAYS 


L. 


Gramineae. Corn. 


From Colombia. Seeds presented 
Received Mar. 28, 1967. 


by 


the Rockefeller Foundation, Bogota. 


319184. Diacol V. 551. 






319188. Ecu. 640-8#. 


319185. Ecu. 434-0. 






319189. Mezcla de autos. 


319186. Ecu. 434-9# 






319190. Mezcla de sibes. 


319187. Ecu. 624-8#. 






319191. Roc. V.7-486C-3#b-6#. 


319192. Oryza sativa 


L. Gramineae. Rice. 



From Japan. Seeds presented by the National Institute of Agricultural 
Sciences, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. Received Mar. 24, 1967. 

'Shiokari'. No. 010004. 

319193 and 319194. Castanea mollissima Blume Fagaceae. 

From Korea. Cuttings presented by the Institute of Forest Genetics. Suwon, 
Kyonggido. Received Mar. 28, 1967. 

319193. 'Kung-Ju'. 

319194. Tung Yang\ 

319195 and 319196. 

From Kenya. Sfeeds presented by J. G. Boonman, National Agricultural Re- 
search Station, Kitale. Numbered Mar. 31, 1967. 

319195. Echinochloa haploclada Stapf Gramineae. 
K.6416. From Marasabet. 

319196. Pennisetum squamulatum Fres. Gramineae. 
K.5455. From Sigor. 

319197. Rhododendron yakusimanum Nakai Ericaceae. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Kaname Kato, 3-1377 Shibamata, Katsu- 
shika-ku, Tokyo. Numbered Mar. 31, 1967. 

319198. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From the Netherlands. Tubers presented by the Institute for Plant Breeding, 
Wageningen. Numbered Mar. 31, 1967. 

'Mirka'. Reported to be virus free. 
319199 to 319205. Vitis vinifera L. Vitaceae. European grape. 

From the United States. Grapevines growing at the Agricultural Experiment 
Station, University of California, Davis. Numbered Mar. 21, 1967. 

Originally from Mendoza, Argentina. October 1964. 

319199. 'Criolla Sanjuania'. 

319200. 'Sereza'. 

319201. Tempranilla'. 

Originally from Largo do Corpo Santo, Lisbon, Portugal. June 1963. 

319202. 'Bolonio'. 

319203. 'Olvarminto'. 

319204. 'Sercial'. 

Originally from the Soviet Union. Collected April 1963. 

319205. 'Malta Seedless'. Reported to be only variety grown on the Island 
of Malta. 



52 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319206. Bromus inermis Leyss. Gramineae. 

Smooth bromegrass. 

From Finland. Seeds presented by the Agricultural Research Institute, 
Jokioinen. Numbered Mar. 21, 1967. 

Jo. 266. 

319207 to 319211. 

From Costa Rica. Seeds collected by Claude Hope, Linda Vista Ltda., Car- 
tage Numbered Mar. 21, 1967. 

319207. Tagetes filifolia Lag. Compositae. 
Abundant around Cartago. Low, much-branched annual. 

319208. Tagetes sp. 

Tobosi, Cartago Province. Plant about 50 cm. tall, well branched. 
Flowers small, ray florets about 5 mm. long. 

319209. Tagetes sp. 

Near Agua Caliente, Cartago Province. Annual about 60 mm. tall. 

319210. Tagetes sp. 

Near Tobosi, Cartago Province. 

319211. Tagetes sp. 

Possible hybrid with cultivated types, or degenerate form of cultivar. 

319212 to 319220. 

From the United Arab Republic. Seeds collected in 1966 by J. C. Miller, De- 
partment of Horticulture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 
Louisiana. Numbered Mar. 21, 1967. 

319212. Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucurbitaceae. 

Watermelon. 

'Giza 1'. Local variety. 
319213 and 319214. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. Muskmelon. 

319213. 'Kahera 3'. 

319214. 'Kahera 6'. 

319215. Cucumis melo var. flexuosus (L.) Naud. 
Productive spring, summer and fall. 

319216. Cucumis sativus L. Cucumber. 
'Balady'. 

319217. Cucumis sp. 
Snake cucumber. 

319218. Cucumis sp. 
Sweet melon. 

319219. Cucumis sp. 

319220. Spinacia oleracea L. Chenopodiaceae. Spinach. 
319221 to 319234. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Universitetes Botaniska Tradgard, 
Uppsala 1. Origin indicated where known. Numbered Mar. 21, 1967. 

319221. Cotoneaster cinnabarina Juzepczuk Rosaceae. 

From Kola Peninsula, Murmansk Oblast, U.S.S.R. (Soviet Union). 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 53 

319221 to 319234— Continued 

319222. Doronicum plantagineum L. Compositae. 
France. 

319223. Leontopodium souliei Beauverd Compositae. 

From Dongbo-la, Sikang Province, Taofu District, China. Elevation 
4,200 meters. 

319224. Leontopodium stoechas Hand.-Mazz. 

From Sikang Province, Taofu District, China. Elevation 300 meters. 

319225. Sedum album L. Crassulaceae. White stonecrop. 
Oland Province, Sweden. 

319226. Sedum atratum L. 

319227. Sedum hispanicum L. 

319228. Sedum populifolium Pall. Poplar stonecrop. 

319229. Sedum roseum (L.) Scop. Roseroot stonecrop. 
Torne Lappmark Province, Sweden. 

319230. Sedum rubens L. 

319231. Sedum stenopetalum Pursh 

319232. Sedum telephium ssp. fabaria (Koch) Kirschl. 

319233. Sedum telephium ssp. telephium 
From Denmark. Subspontaneous. 

319234. Sedum telephium L. 
Finland. 

319235 to 319239. Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Mansf. Cucur- 
bitaceae. Watermelon. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Muneo Iizuka, Horticultural Research Sta- 
tion, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. Num- 
bered Mar. 22, 1967. 

319235. No. 1. Fruit nonstriped, flesh yellow, average weight 6 to 8 kilo- 
grams. 

319236. No. 2. Fruit striped, flesh yellow, average weight 6 to 8 
kilograms. 

319237. No. 3. Fruit nonstriped, flesh deep yellow, average weight 5 to 6 
kilograms. 

319238. No. 4. Fruit striped, flesh orange-yellow, average weight 2 to 4 
kilograms. 

319239. No. 5. Fruit nonstriped, flesh orange-yellow, average weight 2 to 
4 kilograms. 

319240 to 319271. 

From Korea. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. For U.S.D.A.-Longwood 
Cooperative Program. Numbered Mar. 27, 1967. 

319240. Arisaema amurense Maxim. Araceae. 

Col. No. K-143. In dense shade near trail up Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. 
Elevation 1,410 meters. Cormous perennial. Leaves up to 5 lobes. Not 
seen in flower. Corms. 



54 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319240 to 319271— Continued 

319241. Arisaema amurense var. serratum Nakai 

Col. No. K-16. Mt. Halla, Cheju Island; growing in dense woods. Peren- 
nial with thickened base. Not seen in flower. Corms. 

319242 and 319243. Arisaema heterophyllum Bl. 

319242. Col. No. K-95. On grounds of Temple, Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do; 
growing in Abies forest. Elevation 690 meters. Cormous perennial to 
1 meter; stem mottled white and purple. Corms. 

319243. Col. No. K-200. Moist sandy soil in deep shade of mixed decidu- 
ous forest; Kwang Nung, Kyonggi-do. Cormous herbaceous perennial 
to 1 meter; leaves divided into many segments. Corm. 

319244. Arisaema japonicum Bl. 

Col. No. K-119. In moist, rocky, shaded area along trail on Mt. Baek 
Yang, Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 390 meters. Cormous perennial to one- 
half meter. Not seen in flower. Corm. 

319245 and 319246. Arisaema peninsulae Nakai 

319245. Col. No. K-166. At head of Piakok Valley, Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Nam-do. Elevation 1,140 meters. Cormous perennial to one-half 
meter; stem mottled. Corm. 

319246. Col. No. K-203. Moist sandy soil; under mixed deciduous 
forest; Kwang Nung, Kyunggi-do. Cormous perennial to 1 meter; 
leaves with elliptic leaflets ; stem streaked with purple. Corms. 

319247. Arisaema ringens (Thunb.) Schott 

Col. No. K-24. Twenty km. from Sogwipo on road to Cheju, Cheju Island 
in dark moist woods. Elevation 600 meters. Herbaceous perennial with 
thickened stem base; leaves with 3 broad, cordate lobes. Not seen in flower. 
Corms. 

319248 and 319249. Arisaema robustum (Engl.) Nakai 

319248. Col. No. K-206. Moist sandy soil along small streambed in 
mixed deciduous forest; Kwang Nung, Kyonggi-do. Robust, cormous 
perennial; leaves almost in a whorl; elliptic; stems green to purple. 
Corms. 

319249. Col. No. K-226. Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto; in deep, moist 
shade. Elevation 450 meters. Cormous perennial; leaves with serrate 
margins. Corms. 

319250. Arisaema sp. 

Col. No. K-257. In moist woods, dense shade along stream on Mt. Tok-yu, 
Ko Chun. Cormous perennial ; leaves in three's. Corms. 

319251. Calanthe discolor Lindl. Orchidaceae. 

Col. No. K-22. In moist, dark woods 20 km. from Sogwipo on road to 
Cheju, Cheju Island. Elevation 600 meters. Terrestrial orchid with broad 
basal leaves and purple flowers. Plants. 

319252. Camptosorus sibiricus Rupr. Aspleniaceae. 

Col. No. K-106. On road from Taek Wal Yong to Jin Boo, Kangwon-do; 
growing on rock. Elevation 690 meters. Very small fern; fronds lance- 
olate ; acuminate rooting at tip. Plants. 

319253. Coniogramme japonica (Thunb.) Diels Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-23. About 20 km. from Sogwipo on road to Cheju, Cheju 
Island in dark, moist woods. Elevation 600 meters. Fern; fronds single 
to 0.9 meter, pinnately compound. Plants. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 55 

319240 to 319271— Continued 

319254. Cypripedium macranthum Sw. Orchidaceae. 

Col. No. K-144. Growing in semishade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Nam-do. Fleshy rooted orchid. Leaves elliptic; veins prominent. Not 
seen in flower. Plants. 

319255. Dryopteris varia (L.) 0. Kuntze Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-239. In moist shady area on Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. 
Elevation 540 meters. Fern to one-half meter; fronds mostly bipinnate. 
Plants. 

319256. Dryopteris sp. 

Col. No. K-145. In dense, moist shade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Nam-do. Elevation 1,410 meters. Fern to 1 meter, rhizome upright; sori 
on both sides of midrib; indusium reinform, attached laterally. Plants. 

319257. Lemmaphyllum microphyllum Presl Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-466. Growing on Torreya nucifera. Plantation 6 km. inland 
and 25 km. east of Cheju City. Rhizomatous epiphytic fern; fronds dimor- 
phic. Plants. 

319258. Liparis sp. Orchidaceae. 

Col. No. K-403. In dense shade on leaf mold, near road west from Kang 
Nung. Herbaceous perennial. Plants. 

319259 and 319260. Sedum leveilleanum Hamet Crassulaceae. 

319259. Col. No. K-15. In open, wind-swept area near top of Mt. Halla, 
Cheju Island. Very low, fleshy narrow leaved perennial; flowers prob- 
ably white — not fully open. Plants. 

319260. Col. No. K-165. Growing on rocks, above No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, 
Cholla Nam-do. Rosette forming succulent; flowers white to very light 
pink. Plants. 

319261. Coeloglossum viride var. bracteatum (Willd.) Richt. Orchida- 
ceae. 

Col. No. K-107. Growing on steep slope of road from Taek Wal Yong 
to Jin Boo, Kangwon-do. Elevation 690 meters. Small orchid. Not seen 
in flower. Plant. 

319262. Pinellia tern ATA (Thunb.) Breit. Araceae. 

Col. No. K-180. In landscape planting in front of Administration Build- 
ing, College Campus, Suwon. Cormous perennial to one-half meter high; 
leaves three lobed. Corms. 

319263. Pleopeltis ussuriensis Regel & Macke. 

Col. No. K-68. About 850 meters on west side of Park Tal Mountain at 
east end of Mt. Jorak Range, Kangwon-do. Low fern spreading by 
rhizomes; growing on Quercus mongolica; sori in 2 lines; no indusium. 
Plants. 

319264. Polystichum standishi (Moore) C. Chr. Aspidiaceae. 

Col. No. K-40. In densely shaded moist woods along trail on east coast 
of Ullung-do. Elevation 270 meters. Fern one-half to 1 meter high; fronds 
three-pinnatified ; no fertile fronds found; creeping lateral rhizome. 
Rhizomes. 

319265. Pyrrosia hastata (Thunb.) Ching Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-113. On exposed cliff, Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do. 
Leather-leafed fern; thick indumentum on underside of entire frond. Plant. 

319266. Sedum polytrichoides Hemsl. Crassulaceae. 

Col. No. K-97. Growing in moss on rocky ledges along trail on Mt. Odai, 
Kangwon-do. Very low herbaceous perennial. Flowers small, yellow. 
Plants. 



56 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319240 to 319271— Continued 

319267. Sedum rotundifolium Lam. 

Col. No. K-127. Growing on rocky outcrops in full sun on crest of Chung 
Ke Mountain, Suwon. Elevation 300 meters. Fleshy leaved perennial; 
flowers terminal; not open at time of collection. Plants. 

319268. Sedum spectabile Bor. 

Col. No. K-188. Along rocky wall of streambank, Kwang Kyo, Kyunggi- 
do. Fleshy leaved perennial to about one-third meter; flowers interminal, 
flat-topped corymb, deep rose pink. Plants and cuttings. 

319269. Sedum viviparum Maxim. 

Col. No. K-91. Growing on rocky ledges in open areas along trail on Mt. 
Odai, Kangwon-do. Herbaceous perennial with woody rootstalk up to 5 
or 6 dm. tall; leaves lance-elliptic; crenate, in groups of 3. Plants. 

319270 and 319271. Viola variegata Fisch. ex Link Violaeeae. Violet. 

319270. Col. No. K-114. Growing in rocky soil in shade along trail on 
Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 360 meters. Herbaceous 
perennial; leaves cordate, blunt, serrate; veins white. Plants. 

319271. Col. No. K-154. Sin Won on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. Eleva- 
tion 700 meters. Herbaceous, rosette-forming perennial; leaves cordate; 
veins white. Not seen in flower. Stoloniferous. Plants. 

319272 to 319331. 

From Korea. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. For U.S.D.A.-Longwood 
Cooperative Program. Numbered Mar. 27, 1967. 

319272 and 319273. Abeliophyllum distichum Nakai Oleaceae. 

319272. Col. No. K-215. Garden at residence of Professor Tchang Bok 
Lee, Suwon. Deciduous shrub; leaves opposite; one color form. Not 
seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319273. Col. No. K-216. Garden at residence of Professor Tchang Bok 
Lee, Suwon. Deciduous shrub; leaves opposite; different color than 
P.I. 319272. Cuttings. 

319274. Atractylis lyrata (Sieb. & Zucc.) Hand.-Mazz. Compositae. 

Col. No. K-244. In sandy soil on ridge line, Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. 
Elevation 600 meters. Herbaceous perennial to 1 meter high. Leaves 
alternate, ovate-elliptic. Flowers white. Plants. 

319275 to 319280. Buxus microphylla var. koreana Nakai ex Rehder 
Buxaceae. 

319275. Col. No. K-78. Taek Wal Yong Alpine Experiment Station, 
Kangwan-do. Elevation 850 meters. Dwarf evergreen shrub; leaves 
small. Cuttings. 

319276. Col. No. K-79. Taek Wal Yong Alpine Experiment Station, 
Kangwan-do. Dwarf evergreen shrub; leaves small. Branching is 
horizontal. Cuttings. 

319277. Col. No. K-80. Taek Wal Yong Alpine Experiment Station, 
Kangwon-do. Dwarf evergreen shrub. Typical form of plant. Cut- 
tings. 

319278. Col. No. K-178. On college campus, Suwon. Dwarf evergreen 
shrub; about 0.5 meter high. Leaves narrow. Plant very compact, 
dense. Cuttings. 

319279. Col. No. K-179. On college campus, Suwon. Evergreen shrub 
to 0.75 meter high. Leaves very dark green. Cuttings. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 57 

319272 to 319331— Continued 
319275 to 319280— Continued 

319280. Col. No. K-289. Cho Kye Sa Temple, Seoul. Very small, 
narrow-leaved form. 

319281 to 319283. Camellia japonica L. 

319281. Col. No. K-17. On road from Sogwipo to Cheju, Cheju Island, 
growing at edge of woods. Elevation 480 meters. Evergreen shrub 12 
to 15 feet high. Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319282. Col. No. K-18. On road from Sogwipo to Cheju, Cheju Island, 
growing at edge of woods. Elevation 480 meters. Evergreen shrub 
to 10 feet high; fastigiate. Not in flower. Cuttings. 

319283. Col. No. K-20. On road from Sogwipo to Cheju, Cheju Island, 
growing at edge of woods. Elevation 480 meters. Evergreen shrub to 
8 feet high; leaves light yellow-green. Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319284 and 319285. Camellia sasanqua Thunb. Sasanqua camellia. 

319284. Col. No. K-517. 'Ginrei\ Kurume City, Japan. In Garden of 
Nakahara Chyorakuen. Called Higo Sasanqua by nurseryman. Cut- 
tings. 

319285. Col. No. K-518. 'Onishiki'. Kurume City, Japan. In garden 
of Nakahara Chyorakuen. Called Higo Sasanqua by nurseryman. 
Cuttings. 

319286. Caryopteris incana (Thunb.) Miquel Verbenaceae. 

Common bluebeard. 

Col. No. K-462. On sea coast 20 km. east of Cheju City. Subfruticose 
plant. Flowers blue. Cuttings. 

319287. Cimicifuga dahurica (Turcz.) Huth Ranunculaceae. 

Col. No. K-228. On Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. In shady, moist 
ravine. Elevation 600 meters. Herbaceous perennial to 2 meters high, 
leaves divided. Flowers white. Plants. 

319288. Deutzia glabrata Kom. Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-237. Along trail up Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. Elevation 
480 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Not seen in flower. Cut- 
tings. 

319289. Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb. Elaeagnaceae. 

Autumn elaeagnus. 

Col. No. K-261. Along trail on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. In dry area. 
Deciduous shrub to 3 meters high. Shoot tips with leaves silvery on both 
surfaces. Cuttings. 

319290. Euonymus sieboldiana Blume Celastraceae. 

Col. No. K-197. In pine forest near Forest Experiment Station, Kwang 
Nung, Kyonggi-do. Deciduous shrub to 7 meters high. Leaves lanceolate, 
about 20 cm. long. Cuttings. 

319291. Fontanesia phillyraeoides Labill. Oleaceae. Syrian-privet. 

Col. No. K-195. In small arboretum, Forest Experiment Station, Kwang 
Nung, Kyonggi-do. Deciduous shrub to 2.5 meters high. Branchlets thin 
and graceful. Fruit winged. Cuttings. 

319292. Gentiana scabra var. buergeri (Miq.) Maxim. Gentianaceae. 

Col. No. K-82. On grounds of Taek Wal Yong Alpine Experiment Sta- 
tion, Kangwon-do. Elevation 850 meters. Fleshy-rooted perennial with 
short rhizome, 1 to l 1 /^ meters high. Leaves lance-ovate. Not seen in 
flower. Plants. 



58 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319272 to 319331— Continued 

319293. Hemerocallis sp. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-473. Suwon. At edge of dry pine woods. Perennial; fleshy 
rooted, strap leaved. Plant. 

319294 and 319295. Hosta longipes (Fr. & Sav.) Matsum. Liliaceae. 

319294. Col. No. K-138. In shade and sun along trail on Mt. Chiri, 
Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 1,350 meters. Herbaceous perennial with 
fleshy roots. Leaves cordate to narrower in some specimens. Plants. 

319295. Col. No. K-238. On Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. Growing in 
shade on mossy rocks. Elevation 540 meters. Herbaceous perennial 
to one-half meter high. Not seen in flower. Plants. 

319296. Juniperus chinensis f. aurea (Young) Beissn. Pinaceae. 

Col. No. K-212. Grounds of Forest Experiment Station, An Yang, 
Kyonggi-do Province. Needleleaf evergreen to 4 meters high. Tips of 
many branches yellow- white. Cuttings. 

319297 and 319298. Lilium amabile Palibin Liliaceae. 

319297. Col. No. K-159. At No Go Dan, Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. In 
open, shrubby growth. Elevation 390 meters. Bulbous perennial to 1 
meter high. Leaves linear; 1 cm. across. Bulb. 

319298. Col. No. K-242. Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. In sandy soil. 
Elevation 600 meters. Bulbous perennial to 6 dm. high. Leaves pubes- 
cent, scattered; bulbs elongate. Bulbs. 

319299 and 319300. Lilium distichum Nakai 

319299. Col. No. K-329. In shady moist areas along trail up western 
slope of Mt. Sorak. Between Ose Am and Pong Jeung Am. Elevation 
810 meters. Bulbous perennial to 1 meter high. Leaves whorled; 
stems rooting; scales jointed. Bulb. 

319300. Col. No. K-366. Near top of Mt. Sorak. Growing in open on 
eastern slope. Elevation 1,530 meters. Bulbous perennial. Leaves 
whorled; stems rooting. Bulb scales jointed. Bulb. 

319301 to 319304. Lilium hansonii Leichtl. Hanson lily. 

319301. Col. No. K-33. Bong Nai Waterfall, Ullung-do. In low shrubby 
moist area. Elevation 360 meters. Bulbous perennial to 8 dm. Stem 
roots, scales white; leaves in 2 whorls, to 150 cm., obovate; bulb shallow. 
In fruit. Bulbs. 

319302. Col. No. K-41. Along east coast of Ullung-do, in dense woods. 
Elevation 330 meters. Similar to P.I. 319301. Bulbs. 

319303. Col. No. K-50. On north face of Mt. Songin-Bong, Ullung-do. 
Growing under Fagns. Elevation 970 meters. Similar to P.I. 319301. 
Bulbs. 

319304. Col. No. K-51. On south slope of Mt. Songin-Bong, Ullung-do. 
Growing among bamboo. Elevation 970 meters. Similar to P.I. 
319301. Bulbs. 

319305. Lilium leichtlinii var. maximowiczii (Regel) Baker 

Col. No. K-94. On temple grounds, Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. Growing on 
open grassy slope. Elevation 690 meters. Bulbous perennial to 8 dm. high. 
Stem rooting. Flower orange, spotted brown, to 8 cm. across;, bulbs round. 
Bulbs. 

319306 to 319312. Lilium miquelianum Makino 

319306. Col. No. K-66. On Park Tal Mt. east slope of Sorak Range, 

Kangwon-do. Elevation 900 meters. Whorled leaves, single whorl; 
stem rooting; bulbs shatter easily, jointed scales up to 3 segments; 
flower bilaterally symmetrical, 4 upper, 2 lower tepals face outward, 
metallic, light orange, sparse spots. Bulbs. 



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319272 to 319331— Continued 
319306 to 319312— Continued 

319307. Col. No. 81. On grounds of Taek Wal Yong Alpine Experiment 
Station, Kangwon-do. Elevation 850 meters. Bulbous perennial, to 9 
dm. high; 1 whorl plus leaf below. Stem rooting; scales not jointed; 
bulbs ovate, to 2.5 cm. long. Leaves lance-elliptic. Whorls about 17 
cm. across. Two of 12 plants had stem roots. Bulbs. 

319308. Col. No. K-130. In shaded area off trail up to No Go Dan, Mt. 
Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 360 meters. Bulbous perennial. 
Leaves whorled, whorls 5 to 6 cm. across. Scales not jointed. No stem 
roots. Bulbs. 

319309. Col. No. K-194. Sandy soil in forest of Forest Experiment Sta- 
tion, Kwang Nung, Kyungii-do. Bulbous perennial to 1 meter high. 
Leaves whorled; scales entire. No stem roots. Bulbs. 

319310. Col. No. K-227. Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto, in moist organic 
soil. Elevation 300 meters. Bulbous perennial to 6 dm. high. Leaves 
whorled; bulb scales not jointed; no stem roots. Bulbs. 

319311. Col. No. K-258. Along trail to Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Bulbous 
perennial. Scales jointed; stems rooting. Bulbs. 

319312. Col. No. K-326. In shady, moist areas along trail up Mt. Sork, 
western slope. Elevation 750 meters. Bulbous perennial. Leaves 
whorled; scales jointed; stems rooting. Bulbs. 

319313. Lilium tigrinum var. fortunei Hort. 

Col. No. K-36. On face of cliff along trail to Bong Nai Waterfall. 

Elevation 300 meters. Bulbous perennial to 1.5 meters high. Leaves 

lanceolate. Flowers orange spotted with black. Bulblets axillary on 
upper half of stem. Bulblets. 

319314. Philadelphia tenuifolius Rupr. Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-115. Steep slope on Mt. Baek Yang, Cholla Nam-do, growing 
in partial shade. Elevation 420 meters. Deciduous, to 3 meters high. 
Leaves opposite, ovate-acuminate. Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319315. Pinus densiflora Sieb. & Zucc. Pinaceae. Japanese red pine. 

Col. No. K-232. Mt. Sokni, Chunchong Pukto. Growing in sandy soil on 
ridge line. Elevation 630 meters. Needleaf evergreen to 20 meters high. 
Bark peeling, reddish. Seedlings. 

319316. Polygonatum inflatum Koma. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-199. Near Forest Experiment Station, Kwang Nung, 
Kyunggi-do. Moist sandy soil in deep shade in mixed deciduous woods. 
Herbaceous perennial to % meter high. Leaves elliptic. Stout rhizome; 
stem hollow. Roots. 

319317. Polygonatum involucratum (Fr. & Sav.) Maxim. 

Col. No. K-201. Kwang Nung, Kyunggi-do. Moist sandy soil in mixed 
deciduous forest. Herbaceous perennial. Leaves small, elliptic. Single 
fruit, blue, enclosed in 2 bracts. Slender rhizome. Roots. 

319318. Populus maximowiczii A. Henry Salicaceae. Japanese poplar. 

Col. No. K-90. Trail on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. Growing on bank of 
stream. Elevation 780 meters. Deciduous tree to 12 meters high. Buds 
elongate, pointed. Bark grayish white. Cuttings. 

319319. Rhododendron brachycarpum var. roseum Koidz. Ericaceae. 

Col. No. K-321. Trail to summit of Mt. Sorak. Growing in shade. Ele- 
vation 870 meters. Evergreen shrub to 2 meters high. Leaves lepidote. 
Plants. 



60 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319272 to 319331— Continued 

319320. Rhododendron chrysanthum Pall. 

Col. No. K-49. At top of Mt. Songin-Bong, Ullung-do. In partial shade. 
Elevation 980 meters. Broad-leaved evergreen shrub to 2 meters high. 
Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319321. Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense Nakai 

Col. No. K-129. On trail from temple to No Go Dan on Mt. Chiri, Cholla 
Nam-do. Growing in semishade. Elevation 300 meters. Dwarf shrub, 
possibly from pruning; deciduous. Leaves tend toward linear. Not seen 
in flower. Cuttings. 

319322. Salix chaenomeloides Kimura Salicaceae. 

Col. No. K-280. Along streambed near Ok Chun. Tall deciduous tree to 
20 meters high. Leaves elliptic. Stipules large on young branches. Cut- 
tings. 

319323. Salix koreensis Anderss. 

Col. No. K-207. Along rocky streambank, Kwang Nung, Kyunggi-do. 
Deciduous tree to 10 meters high. Leaves linear-lanceolate. Cuttings. 

319324. Saxifraga fortunei (Maxim.) Hook. f. Saxifragaceae. 

Col. No. K-146. Growing on rocks in partial shade along trail on Mt. 
Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 1,440 meters. Rosette forming perennial. 
Flowers in a panicle, white. Zygomorphic. Plants. 

319325. Sedum erubescens var. japonicum (Maxim.) Ohwi Crassulaceae. 

Col. No. K-276. On cliff near road from Muu Ju to Ok Chun. Growing 
in full sun. Fleshy-leaved herb to about 4 dm. when not in flower. Plants. 

319326. Spiraea fritschiana Schn. Rosaceae. 

Col. No. K-72. O Saik, Kangwon-do. Along streambed. Deciduous 
shrub to 1 meter high, spreading. Inflorescence a flat-topped cyme. Not 
seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319327. Spiraea prunifolia f. simpliciflora Nakai 

Col. No. K-71. At O Saik, Kangwon-do. Growing in open along stream 
bed. Elevation 100 meters. Deciduous, to one meter high. Leaves 
lanceolate, serrate. Not seen in flower. Cuttings. 

319328. Taxus cuspidata Sieb. & Zucc. Taxaceae. Japanese yew. 

Col. No. K-443. In open alpine meadow, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. Eleva- 
tion 1,500 meters. Needleleaf evergreen shrub to 1.5 meters high. Needles 
flat. Cuttings. 

319329. Viburnum koreanum Nakai Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-152. In semishade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. 
Elevation 1,380 meters. Deciduous shrub to 2 meters high. Fruit red. 
Cuttings. 

319330. Weigela Florida (Bunge) A. DC. Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-6. Northwest slope, Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. On open slopes 
with Rhododendron. Elevation 1,500 meters. Deciduous shrub; medium 
size. Flowers red (not seen); twigs reddish. Fruit bottle shaped, red 
brown, immature. Cuttings. 

319331. Weigela subsessilis L. H. Bailey 

Col. No. K-124. On drier slope of Mt. Chung Ke, Suwon. Growing in 
medium shade and rocky, sandy, soil. Elevation 200 meters. Deciduous 
shrub to 1V 2 meters high. Leaves elliptic, almost sessile. Flowers re- 
portedly yellowish. Cuttings. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 61 

319332 to 319385. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected October-December 1966 by H. S. Gentry, 
agricultural explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, 
Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered Mar. 29, 1967. 

319332. Ageratum sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 22040. Near Palmito, Durango. Elevation 7,000 feet. Peren- 
nial bush; many stems; flowers light purple. 

319333. Annona cherimola Mill. Annonaceae. Cherimoya. 

Col. No. 22179. 'Cherimoya'. Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. Eleva- 
tion 5,000 feet. Fruits large, dark green, pear shaped. Flavor very sweet. 

319334. Begonia sp. Begoniaceae. 

Col. No. 22194. Along road to Manzanilla, Colima, 13 miles southwest of 
Ciudad Colima road fork. Elevation about 1,400 feet. Ornamental herb; 
large leaves, red peduncles, white flowers. 

319335. Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. Pigeon-pea. 

Col. No. 22273. In barranca. Atenquisque, at east base of Volcan de 
Colima, Jalisco. Elevation 3,800 feet. Bush or rapid growing shrub; pods 
many at ends of branches. 

319336. Canavalia sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 22284. Forty miles northwest of Culiacan along Route 15, 
Sinaloa. Elevation 600 feet. Perennial vine, large. 

319337. Capsicum annuum L. Solanaceae. Pimento. 

Col. No. 22259. 'Chile'. Market in Uruapan, but from San Luis de la 
Paz, Guanajuato. Green pepper drying dark red; said to be mildly hot. 

319338 and 319339. Cicer arietinum L. Leguminosae. Chickpea. 

319338. Col. No. 22246. 'Garbanza'. Market in Uruapan, but from 
Morelia. Pale colored. 

319339. Col. No. 22257. 'Garbanza'. Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. 
Small, brownish. 

319340. Dahlia sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 22198. Along road to Manzanillo, Colima, 13 miles southwest of 
Ciudad Colima road fork. Elevation 1,400 feet. Herb, 4 to 5 dm. high; 
stems thick; dried flowers on base branches. 

319341. Desmodium glabrum DC. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 21994. Arroyo Gochico above San Bernardo. Herb, 1.5 to 1.8 
meters high; stems many, gummy. 

319342. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22003. Arroyo Tejas, Sierra Charuco, Sonora. Elevation 4,500 
to 5,000 feet. Pine and oak slopes. Perennial herb; stems very fine, diffuse. 
Infrequent on dry rocky slope. 

319343. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22004. Arroyo Tejas, Sierra Charuco, Sonora. Elevation 4,500 
to 5,000 feet. Pine and oak slopes. Perennial, 20 to 30 cm. high; stems 
fine, rooting; spreading, forming ground cover. 

319344. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22005. Sierra Charuco, Sonora. Elevation 5,000 feet. Pine and 
oak slopes in moister canyons. Perennial herb; leaves large; woody stems 
to 1 meter long. 



62 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319332 to 319385— Continued 

319345. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22010. Arroyo Terrasas Rio Mayo, Sonora. Short-tree forest. 
Elevation 2,000 feet. Annual herb, to 2 meters high; crowns diffuse in- 
florescence. 

319346. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22013. Arroyo de Tejas, Sierra Charuco. Elevation 4,000 feet. 
Erect annual to 6 dm. high with single leaf. 

319347. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22018. Near Curo Prieto along road from Navajoa to Alamosa. 
Annual summer herb, 6 to 15 dm. high. 

319348. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22033. Six miles west of Palmito, Sinaloa. Elevation 6,200 
feet. Pine and oak forests. Volcanics. Procumbent with coarse, long 
ascending peduncles. 

319349. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22046. Seven miles west of Durango City along route 40, 
Durango. Elevation 6,700 feet. Erect perennial with sticky stems. 

319350. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22281. Santa Rita Rancho along road to Palmito. Elevation 
5,400 feet. Perennial herb, 4 dm. high; diffusive crown. On road bank. 

319351. Desmodium sp. 

Col. No. 22283. East of Copala, Sinaloa, 3.5 miles. Elevation 2,700 feet. 
Perennial herb ; stems 1 meter long. 

319352. Galactia striata (Jacq.) Urban Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 22000. Near Arroyo de los Mescales, northeast of San Bernardo, 
Sonora. Vine, slender stemmed; pods narrow. 

319353. Hibiscus coulteri Harv. Malvaceae. 

Col. No. 21995. Arroyo Gochico above San Bernardo, Sonora. Annual or 
biennual herb; 6 to 9 dm. high. Seeding. 

319354. Ipomoea pedicellaris Benth. Convolvulaceae. 

Col. No. 22017. 'Mantila de Maria'. Near Navajoa, Sonora. Elevation 
200 feet. Vine; climbing over small trees and shrubs along arroyo. 

319355. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 21996. 'Trompillo'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Elevation 1,000 
feet. Sandy soil. Annual vine, climbing on shrubs. 

319356. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. 21997. 'Trompillo'. San Bernardo, Sonora. Annual vine; common 
in fields and roadsides; hairy calyx. 

319357. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 21998. San Bernardo, Sonora. Elevation 1,000 feet. Rocky 
slope. Small climbing vine in shady woods; uncommon. Flowers not seen; 
seeds comose. 

319358. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 21999. San Bernardo, Sonora. Sandy soil. Elevation 1,000 
feet. Small vine in shady woods along small arroyo. 

319359. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22085. Twenty-one miles southeast of Durango along Route 45, 
Durango. Elevation 6,000 feet. Annual weedy vine. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 63 

319332 to 319385— Continued 

319360. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22093. Near Mesquital 40 miles south of Ciudad Durango, 
Durango. Elevation 4,800 feet. Weedy vine on trees along arroyo. 

319361. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22232. Plan de Barrancas,^ Jalisco. Elevation 2,800 feet. Vine, 
in tangle on volcanic rocks. 

319362. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22233. Plan de Barrancas, Jalisco. Elevation 2,800 feet. Vine, 
with thick pedicels. 

319363. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22267. La Garita, Jalisco. Elevation 4,200 feet. Wild vine. 
Seeds maturing early December. 

319364. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22268. La Garita, Jalisco. Elevation 4,200 feet. Climbing vine; 
fruits with long hairy sepals. 

319365. Ipomoea sp. 

Col. No. 22269. La Garita, Jalisco. Elevation 4,200 feet. Vine with 
small maturing capsules. 

319366 and 319367. Lens culinaris Medic. Leguminosae. Lentil. 

319366. Col. No. 22247. 'Lentejas'. Market in Uruapan, Mochoacan. 
Elevation 4,800 feet. Cultivated. 

319367. Col. No. 22254. 'Lentejas'. Market in Uruapan, but brought 
from Patzcuaro, Michoacan. Seeds light green. 

319368 and 319369. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. 

Tomato. 

319368. Col. No. 22152. Eight miles south of Uruapan along road to 
Apatzingan, Michoacan. Elevation 4,500 feet. On stream bank 
Annual herb, semiscandent; stems to eight feet long; flowers yellow. 
Fruits small in broad racemes. 

319369. Col. No. 22280. East of Capala, Sinaloa 2.5 miles. Elevation 
2,400 feet. Stems long, semiscandent; fruits small. 

319370. Minkelersia galactioides Mart. & Gal. Leguminosae. 

"Col. No. 22036. Six miles west of Palmito, Sinaloa. Annual herb trail- 
ing on ground under oaks and pines. 

319371. Operculina sp. Convolvulaceae. 

Col. No. 22016. Thorn forest near Navajoa, Sonora. Elevation 200 feet. 
Coarse vine. 

319372. Pachyrhizus erosus (L.) Urb. Leguminosae. Yam-bean. 

Col. No. 22265. Micama\ Jocona, Michoacan. Annual herb, erect; 
spindle shaped; root eaten raw. Locally cultivated. 

319373 to 319376. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

319373. Col. No. 22067. 'Chicharo serrano'. Tonachi, 20 miles north of 
Huachochic, Chihuahua. Elevation 6,500 feet. Cultivated by Tara- 
humara Indians. 

319374. Col. No. 22074. Caborachi, by road 15 miles east of Huachochic, 
Chihuahua. Elevation 7,500 feet. Cultivated by Tarahumara Indians. 

319375. Col. No. 22231. 'Chicharo'. Market in Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco. 
Elevation 5,000 feet. Smooth; locally grown. 



64 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319332 to 319385— Continued 
319373 to 319376— Continued 

319376. Col. No. 22253. 'Chicharo'. Market in Uruapan, but brought 
from Morelia, Michoacan. Small, round. 

319377. Poinsettia sp. Euphorbiaceae. 

Col. No. 22028. Two to 4 miles above Capala, Sinaloa. Elevation 3,000 
feet. Rank growth in rocky gulches. Shrub; branches long; bracts an 
intense red. 

319378. Ricinus communis L. Euphorbiaceae. Castorbean. 

Col. No. 22245. 'Iguerillo'. Along road to Apatzingan, Michoacan, 10 
miles south of Uruapan. Elevation 4,400 feet. All perennial, to 3.5 meters 
high; racemes terminal. 

319379 to 319381. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

319379. Col. No. 22258. 'Ajonjoli'. Market in Uruapan, but grown near 
Apatzingan. Seeds small, pale yellowish. 

319380. Col. No. 22293. 'Ajonjoli'. Alamos, Sonora. Cultivated on 
sandy soils in foothill region. 

319381. Col. No. 22294. 'Ajonjoli'. Alamos, Sonora. Elevation 1,200 
feet. Seed predominately "white". Locally grown. 

319382. Tecoma sp. Bignoniaceae. 

Col. No. 22088. Along road to Mesquital, 25 miles south of Ciudad 
Durango, in oak woodland. Elevation 6,650 feet. Shrub to 2 meters high; 
flowers yellow, showy. On mountain slope subject to winter freezes. 

319383 and 319384. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

319383. Col. No. 22287. 'Frijol riata'. Cuchubampo, Rio Mayo, Sonora. 
Elevation 800 to 1,000 feet. Annual bush; pods 7 to 8 inches long, 
whitish; seeds gray. Local. 

319384. Col. No. 22288. 'Frijol riata'. Cuchubampo, Rio Mayo, Sonora. 
Elevation 800 to 1,000 feet. Pods 8 inches long, red; seeds large, red. 
Local. 

319385. Zinnia linearis Benth. Compositae. 

Col. No. 22052. Along road to Huachochic, Chihuahua, 72 miles west of 
Parral in grama grassland. Elevation 6,000 feet. Summer annual with 
yellow rays. 

319386 to 319393. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented by E. Nasir, Gordon College, Rawalpindi, 
under P.L. 480 Project A17-CR-5. Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

319386. Adonis aestivalis L. Ranunculaceae. 

Temperate Europe and Asia. Annual, 3 to 6 dm. high; branched mostly 
toward top; flowers solitary at ends of branches. Cultivated as an 
ornamental. 

319387. Cardamine impatiens L. Cruciferae. 

Widespread in Europe and North and Central Asia. Annual herb, 2.5 
to 6 dm. high; seed retention probably poor. Habitat includes roadsides, 
forests and fields, usually occurring in shade at 1,000 to 3,400 meters. 

319388. Gastrocotyle hispida Bunge Boraginaceae. 

Sandy deserts; Egypt, Israel to Pakistan. Annual, bristly, procumbent; 
stems numerous, simple or branched; flowers solitary in leaf axils. Often 
found in cultivated fields. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 19 67 65 

319386 to 319393— Continued 

319389. Impatiens edgeworthii Hook. f. Balsaminaceae. 

Western temperate Himalaya. Elevation 5,000 feet. Annual, tall, ro- 
bust, branching; fruits probably explosively dehiscent. 

319390. Impatiens sulcata Wall. 

Western temperate Himalaya. Elevation 8,000 feet. Annual herb, to 1 
meter or more high; fruits probably explosively dehiscent. Does well near 
water in rich soil. 

319391. Jurinea carduiformis Jaub & Sp. Compositae. 

Baluchistan. Elevation 6,000 feet. Caulescent biennial herb with large 
heads. In dry areas. 

319392. Lithospermum tenuiflorum L. f. Boraginaceae. 

Mediterranean region, Western Asia to Egypt and Greece. Annual, 1 to 
5 dm. high; branching from base; inflorescence a lax raceme. 

319393. Picris hieracioides L. Compositae. 

Widespread in Old World and an introduced weed in United States 
occurring from New England to Michigan, south to New Jersey, Pennsyl- 
vania and Illinois. Annual or biennial herb; tall, corymbosely branched. 

319394 to 319397. 

From Turkey. Seeds presented bv Osman Tosum, Ziraat Fakultesi, Ankara, 
under P.L. 480 Project A22-CR-1. Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

319394. Jurinea anatolica Boiss. Compositae. 
Perennial herb, 5 to 7 dm. high. 

319395. Lithospermum arvense L. Boraginaceae. 

Native of Eurasia; introduced as weed in waste places nearly throughout 
United States. Annual from slender taproot; 3 to 8 dm. high; stems often 
branched from base thence simple to inflorescence; flowers solitary in axils 
of crowded upper leaves. 

319396. Malva alcea L. Malvaceae. 

Europe: naturalized in eastern United States. Perennial: 1 meter or 
more high; flowers in terminal and axillary clusters. Cultivated as 
ornamental. 

319397. Thalictrum lucidum L. Ranunculaceae. 

Narrowleaf meadowrue. 

Europe. Perennial herb; 1 meter or more high; flowers bisexual, small, 
numerous, crowded in an ovoid or narrow panicle. Cultivated as orna- 
mental. 

319398 to 319402. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by Instituto Nacional de Investieaciones 
Agronomicas, Plantas Forrajeras v Pratenses, Madrid, under P.L. 480 
Project E25-CR-11 . Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

319398. Centranthus macrosiphon Boiss. Valerianaceae. 

Native to Spain. Annual, compact; 3 to 6 dm. high; flowers in dense 
terminal clusters. Cultivated as ornamental. 

319399. Chamafpeuce hispanica DC. Compositae. 
Annual or biennial herb, thistlelike. 

319400. Euphorbia matritensis Boiss. Enphorbiaceae. 
Annual or perennial herb. 



66 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319398 to 319402— Continued 

319401. Lapsana communis L. Compositae. 

Common in British Isles, Europe, North Africa, West and Central Asia; 
introduced in North America. Annual herb, erect, 2 to 9 dm. high; panicul- 
ately branched in upper half, branches ascending; heads 1.5 to 2 cm. di- 
ameter, 15 to 20 per plant on slender stalks in a more or less corymbose 
panicle. 

319402. Malva parviflora L. Malvaceae. 

Native of Eurasia. Common weed in waste places in United States. 
Annual, erect or ascending, branched; 3 to 8 dm. high; flowers axillary, 
short pedicelled. 

319403 and 319404. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by National and University Institute of Agri- 
culture, Rehovot, under P.L. 480 Project A10-CR-10. Numbered Mar. 
30, 1967. 

319403. Daucus aureus Desf. Umbelliferae. 

Mediterranean region. Annual, 1 to 1.5 m. high; stem somewhat corym- 
bose; umbels many rayed. 

319404. Lagoecia cuminoides L. Umbelliferae. 
Mediterranean region. Annual herb, erect, 2 to 5 dm. high. 

319405 to 319411. 

From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Univerza v Ljubljani, Biotehniska 
Fakulteta, Ljubljana, Krekov, under P.L. 480 Project E30-CR-2. Num- 
bered Mar. 30, 1967. 

319405. Biscutella laevigata L. Cruciferae. 

Central and southern Europe, Perennial herb; stems 1 to 5 dm. high; 
simple or branched; flowers in lax or dense racemes, very variable. 

319406. Caltha palustris L. Ranunculaceae. 

Northern North America, Eurasia. Perennial herb; stem hollow, erect 
or decumbent; occurring in swamps, wet meadows and woods. 

319407. Chamaepeuce afra DC. Compositae. 

Greece and Yugoslavia. Biennial herb, thistle-like; stem corymbosely 
branched; heads large, solitary. In rocky subalpine and alpine regions. 

319408. Picris echioides L. Compositae. 

Mediterranean region; well established weed in United States in waste 
places, fields, especially in heavy soil. Perennial herb, erect; branched 
hispid stems, 5 to 12 dm. long; heads many, usually crowded. 

319409. Symphytum officinale L. Boraginaceae. Comfrey. 

Native of Eurasia; escaped or adventive in waste places in North 
America. Perennial herb, erect, branching, 5 to 10 dm. high; sparsely to 
densely hirsute; flowers numerous in dense, drooping scorpioid cymes. 
Cultivated as ornamental. 

319410. Thalictrum flavum L. Ranunculaceae. Yellow meadowrue. 

Europe, including Britain. Perennial herb, to 1 m. high; rootstock 
stolonif erous ; flowers bisexual, small, numerous in erect, rather compact 
corymbose or pyramidal panicle. Cultivated as ornamental. 

319411. Thlaspi perfoliatum L. Cruciferae. 

Widespread in Europe; naturalized in North America. Annual, 1 to 3 
dm. high. Weed of arable land and waste places. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 67 

319412. PlCRlS JAPONICA Thunb. Compositae. 

From Korea. Seeds presented by Tchang Bok Lee, College of Agriculture, 
Seoul National University, Suwon, under P.L. 480 Project A13-CR-1. 
Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

Biennial, often branched, 3 to 8 dm. high. Considered by some to be a 
variety of P. hieracioides. 

319413. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. Bird rape. 

From India. Seeds presented by J. N. Rai, Botany Department, Lucknow 
University, Lucknow, under P.L. 480 Project A7-CR-37. Numbered Mar. 
30, 1967. 

'Sarson'. Prain. 

319414. Ammi copticum L. Umbelliferae. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected by R. E. Perdue, Jr., New Crops Research 
Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered Mar. 
30, 1967. 

Col. No. 6301. Cultivated in India and Pakistan for seeds. Distributed 
widely in West Asia, Southern Europe and Northern and Eastern Africa. 

Annual herb, medium sized, 3 to 6 dm. high. 

319415. Oenothera clavaeformis Torr. & Frem. Onagraceae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by H. S. Gentry, agricultural ex- 
plorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Mary- 
land. Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

Col. No. 20589. Desert washes and flats, Southern California, Arizona, 
Nevada, Sonora and Baja California. Annual with one to several, erect to 
ascending, mostly unbranched stems from base, 0.5 to 5 dm. high, inflores- 
cence in racemes to 2.5 dm. long. 

319416. Amsinckia tessellata A. Gray Boraginaceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected by A. S. Barclay, Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

Col. No. 2001. Southern California to eastern Washington, Nevada, Ari- 
zona, and Lower California. Annual herb, erect, 2 to 6 dm. high; flowers in 
spikes becoming 5 to 12 cm. long. Dry sandy or gravelly places below 6,000 
feet. 

319417. Brassica campestris L. Cruciferae. 

From the United States. Seeds presented by Montana State University, 
Bozeman, Mont. Numbered Mar. 30, 1967. 

No. 224. 

319418 to 319422. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Colombia. Seeds presented by the Rockefeller Foundation, Bogota. 
Numbered Mar. 31, 1967. 

319418. Ecu.402-8. 319421. Diacol V.551 x 2072 

319419. Ecu.425-10. (S.D.12) 

319420. Ecu.578-9 x 2072 (S.D.12). 319422. Cun.365 x 2072 (S.D.12). 
319423 to 319436. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Mexico. Tubers presented by the Rockefeller Foundation, Mexico City. 
Received Apr. 3, 1967. 

319423. 'Alpha'. 319425. 'Atzimba'. 

319424. 'Anita'. 319426. 'Bertita'. 



319432. 


'Gabriela'. 


319433. 


'Greta'. 


319434. 


'Hilda'. 


319435. 


58-ES-37. 


319436. 


61-EA-5. 



68 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319423 to 319436— Continued 

319427. 'Conchita'. 

319428. 'Dorita'. 

319429. 'Elenita'. 

319430. 'Erendira'. 

319431. 'Florita'. 

319437. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From India. Scions presented by the Division of Plant Introduction, Indian 
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. Received Apri. 4, 1967. 

'Maharaji'. Origin Srinagar. 

319438 to 319454. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected October-December 1966 by H. S. Gentry, agri- 
cultural explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Belts- 
ville, Maryland. Numbered Apr. 4, 1967. 

319438 to 319446. Phaseolus acutifolius A. Gray Leguminosae. 

319438. Col. No. 22001. Arroyo de Terrasas, Rio Mayo, Sonora. Ele- 
vation 2,000 feet. Vine small, slender. 

319439. Col. No. 22009. Arroyo de Terrasas, Rio Mayo, Sonora. Short- 
tree forest. Elevation 2,000 feet. Vine, small, dry, leafless; pods dry. 
October 16. 

319440. Col. No. 22026. Rancho Ortaliza near San Bernardo, Rio Mayo, 
Sonora. Field side. Vine. 

319441. Col. No. 22043. Along Route 45 by water-marked rocks, 20 
miles northeast of Ciudad Durango. Elevation 6,000 feet. Grama 
grassland. Annual vine, slender. 

319442. Col. No. 22292. San Bernardo, Sonora. Elevation 1,000 feet. 
North cerro slope. Vine fine stemmed; pods dry. 

319443. Col. No. 22295. 'Serowi'. Movas, Sonora. Beans small, white. 
Cultivated with summer rains. 

319444. Col. No. 22300. Sierra west of Tonichi, Sonora. Elevation 
1,500 to 2,000 feet. Moist rocky canyon. Vines small, slender, dry. 

319445. Col. No. 22020. Microhondus Station east of highway near 
Sonora border, Sinaloa. Elevation 1,200 feet. Annual ground vine 
with good set of curved pods; flowers pink. On gravel borders of new 
road. 

319446. Col. No. 22022. Crossroad Cosala and Highway 15, Sinaloa. 
Elevation 300 feet. Short-tree forest, rocky slope. Perennial climbing 
vine; stems fine; flowers pink; pods small. 

319447. Phaseolus sp. 

Col. No. 22086. Along road to Mesquital, 25 miles south of Ciudad 
Durango. Elevation 6,650 feet. Oak grassland, north slope, gulley. Small 
annual or short-lived perennial herb on ground and in brush; flowers yellow. 

319448. Phaseolus adenanthus G. Meyer 

Col. No. 22156. Along road to Apatzingan, Michoacan, 13 miles south 
of Uruapan. Elevation 4,200 feet. Perennial vine on steep grassy slope 
with oaks; flowers lavender fading yellow; pistil long; pods flat. Locally 
common. 

319449. Phaseolus coccineus L. Scarlet runner bean. 

Col. No. 22140. 'Patola'. Market in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes. 
Elevation 6,000 feet. Beans large, white or variously colored; grown with- 
out poles, forming bushy growth with short runners. Uncommon. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 69 

319438 to 319454— Continued 

319450 and 319451. Phaseolus metcalfei Woot. & Standi. Metcalfe bean. 

319450. Col. No. 22007. Arroyo Tejas, Sierra Charuco, Sonora. Rocky 
oak slope. Elevation 4,500 feet. Ground vine, coarse. Sparsely 
scattered. 

319451. Col. No. 22056. Barranca 19 miles by road west of Guachochic, 
Chihuahua. Elevation 7,500 feet. Perennial ground vine on rocky soil 
with pine needle litter. 

319452 and 319453. Phaseolus strobilophorus (B. L. Robins.) Morton 

319452. Col. No. 22008. West side of Sierra Charuco, four miles north- 
west of Algodones, Sonora. Elevation 3,500 feet. Steep rocky talus 
with lower oaks. Large perennial vine on bushes and trees; stems 
thick, to 1% inches diameter at base; leaves small; pods 3 to 5 inches 
long, large, succulent, green, on long hanging peduncles. Rare. 

319453. Col. No. 22021. Microhondas station on cerro east of highway 
near Sonora border, Sinaloa. Elevation 1,000 feet. Short-tree forest. 
Large vine on trees and shrubs; perennial from tuberous root 3 to 5 
inches diameter. Pods large, round. No flowers. 

319454. Rhynchosia discolor Mart. & Gal. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 22045. Seven miles west of Durango along Route 40, Durango. 
Grama Grassland. Elevation 6,700 feet. With oak regrowth. Perennial 
vine, woody; flowers yellow. 

319455 to 319458. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. 

Sugarcane. 

From the Dominican Republic. Seeds presented by the Central Romana 
Corporation, La Romana. Received Apr. 4, 1967. 

319455. CR66-231. CB44-105 X Uba Marot. 

319456. CR66-457. CL41-223 X Uba Marot. 

319457. CR66-460. PR 1000 X CP 52-43. 

319458. CR66-280. Q 70 X CP 52-43. 

319459 to 319491. 

From Tanzania. Seeds grown in 1966 and presented by Northern Research 
Centre Tengeru, Arusha. Numbered Apr. 7, 1967. 

319459. Cenchrus ciliaris L. Gramineae. Buffelgrass. 
T-359. 'Molopo'. 

319460 to 319464. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 

319460. T-365. 'Chepararia 026'. 

319461. T-8364. 'Mpwapwa F16'. 

319462. T-8464. 'Mpwapwa V8\ 

319463. T-8564. 'Nzoia H18\ 

319464. T-8664. 'Mpwapwa F3. 

319465. Clitoria ternatea L. Leguminosae. Asian pigeonwings. 
T-2363. 

319466. Desmodium discolor Vogel Leguminosae. 
T-165. 

319467. Desmodium distortum (Aubl.) Macbride 
T-961. 



70 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319459 to 319491— Continued 

319468. Desmodium intortum (Mill.) Urb. 
T-353. 

319469. Desmodium sandwicense E. Mey. 
T-1066. 

319470. Desmodium uncinatum (Jacq.) DC. 
T-166. 

319471. Desmodium sp. 
T-253. 

319472. Dolichos formosus Hochst. ex A. Rich. Leguminosae. 
T-255. 

319473. Dolichos lablab L. Hyacinth-bean. 

T-966. 

319474 to 319479. Glycine wightii (R. Grab, ex Wight & Arn.) Verdcourt 
Leguninosal. 

319474. T-664. K51394. Grassland Research Station, Kitale, Kenya. 

319475. T-1263. 'Kisongo Masailand , . 

319476. T-1363. 'Musa Masailand'. 

319477. T-1463. 'Lesiraa Masailand'. 

319478. T-1563. 'Aridai Masailand'. 
31947?. T-2063. 'Moshi'. 

319480. Indigofera spicata Forsk. Leguminosae. 
T-8263. 

319481. Indigofera subulata Vahl ex Poir. 
T-8163. 

319482. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

T-553. 

319483. Lotononis bainesii Baker Leguminosae. 
T-2456. 

319484. Melinis minutiflora Beauv. Gramineae. Molassesgrass. 
T-6664. 

319485. Panicum coloratum L. Gramineae. 
T-666. 

319486. Panicum maximum Jacq. Guineagrass. 
T-6264. 

319487. Rhynchosia minima (L.) DC. Leguminosae. 
T-1663. 

319488. Rhynchosia sennaarensis Hochst. ex Schweinf. 
T-1963. 

319489. Setaria sphacelata (Schum.) Stapf & Hubb. ex M. B. Moss 
Gramineae. Millet. 

T-566. 'Improved Nandi\ 



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71 



319459 to 319491— Continued 

319490. Stylosanthes gracilis H.B.K. Leguminosae. 
T-776. 

319491. Trifolium rueppelianum Fresen. Leguminosae. 
T-3863. 

319492 to 319523. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. 



Rice. 



From Mexico. Seeds presented by National Institute of Agricultural Re- 
search, Department of Agriculture and Livestock, Chapingo. Numbered 
Apr. 10, 1967. 

319492. Bbt. 50/2 X Gulfrose 
B589A1-3-1-1-2-2C-1C. 

319493. Bbt. 50/2 X Gulfrose 
B589A18-21-2-2-3. 

319494. Bbt. 50/2 X Jojutla 

319495. B5111A1-108-1-5-2-1-4 

319496. C24-16-13-3-2-3. 

319497. C24-16-13-5-2-7. 

319498. C26-12-2-2-5-9. 

319499. Cempoala A66. 

319500. Corerepe A67. 

319501. Costeno A66. 

319502. Cotaxtla A66. 

319503. CP 231 x H012. 

319504. CP 231 x SLO 17. 

319505. Fuerte A64. 

319506. Guasave A64. 

319507. I.J.30-16. 

319524. Lens CULiNARis Medic. Leguminosae. Lentil. 

From Iran. Seeds presented by W. J. Kaiser, United States Department of 
Agriculture Regional Pulse Improvement Project, Tehran. Numbered 
Apr. 10, 1967. 

From bazaar in Ghazirn, 150 km. west of Tehran. 

319525 to 319533. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

Soybean. 

From India. Seeds presented by R. Matsuura, United States Department of 
Agriculture Regional Pulse Improvement Project, New Delhi. Num- 
bered Apr. 10, 1967. 

319525. E.C. 132-2. UN 734. From China. 

319526. E.C. 16111. 'Mantichin'. From China. 

319527. E.C. 16119. Tin-tin-hwang'. From China. 

319528. E.C. 34109. 'Tsinj-juang'. 

319529. E.C. 36895. 'Taitu Kaohsiung 1'. 

319530. E.C. 36896. Taitu Kaohsiung 3'. 

319531. E.C. 36897. Taitu Kaohsiung 5'. 



319508. 


I.J.32-19-5. 


319509. 


I.B.T. No. 4. 


319510. 


I.B.T. No. 36. 


319511. 


V65-S. 53. 


319512. 


Mo. V65-S. 87. 


319513. 


Mo. V65-S. 81. 


319514. 


Mo. V65-S. 92. 


319515. 


Mo. V65-S. 93. 


319516. 


Mochis A64. 


319517. 


Morado Criollo. 


319518. 


Morelos 2. 


319519. 


Pc.6-2416-Mz-62. 


319520. 


Piedras Negras A67. 


319521. 


Rexoro X Colusa) X 


I.J.30-16 C86-13-16-Cu2- 


Cul-FVI-FV5. 


319522. 


Rio Blanco A66. 


319523. 


Sinaloa A64. 



72 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319525 to 319533— Continued 

319532. E.C. 37053. Tin-Din-Kuaw'. 

319533. I.C. 193. 'Nanking No. 417'. 

319534 to 319538. Glycine max (L.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

Soybean. 

From Japan. Seeds of Chinese origin collected in 1964 from the China 
Economy-Trade Exhibition, Chuo-ku, Tokyo. Presented through the 
American Soybean Association. Numbered Apr. 10, 1967. 

319534. 'Hoshu No. 4'. 319537. 'Tono No. 1\ 

319535. 'Keisanboku'. 319538. No. 6014. 

319536. 'Shika No. 4'. 

319539. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice 

From Thailand. Seeds presented by R. Purnariksha, Sukhunvir, Bangkok. 
Numbered Apr. 10, 1967. 
No data. 

319540. Litchi chinensis Sonner Sapindaceae. Lychee. 

From Madagascar. Seeds presented by Luis Marden, National Geographic 
Society, Washington, D. C. Received Apr. 10, 1967. 

From Tananarive. 

319541 to 319547. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From Taiwan. Tubers presented by the Plant Industry Division, Joint Com- 
mission on Rural Reconstruction, Taipei. Received Apr. 17, 1967. 

319541. C41-5. (Tainung No. 17 X Nancy Hall). Vines moderately 
large, medium long, stems dark green with purple. Leaves cordate, green 
with reddish purple base. Roots pear-shaped spindle; skin light brown; 
flesh deep orange; vitamin A 7,800 I.U./100 grams; quality very good to 
excellent; dry matter 29 to 31%. 

319542. C41-74. (Tainung No. 17 X Nancy Hall). Vines slightly small, 
long, 1.5 to 2.0 meters; stems light green with purple, hairy. Leaves 
cordate. Roots light yellow brown; long spindle in shape; flesh orange 
yellow, quality very good; dry matter 29 to 30%. 

319543. Tainung No. 27. (American Yellow Skin X White Holland). 
Vines small, medium long, slightly hairy; stems yellow green, tinged 
reddish purple. Leaves three lobed. Roots orange yellow; spindle 
shaped, small to medium in size, flesh light yellow; quality very good; 
dry matter 36.6 to 38.8%. Medium maturity; resistant to Fusarium and 
contracted disease (Sphaceloma batatas Sawada). 

319544. Tainung No. 44. (Foreign variety X Tainung No. 14). Vines 
moderately large, long, 70 to 100 centimeters; stem reddish purple, 
smooth. Leaves 3- or 5-lobed. Roots russet brown; pear shaped, short 
spindle; flesh light yellow; quality very good; dry matter 36.2% 

319545. Tainung No. 57. (Tainung No. 27 X Nancy Hall). Vines short, 
slightly hairy; stems coarse, internodes short. Leaves 5-lobed, green 
with light purple base. Roots yellow brown; fusiform shaped, regular; 
flesh orange yellow; quality excellent; dry matter 30.4 to 37.7%; vitamin 
A 2,280 I.U./100 grams. Early maturity, wet tolerant; resistant to 
Fusarium. 

319546. Tainung No. 17. (Red Meat X Cake Potato). Vines moderately 
large, long, slightly hairy; stems yellow green. Leaves 3-lobed or entire, 
green with deep reddish purple base. Roots reddish purple, long spindle 
shaped, regular; flesh white; dry matter 36.4 to 40.7%; quality very good. 
Late maturity, wet tolerant. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 73 

319541 to 319547— Continued 

319547. Tainung 23. (White Holland X Nancy Hall). Vines large, long, 
1 to 1.5 meters; stems yellow green. Leaves reniform, petioles yellow 
green. Roots cream buff, spindle shaped, flesh light orange yellow; 
quality excellent; high in dry matter 37.5%. 

319548. Fragaria (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From Belgium. Plants presented by the Directeur, Comite de Recherches du 
Graisier, Grivegnee. Received Apr. 21, 1967. 

'Souvenir de Charles Machiroux'. 

319549. Juglans regia L. Juglandaceae. Persian walnut. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented by the Agricultural Research Council, 
Karachi. Received Apr. 24, 1967. 

Collected from Hunza area, by the Assistant Director of Agriculture, Gilgit. 
Five thousand feet above sea level. 

319550 to 319690. 

From Mexico. Seeds collected October-November 1966 by H. S. Gentry, agri- 
cultural explorer, Crops Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Belts- 
ville, Maryland. Numbered Apr. 24, 1967. 

319550 and 319551. Phaseolus acutifolius var. latifolius G. F. Freeman 
Leguminosae. Tepary bean. 

319550. Col. No. 22079. Trijol bianco'. San Juan del Rio, Durango. 
Elevation 6,000 feet. Small; white. Bush type. October 1966. 

319551. Col. No. 22207. Trijol bianco'. Market in Ciudad Guzman, 
Jalisco. Elevation 5,000 feet. Small; white. November 1966. 

319552 to 319690. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 
San Juan del Rio, Durango. Elevation 5,500 feet. 

319552. Col. No. 22047. Trijol jorocho'. Large buff, angular. Culti- 
vated with summer rains. 

319553. Col. No. 22048. 'Frijol rata y bayo'. Mixture; sample taken 
as thrashed; dark gray. 

319554. Col. No. 22051. Temporales del Huajojitan, Chihuahua. Ele- 
vation 5,200 feet. Annual, coarse; pinto type. 

319555. Col. No. 22053. 'Ojo de cabra'. Guachochic, Chihuahua. Ele- 
vation 7,500 to 8,000 feet. Bush type; local. 

Store in Guachochic, Ghihuahua. Elevation 7,500 to 8,000 feet. 

319556. Col. No. 22054. Mixture. Bush type; local. 

319557. Col. No. 22055. 'Mantequilla' and 'Ojo de cabra'. Mixture of 
two varieties. Bush type; local. 

By road, 19 miles west of Guachochic, Chihuahua. Elevation 7,500 feet. 

319558. Col. No. 22057. Trijol Prieto'. In barranca. Small, black, 
Bush type; versatile for food preparation. 

319559. Col. No. 22058. Trijol de verano'. Small, red. Reported 
planted by Tarahumare Indians. 

319560. Col. No. 22059. 'Frijol norteno'. Bush type; reportedly grown 
by local owner for over 30 years. In canyon. 

319561. Col. No. 22060. Trijol japones'. Bush type. Reportedly 
grown for over 30 years. 

319562. Col. No. 22061. Trijol amarillo de la sierra'. Large, pale 
yellow. Bush type. 



74 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319550 to 310690— Continued 
319552 to 319690— Continued 

319563. Col. No. 22062. 'Frijol de estaca'. Large, gray, black brindled. 
Pole type; local. 

319564. Col. No. 22063. Large, yellow. Pole type. 

Tonachi, 20 miles north of Huachochic, Chihuahua. Elevation 6,500 feet. 
Volcanic canyon. Cultivated by Tarahumare Indians. 

319565. Col. No. 22064. 'Frijol amarillo'. Thin, yellow. 

319566. Col. No. 22065. 'Frijol bianco'. 

319567. Col. No. 22066. 'Frijol bayo\ 

Caborachi, by road 15 miles east of Huachochic, Chihuahua. Elevation 
7,500 feet. Cultivated by Tarahumare Indians. 

319568. Col. No. 22069. 'Muni laname\ (T.) Yellow. 

319569. Col. No. 22071. Large, buff. Bush type. 

319570. Col. No. 22072. Variegated. Bush type. 

319571. Col. No. 22075. Small, red. Bush type. 
Market in Parral, Chihuahua. Elevation 6,500 feet. 

319572. Col. No. 22076. 'Frijol mantequinV. Bush type; local. 

319573. Col. No. 22077. 'Frijol mantequilla gorda'. Pinto, bush type. 

319574. Col. No. 22078. 'Frijol rata'. Lavender. Bush type; local. 

319575. Col. No. 22080. 'Frijol pinto*. Bush type; local. Easily 
cooked. 

319576. Col. No. 22081. 'Frijol mantequilla , . Bush type. Much culti- 
vated in Durango. 

319577. Col. No. 22082. 'Frijol coracho'. Large, buff. Bush type; 
locally common. 

319578. Col. No. 22094. 'Frijol mantequilla'. Nombre de Dios, Du- 
rango. Elevation about 5,800 feet. Pinto. Bush type. Planted 
locally with summer rains. 

Sombrerete, Zacatecas. Elevation 7,500 feet. 

319579. Col. No. 22096. 'Frijol negro'. Small, black. Bush type. 

319580. Col. No. 22097. 'Frijol canelo'. Rosy roan. Bush type. 
Grown with summer rains. 

319581. Col. 22098. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Pale buff. Bush type. 
Grown with summer rains. 

Fresnillo, Zacatecas. Elevation about 6,000 feet. 

319582. Col. No. 22099. Pink. Bush type; local. 

319583. Col. No. 22100. 'Frijol bayo garbanzo'. High yielding buff. 
Bush type. Common. Grown with summer rains. 

Market in Zacatecas. Elevation about 7,500 feet. 

319584. Col. No. 22102. 'Aluvia'. Small, white. Bush type; local. 

319585. Col. No. 22103. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Small, rounded, pale 
yellow with yellow eye. Bush type. 

319586. Col. No. 22104. 'Frijol barqueno'. Thin; dull yellow. Bush 
type. 

319587. Col. No. 22105. 'Frijol ejotero'. Elongate; black and white, 
mostly black. Snap, pole type. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 75 

319550 to 310690— Continued 
319552 to 319690— Continued 

319588. Col. No. 22106. Trijola'. Large, angular; buff. Bush type. 
Much grown on central plateau. 

319589. Col. No. 22107. Trijol negro'. Small; black. Bush type. 

319590. Col. No. 22108. Trijol canario'. Small; pale yellow. Mixture. 
Bush type. Not the 'Canario' of Jalisco. 

319591. Col. No. 22109. Trijol flor de Mayo'. Yellow flushed with pink. 
Bush type. Not the 'Flor de Mayo' of Aguascalientes and Jalisco. 

Market in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes. Elevation about 6,000 feet. 

319592. Col. No. 22110. Trijol garbancillo bianco'. Small, roundish, 
pale ; yellow eye. 

319593. Col. No. 22111. Trijol grulla'. Tan. Bush type; local. 

319594. Col. No. 22112. 'Aluvia mediana'. Medium; white. 

319595. Col. No. 22113. Trijol japones'. Large, round; bright pink 
and white. 

319596. Col. No. 22114. Trijol garbancillo'. Small; pale yellow with 
yellow and white eye. Bush type. 

319597. Col. No. 22115. 'Frijol almendrilla'. Thin, elongate; pale 
yellow. 

319598. Col. No. 22116. 'Frijol garbanza'. Roundish; pale yellow with 
orange and white eye. Bush type. 

319599. Col. No. 22117. Trijol rosa de Castilla'. Large; pink and white 
flushed. 

319600. Col. No. 22118. Trijol cacahuate'. Narrow, thin; tan with red 
purple markings ; local. 

319601. Col. No. 22119. Trijol morada de agua'. Mixed shades of 
purple. Bush type. 

319602. Col. No. 22120. Trijol chivitas'. Small; gay, red and white, 
mottled. 

319603. Col. No. 22121. Trijol higuerilla'. Pale, pinto. Locally popu- 
lar. 

319604. Col. No. 22124. Trijol negro'. Small; black. Bush type. 

319605. Col. No. 22125. 'Frijol negro'. Large; black; local. 

319606. Col. No. 22126. Trijol apetito'. Small; purplish. Bush type. 

319607. Col. No. 22127. Trijol bayo rata'. Plump; tan to lavender. 
Common. Bush type. 

319608. Col. No. 22128. Trijol car.elo'. Mottled lavender. Common. 

319609. Col. No. 22129. Trijol ojo de liebre'. Brindled gray brown. 
Common in northwest Mexico. Bush type. 

319610. Col. No. 22130. 'Aluvia'. Small; white. Bush type. 

Col. No. 22131. 'Barqueno and flor de mayo'. Grown with summer rains. 
Bush type. Divided into 4 components. 

319611. Mixture. 

319612. Elongated, tan with dark eye. 

319613. Plump. White with brown mottling. 

319614. Tan with brown mottling. 

319615. Col. No. 22132. Trijol rebosero'. Well filled; lavender, slightly 
mottled. Bush type. 



76 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319550 to 310690— Continued 
319552 to 319690— Continued 

319616. Col. No. 22133. 'Frijol apetito'. Small; lavender. Mixture. 
Bush type. 

319617. Col. No. 22134. 'Frijol garapato'. Tan. Bush type. Grown 
with summer rains. 

319618. Col. No. 22135. 'Frijol flor de mayo'. Lavender with pale 
mottlings. Bush type. 

319619. Col. No. 22136. 'Frijol canario\ Slender; pale yellow. Grown 
with summer rains. 

319620. Col. No. 22137. 'Frijol bayo rosada'. Blocky; yellow. Bush 
type. Common. 

319621. Col. No. 22138. 'Frijol bayo'. Small; shiny, yellow. Bush 
type. Common. 

319622. Col. No. 22139. 'Frijol negro'. Small; black. Bush type. 
Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. Elevation about 5,000 feet. 

319623. Col. No. 22146. 'Frijol amapolo'. Small; variably pinkish. 

319624. Col. No. 22147. 'Frijol san morano'. Small, roundish; tan. 

319625. Col. No. 22148. 'Frijol Patzcuareno'. Long; pinkish. From 
Patzcuaro. 

319626. Col. No. 22149. 'Frijol cucunita'. Large; pale speckled. From 
Patzcuaro. 

319627. Col. No. 22150. 'Frijol rosita'. Small; dull colored primitive 
appearance. Cultivated around Zamora, with or without irrigation. 

Market in Los Reyes, Michoacan. Elevation 4,800 feet. 

319628. Col. No. 22157. 'Frijol mexiano bola'. Well-rounded shiny, 
light buff. Bush type with summer rains ; grown locally on poles when 
irrigated. 

319629. Col. No. 22158. 'Frijol rosita'. Brought from Zamora. Small; 
light tan. 

319630. Col. No. 22159. 'Frijol pastilla'. Brought from Zamora. Well 
rounded ; shiny, tan. 

319631. Col. No. 22160. 'Frijol apetito'. Brought from Zamora. Light 
tan with big red eye. 

319632. Col. No. 22161. 'Frijol flor de Mayo'. From Nayarit. Pale, 
mottled pink. 

319633. Col. No. 22162. 'Frijol buen gusto'. From Guadalajara, Jalisco. 
Light buff. Common. 

319634. Col. No. 22163. From Zamora. Light speckled. 

319635. Col. No. 22164. From Zamora. Mixture of seed color. 

319636. Component of P.I. 319635. Large, light yellow seed. 

319637. Component of P.I. 319636. Lavender seed. 
Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. Elevation about 5,000 feet. 

319638. Col. No. 22165. 'Frijol paralena'. From Patzcuaro. Narrow; 
brown with small white eye. Grown by Tarascan Indians. 

319639. Col. No. 22166. 'Frijol marceno'. From Patzcuaro. Small; 
pole type. 

319640. Col. No. 22167. From Patzcuaro. Elongate; brownish. Prob- 
ably pole type. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 77 

319550 to 310690— Continued 
319552 to 319690— Continued 

319641. Col. No. 22168. Roundish; brightly bicolored red and white. 
Grown locally by Tarascan Indians. 

319642. Col. No. 22169. 'Amapolo de camino'. From Urandulo. Light 
pink. 

319643. Col. No. 22170. 'Frijol rancherito'. From Patzcuaro. Mixed 
colors. 

319644. Col. No. 22171. 'Frijol caniro'. From Morelia. Elongate; yel- 
low. Common on Jaliscan plateau. 

319645. Col. No. 22172. From Patzcuaro. Mixed colors. 

319646. Col. No. 22173. 'Frijol bayo\ From Patzcuaro. Large, vari- 
able size; pale. 

319647. Col. No. 22174. 'Frijol morito'. Roundish; bicolored, striped 
brown. Pole type. Yields well. 

319648. Col. No. 22191. 'Frijol bayo\ Cofradia de Suchitlan, Colima. 
Elevation about 4,000 feet. Volcanics. Small, thin; light. Grown 
locally. 

Market in Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco. Elevation about 5,000 feet. 

319649. Col. No. 22203. 'Frijol azufrado'. Small; pale yellow; viny. 
Common in highlands. 

319650. Col. No. 22204. 'Frijol mesquitillo , . Small; yellowish. 

319651. Col. No. 22205. 'Frijol bianco'. Small; white. 

319652. Col. No. 22206. 'Frijol blor de Mayo'. Pale, buff, faintly 
maculated. 

319653. Col. No. 22208. "Frijol garbancillo'. Small, round; pale yellow. 

319654. Col. No. 22209. 'Frijol ciceleno'. Semiring stripes. Pale. 

319655. Col. No. 22210. 'Frijol perlita' Small ; tan to buff . 

319656. Col. No. 22211. 'Frijola\ Large, rounded; greenish buff. 

319657. Col. No. 22212. 'Frijol barraleno'. Brown. Grown in heavy 
soil. 

319658. Col. No. 22213. 'Frijol apetito morado'. Uniform, roundish; 
purplish. 

319659. Col. No. 22214. 'Frijol mexicano'. Irregular size; pale. 

319660. Col. No. 22215. 'Frijol cacahuate'. Long; pink. 

319661. Col. No. 22216. Frijol apetito'. Rounded; pink. 

319662. Col. No. 22217. 'Frijol sanque de gallina'. Elongate; pale pink. 

319663. Col. No. 22218. 'Frijol jabones'. Long; red speckled. 

319664. Col. No. 22219. 'Frijol apetito'. Well filled; pale with red- 
rimmed white eye. 

319665. Col. No. 22220. 'Frijol zacaticano'. Speckled or pinto. 

319666. Col. No. 22221. 'Frijol leche'. Blocky; nearly white. 

319667. Col. No. 22222. 'Frijol negro'. Well rounded; black. Pole 
type. 

319668. Col. No. 22223. 'Frijol mexicano'. Shiny buff . 

319669. Col. No. 22224. 'Apetito bianco'. Blocky; light yellowish. 

319670. Col. No. 22225. 'Frijol verde'. Large, rounded; pale green. 



78 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319550 to 310690— Continued 
319552 to 319690 — Continued 

319671. Col. No. 22226. 'Frijol flor de mayo'. Mixed tan and mottled 
pale pink. 

319672. Col. No. 22227. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Small, rounded; yellowish. 

319673. Col. No. 22228. 'Frijol rosita'. Small, variable; dun. Rather 
primitive. 

319674. Col. No. 22229. 'Frijol apetita'. Blocky, uniform; light. 
Vigna-like. 

319675. Col. No. 22230. 'Frijol garbancillo'. Blocky, rounded; pale yel- 
lowish. Common. 

Market in Tepic, Nayarit. Elevation 3,000 feet. 

319676. Col. No. 22242. 'Frijol negro'. Black. Reported cultivated 
about Sacualpan. 

319677. Col. No. 22243. 'Frijol bolito\ Round; greenish yellow. Re- 
portedly from San Pedro. 

319678. Col. No. 22244. 'Frijol azufrado'. From Santiago. Small 
yellowish tan. 

Market in Uruapan, Michoacan. 

319679. Col. No. 22248. 'Pazcuareno frijol'. Cultivated near Patz- 
cuaro. Large, long; buff. 

319680. Col. No. 22249. 'Frijol de Ajun'. Grown at Ajun. Apparently 
vine. Seed small, mixed colors. 

319681. Component of P.I. 319680. Seed black. 

319682. Component of P.I. 319680. Seed lavender, dark mottlings. 

319683. Col. No. 22250. 'Frijol morada bolita'. Grown near Morelia. 
Round; red. 

319684. Col. No. 22251. 'Frijol Higuerilla'. Well rounded pinto with 
yellow eye. 

319685. Col. No. 22252. 'Frijol cacahuate'. From San Luis de la Paz. 
Large, long, with red markings. 

319686. Col. No. 22285. 'Frijol apetito morado'. Atenquique, Jalisco. 
Elevation about 3,000 feet. Reddish to tan. Common. 

319687. Col. No. 22286. 'Frijol azufrado'. Acaponeta, Tepic. Eleva- 
tion 200 feet. Small; pale yellow. Common in Nayarit and Sinaloa 
lowlands. 

319688. Col. No. 22296. 'Frijol mantequilla'. Large, pinto. Grown 
with irrigation. 

319689. Col. No. 22297. 'Frijol pinto'. Small, pinto. 

319690. Col. No. 22299. Tonichi, Sonora. Pinto; reportedly grown in 
the sierras. 

319691. Crambe abyssinica Hochst. ex R. E. Fries Cruciferae. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by R. K. Downey, Canada Department of 
Agriculture, Research Branch, Saskatoon, Sask. Received Apr. 26, 1967. 

CD 6619. Increased at Morden Experimental Farm in 1964. Originally 
from Sweden. 

319692 to 319694. Brassica campestris var. sarson Prain 
Cruciferae. 

From India. Seeds presented by J. N. Rai, Botany Department, Lucknow 
University, Lucknow, under Public Law 480 project A7-CR-37. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 79 

319692 to319694— Continued 

319692. In46755. 

319693. In46756. 

319694. In46760. 

319695. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. 

Tomato. 

From the United States. Seeds held at the Regional Plant Introduction Sta- 
tion, Geneva, N.Y. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

G-14417. 'Ronita'. Originally from France via Canada. Vine, semi- 
determinant, uniform, vigorous, 26 inches by 43 inches wide; late maturing. 
Fruit resembles 'Roma'; 5.5 cm. by 4.4 cm. diameter; uniform ripening, uni- 
form dark red. Nematode resistant. 

319696. Glycine tomentella Hayata Leguminosae. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by J. E. Bligh, Anchorfield, Brookstead, 
Queensland. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

Original seed from Australia, April 1959. Increased in greenhouse at 
University of Illinois, Urbana in 1961 as plant L61g-54A-1. 

319697. Glycine tabacina Benth. Leguminosae. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by W. T. Tang, National Taiwan University, 
Taipei. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

Seed taken from a plant specimen originating in Quemoy Island. Repro- 
duced in 1965 at University of Illinois, Urbana. 

319698. Peponia vogelii Hook, f . Cucurbitaceae. 

From Kenya. Seeds collected by C E. Smith, New Crops Research Branch, 
Crops Research Division, Beltsville, Maryland. 

Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

Col. No. 4647. Mt. Kilimanjaro. Elevation 6,500 feet. 

319699. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Saudi-Arabia. Seeds presented by the Chinese Agricultural Mission, 
Hofuf , Al Hassa. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

'Hassawi'. Reported to be salt tolerant. Local type grown in area for 2 
centuries. 

319700 to 319704. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From Colombia. Seeds presented by the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones 
Agropecuarias, Palmira. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

319700. ICA 1. T112E-6T-4P-2T-1P. 

319701. ICA 2. T145C-1P-4T-1P-1P. 

319702. ICA 7. T181E-6P-1T-2P. 

319703. ICA 5. T112E-6T-1P-2T-1P. 

319704. ICA 10. T112D-7P-5T-1P-2T. 

319705 to 319708. 

From Zambia. Seeds collected by C. E. Smith, New Crops Research Branch, 
Crops Research Division, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

319705 to 319707. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

Col. No. 4670. From Abercorn Market. 

319705. No. 1. White. 

319706. No. 2. Yellow-green, dark eye zone. 



80 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



319705 to 319708— Continued 

319705 to 319707— Continued 

319707. No. 3. Mixture. 

319708. Zehneria sp. Cucurbitaceae. 

No collection number. From forest area near Ndola. Vine clambering 
over shrubs ; in partial shade. 

319709 to 319711. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Plant Introduction Service, National and 



Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 



University Institute of Agriculture, Rehovoth. 

319709. 1964-1570-2. 

319710. 1964-1570-4. 

319711. 1964-1572-1. 

319712 and 319713. 

From Rumania. Seeds presented by I.C.C.P.T. Fundulea, Bucuresti. 
bered Apr. 27, 1967. 



Num- 



319712. 


Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. 


Alfalfa. 


H.652. 


Fundulea. 






319713. 


Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. 


Leguminosae. Sainfoin. 


I.C.A.6. Turda. 






319714 to 319814. Arachis hypogaea L. 


Leguminosae. 


From Israel. Seeds grown in 1966 and presented by Amram Ashri, Faculty of 
Agriculture, Hebrew University, Rehovoth. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 


319714. 


Line 123. 


319736. 


No. 331-18. 


319715. 


Line 136. 


319737. 


No. 331-19. 


319716. 


'Pearl White'. 


319738. 


No. 331-20. 


319717. 


'Virginia Adorn'. 


319739. 


No. 331-21. 


319718. 


'Virginia Beit-Dagan No. 4\ 


319740. 


No. 331-22. 


319719. 


No. 1012. 


319741. 


No. 331-24. 


319720. 


No. 1013. 


319742. 


No. 331-26. 


319721. 


No. 331-1. 


319743. 


No. 331-27. 


319722. 


No. 331-2. 


319744. 


No. 331-28. 


319723. 


No. 331-3. 


319745. 


No. 331-29. 


319724. 


No. 331-4. 


319746. 


No. 331-30. 


319725. 


No. 331-6. 


319747. 


No. 331-31. 


319726. 


No. 331-7. 


319748. 


No. 331-32. 


319727. 


No. 331-8. 


319749. 


No. 331-34. 


319728. 


No. 331-9. 


319750. 


No. 331-35. 


319729. 


No. 331-10. 


319751. 


No. 331-38. 


319730. 


No. 331-11. 


319752. 


No. 331-39. 


319731. 


No. 331-12. 


319753. 


No. 331-45. 


319732. 


No. 331-14. 


319754. 


No. 331-46. 


319733. 


No. 331-15. 


319755. 


No. 1064-26. 


319734. 


No. 331-16. 


319756. 


No. 1065-7. 


319735. 


No. 331-17. 


319757. 


No. 1065-20. 





JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 


319714 to 319814— Continued 






319758. 


No. 1066-5. 


319787. 


No. 1068-6. 


319759. 


No. 1066-7. 


319788. 


No. 1068-7. 


319760. 


No. 1066-9. 


319789. 


No. 1068-8. 


319761. 


No. 1066-11. 


319790. 


No. 1068-9. 


319762. 


No. 1066-12. 


319791. 


No. 1068-10. 


319763. 


No. 1066-13. 


319792. 


No. 1068-11. 


319764. 


No. 1066-16. 


319793. 


No. 1068-14. 


319765. 


No. 1066-17. 


319794. 


No. 1068-15. 


319766. 


No. 1066-18. 


319795. 


No. 1068-16. 


319767. 


No. 1066-19. 


319796. 


No. 1068-17. 


319768. 


No. 1066-20. 


319797. 


No. 1068-19. 


319769. 


No. 1066-22. 


319798. 


No. 1068-20. 


319770. 


No. 1066-27. 


319799. 


No. 1068-21. 


319771. 


No. 1066-29. 


319800. 


No. 1068-22. 


319772. 


No. 1066-30. 


319801. 


No. 1068-23. 


319773. 


No. 1066-31. 


319802. 


No. 1068-24. 


319774. 


No. 1066-32. 


319803. 


No. 1068-25. 


319775. 


No. 1066-34. 


319804. 


No. 1068-28. 


319776. 


No. 1066-35. 


319805. 


No. 1068-30. 


319777. 


No. 1066-36. 


319806. 


No. 1068-31. 


319778. 


No. 1066-37. 


319807. 


No. 1068-32. 


319779. 


No. 1066-38. 


319808. 


No. 1068-33. 


319780. 


No. 1066-39. 


319809. 


No. 1068-34. 


319781. 


No. 1066-40. 


319810. 


No. 1968-35. 


319782. 


No. 1067-7. 


319811. 


No. 1068-36. 


319783. 


No. 1067-35. 


319812. 


No. 1069-36. 


319784. 


No. 1968-1. 


319813. 


No. 1070-9. 


319785. 


No. 1068-2. 


319814. 


No. 1070-34. 


319786. 


No. 1068-5. 







81 



319815 to 319829. 

From Norway. Seeds presented by the Director, Oslo University Botanic 
Gardens, Oslo. Code numbers taken from the 1967 Index Seminum of the 
Garden. Numbered Apr. 27, 1967. 

319815. Alopecurus arundinaceus Poir. Gramineae. Foxtail. 
No. 858. 

319816. Ammophila arenaria (L.) Link Gramineae. Beachgrass. 
No. 222. Klepp: Revtangen, Rogaland county. 

319817 and 319818. Astragalus glycyphyllos L. Leguminosae. 

319817. No. 86. Baerum: Boroya, Akershus county. 

319818. No. 87. Frogen: Hallangspoller, Akershus county. 

319819. Elymus arenarius L. Gramineae. European dunegrass. 

No. 232. Baerum: Boroya, south side, Akershus. 



82 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319815 to 319829— Continued 

319820. Hemerocallis dumortieri Morren Liliaceae. Daylily. 
No. 928. 

319821. Hosta ventricosa (Salisb.) Stearn Liliaceae. 

No. 929. 

319822 and 319823. Lotus corniculatus L. Leguminosae. 

Birdsfoot trefoil. 

319822. No. 90. Lorn: Smadalen, hill above Smorliseter. South-facing 
gabbro rocks, Oppland. Elevation 1,150 meters. 

319823. No. 91. Kvinnherad: Rosendal, Hordaland. 

319824. Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Leguminosae. Sainfoin. 
No. 607. 

319825. Phalaris arundinacea L. Gramineae. Reed canarygrass. 
No. 239. Baerum: Boroya, Akershus. 

319826. Syringa amurensis Rupr. Oleaceae. Manchurian lilac. 
No. 634. 

319827. Syringa reflexa C. Schneid. Oleaceae. Nodding lilac. 
No. 635. 

319828. Trifolium fragiferum L. Leguminosae. Strawberry clover. 
No. 609. 

319829. Trifolium lupinaster L. Leguminosae. 
No. 611. 

319830 to 319838. Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf. Rutaceae. 

Hardy orange. 

From Australia. Seeds presented by the Division of Horticulture, New South 
Wales Department of Agriculture, New South Wales. Grown at the 
Horticultural Research Station, Narara, New South Wales. Received 
June 2, 1967. 

Small-flowered strain. Large-flowered strain. 

319830. Sel. 10. 319835. Sel. 178. 

319831. Sel. 22. 319836. Sel. 179. 

319832. Sel. 23. 319837. Sel. 191. 

319833. Sel. 48. Tetraploid strain. 

319834. Sel. 180. 319838. Sel. 67. 

319839 to 319841. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Plants presented by the Insti- 
tute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 5, 1967. 

319839. 'Cernobrivka'. ('Premier' X 'Indijskaja'). Developed at Majkop 
Experiment Station. Plants medium tall, compact, leafy, vigorous ; fruits 
large, conical, dark red, glossy; flesh firm, dark red; flavor good; early, 
winter hardy, relatively drought resistant, productive. 

319840. 'Festival'naja'. ('Obirnaja' X 'Premier'). Developed at Pav- 
lovsk Experiment Station. Plants tall, leafy, slightly spreading; fruits 
very large, oblong, bright red, glossy; flesh rosy, rather firm, high yield- 
ing; winter hardy, middle early. 

319841. 'Vnuchka'. Developed at the Horticultural Research Institute of 
the non-chernozem soil zone, Moscow. Early ripening. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 83 

319842. Pyracantha coccinea Roemer Rosaceae. 

Scarlet firethorn. 

From New Zealand. Plants presented by R. E. Harrison and Company, 374 
Albert Street, Palmerston North. Received June 5, 1967. 

'Magnifica'. 

319843 to 319846. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit 
Leguminosae. Leadtree. 

From Venezuela. Seeds presented by G. P. Gibbs, Apartado 393, Barquisi- 
meto. Received April 28, 1967. 

From local sites ; arid area. Elevation 500 meters. 

319843. 'El Salvador'. 319845. 'Singapur'. 

319844. 'Peruvian'. 319846. 'Venezuelano'. 

319847. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Australia. Scions presented by the Victorian Plant Research Institute, 
Burnley, Victoria. Received May 1, 1967. 

'Granny Smith'. 

319848 and 319849. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. 

Potato. 

From Japan. Tubers presented by the Hokkaido National Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, Potato Breeding Center, Shimamatsu, Eniwa, Hokkaido. 
Received May 2, 1967. 

319848. 'Hokkai No. 45'. 

319849. 'Hokkaiaka'. 

319850 and 319851. Fragaria (hybrid) . Rosaceae. 

From Germany. Plants presented by Reinhold Hummel, Stuttgart-Weilimdorf 
Kostlinstr. Received May 4, 1967. 

319850. 'Hummi-Gehro". 

319851. 'Hummi-Grande'. 

319852. Prunus AVIUM L. Rosaceae. Sweet cherry. 

From Canada. Scions presented by the Research Station, Canada Department 
of Agriculture, Summerland. Received May 8, 1967. 

2C-27-19. 

319853. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Lazar 
Volin, East European Branch, Foreign Agricultural Service, Washington, 
D.C. Numbered May 8, 1967. 

Collected in 1964 south of Moscow. 
319854 and 319855. 

From Thailand. Seeds presented by Richard Keirstead, Baptist Mission, 
Chiengmai. Received May 8, 1967. 

319854. Solanum sp. Solanaceae. 

Collected near Kang Haw village, Nan Province. Elevation 4,200 feet. 
Resembles wild eggplant; reported edible. 

319855. Solanum sp. 

Collected near Huai Khu village, Chieng Rai Province. Elevation 3,400 
feet. Resembles wild eggplant. 



84 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

319856 and 319857. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Chile. Seeds presented by Estacion Experimental "La Platina", Insti- 
tute de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Santiago. Received May 8, 1967. 

319856. 'Baflo'. Spring type. 

319857. 'Raco'. Spring type. 

319858 to 319860. Daucus carota L. Umbelliferae. Carrot. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Takii and Company, Ltd., Kyoto. Received 
May 8, 1967. 

319858. 'Early Scarlet Wonder'. Matures 1 week earlier than Takii's 
Scarlet Wonder. 

319859. 'Heian Long Scarlet Wonder'. Improved type, longer than Takii's 
Scarlet Wonder and matures about 1 week later. 

319860. Takii's Scarlet Wonder'. Typical variety of this type still pro- 
duced in sizable quantity. 

319861 and 319862. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by G. A. Kemp, Canada Department of 
Agriculture, Research Station, Lethbridge, Alberta. Received May 8, 
1967. 

319861. 'Princess of Artois'. Pod flat, wide; seed white, large, flat. 

319862. 'Green seed-coat'. Seed medium size, straight, plump; seed coat 
pale green, cream, or white. Mature pod remains green upon drying. 

319863 to 319869. 

From Turkey. Seeds collected in 1965 by J. R. Harlan, Department of Agron- 
omy, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Numbered May 
8, 1967. 

319863 to 319867. Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. Barley. 

Exact origin of the samples unknown. 

319863. No. 1. 



319864. 


No. 2. 




319865. 


No. 3a. 


White seed. 


319866. 


No. 3b. 


Black seed. 


319867. 


No. 3c. 





319868 and 319869. Triticum dicoccum Schrank Gramineae. Emmer. 

Exact origin of the samples unknown. 

319868. No. 1. 

319869. No. 2. 

319870 to 319872. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. 

Common bean. 

From the United States. Seeds held at the Regional Plant Introduction Sta- 
tion, Geneva, N.Y. Numbered May 8, 1967. 

Bred by A. B. Strand, Dandridge, Tennessee. Received 1962. 

319870. Col. No. 62-469. G-11916. 'Wade' X P.I. 117232. Bush, to 12 
inches high; medium uniformity and vigor. Leaf small, medium green; 
47 days to bloom. Flowers purple. Medium set. Harvested August 22, 
1966. Pod 11.5 by 1.3 cm., flat, straight to curved, green. Seeds long 
oval, plump, reddish brown to dark brown; segregating, very stringy, 
susceptible to root rot; slight susceptibility to anthracnose and bacterial 
blight races BV1 and BV2. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



85 



319870 to 319872— Continued 

319871. Col. No. 62-470. G-11917. 'Wade' X P.I. 117232. Bush, to 13 
inches high; medium uniformity and vigor. Leaf medium, medium to 
dark green; 47 days to bloom. Flowers white. Medium set. Harvested 
August 16, 1966. Pod 10.5 by 1.1 cm., flat, straight, green. Seeds very 
plump oval, glassy brown to dark brown with much seed coat splitting; 
segregating, stringless, susceptible to root rot; slight susceptibility to 
anthracnose and bacterial blight races BV1 and BV2. 

319872. Col. No. 62-471. G-11918. 'Wade' X P.I. 117232. Bush, to 15 
inches high; uniformity vigorous. Leaf medium to large, medium to dark 
green; 47 days to bloom. Flowers white. Heavy set. Harvested August 
16, 1966. Pod 12.7 by 1.1 cm., round, straight, green. Seeds plump oval, 
white with light to dark brown around hilum; segregating, stringless. 
Virus tolerant. 

319873 to 319892. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From New Zealand. Tubers presented by the Crop Research Division, Christ- 
church. Received May 9, 1967. 

Grown at the Crop Research Division Breeding Plots, Darfield, Canterbury. 



319873. 


166.02. 


319874. 


188.0124. 


319875. 


192.020. 


319876. 


255.02. 


319877. 


257.01. 


319878. 


257.02. 


319879. 


275.02. 


319880. 


275.04. 


319881. 


276.010. 


319882. 


276.012. 



319883. 


300.022. 




319884. 


320.09. 




319885. 


320.027. 




319886. 


323.06. 




319887. 


323.012. 




319888. 


323.013. 




319889. 


323.038. 




319890. 


323.050. 




319891. 


323.052. 




319892. 


325.013. 




scm^ 


[TUM Mill. 


Solanaceae. 
Tomato. 



319893 to 319895. 



From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived May 9, 1967. 

319893. 'Burwood Wonder'. 

319894. 'Tatinter'. 

319895. 'Victorian Dwarf No. 1'. 

319896 to 319902. Vicia faba L. Leguminosae. Broadbean. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by the All- 
Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received May 9, 1967. 

319896. No. K-1469. Local type from Daghestan. Seed medium small, 
round, black. 

319897. No. K-1586. 'Fioletovyj Czyzowskich'. Polish origin. Seed 
small, pea size; black. 

319898. No. K-1592. 'Hertz Fuya'. German origin. Seed medium size, 
brown. 

319899. No. K-1617. 'Ausra'. Lithuanian origin. Seed medium small, 
brown. May be old seed or partially immature. 

319900. No. K-1619. 'Khorostodskie'. From the Ukraine. Seed small, 
round. 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 176 



319896 to 319902— Continued 

319901. No. K-1820. 'Khmelnichkie'. From the Ukraine. Seed small, 
round, purplish black. 

319902. No. K-1838. Trausmitzer Pferdebohne\ German origin. Seed 
medum small, olive brown. 

319903 to 320033. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Sunningdale Nurseries, Windle- 
sham, Surrey. Numbered May 9, 1967. 

319903. Rhododendron linearifolium var. macrosepalum (Maxim.) 
Makino Ericaceae. 

319904. Rhodedendron mucronatum var. ripense (Makino) Wils. 

319905. Rhododendron pulchrum var. tebotan (Katomsu) Rehd. ex 
Stevens 

319906. Rhododendron yedoense Maxim. 

319907 and 319908. Rhododendron yedoense var. poukhanense Nakai 

319907. No description. 

319908. Pink. 

319909 to 320033. Rhododendron (hybrid). 

319909. 'AddyWery'. Kurume clone; 'Flame' X 'Malvatica'. 
'Agamujin'. Kurume clone. 
'Aioi'. Kurume clone. 

'Album*. Kurume clone; form of R. obtusum. 
'Amoenum'. R. ciliatum X R> dauricum. 
'Amoenum coccinea'. Branch sport of R. obtusum 



319910. 
319911. 
319912. 
319913. 
319914. 



var. 



amoenum. 
319915. 'Anny'. 



Kaempf eri clone ; R. kaempf eri X 'Malvatica*. 

319916. 'Ariake'. Wada clone; R. kaempf eri x R- simsii var. R. eriocar- 
pum. 

319917. 'Asahiryn'. Kurume clone. 

319918. 'Atalanta'. Kaempf eri clone; R. kaempf eri X 'Malvatica'. 

319919. 'Aya-kammuri\ Kurume clone. 

319920. 'Jukachi-ko\ Kurume clone. 

319921. 'Ozora'. Kurume clone. 

319922. 'Azuma-kagami'. Kurume clone. 

319923. 'Balsamineaeflora'. Macrantha clone. 

319924. 'Banzai'. Kurume clone. 

319925. 'Benegiri'. Kurume clone. 

319926. 'Bengal Fire'. Oldhami clone; R. kaempf eri x 'Oldhami'. 

319927. 'Benifude'. Kurume clone. 

319928. 'Bijinsui'. Kurume clone. 

319929. 'Bulstrode'. Mucronatum clone. 

319930. 'Bungo-nishiki'. Wada clone ; R. indicum x R. kaempf eri. 

319931. 'Caldwellii'. Amoenum clone; R. obtusum var. R. amoenum X 
'Magnifica'. 

319932. 'Carminata Splendens'. Amoenum clone. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



87 



319903 to 320033— Continued 
319909 to 320033 — Continued 



319933. 
319934. 
319935. 
319936. 
319937. 
319938. 
319939. 
319940. 
319941. 
319942. 
319943. 
319944. 
319945. 
319946. 
319947. 
319948. 
319949. 
319950. 
319951. 
319952. 
319953. 
319954. 
319955. 
319956. 
319957. 
319958. 
319959. 
319960. 
319961. 
319962. 
319963. 

319964. 

carpum. 

319965. 'Ivette 



'Cheniston'. Amoenum clone. 

'Chichibu'. Wada clone. 

'Chiyo No Akebono'. Kurume clone. 

'Crispiflora'. Macrantha clone. 

'Crispiflora Kokinahita'. Macrantha clone. 

'Crispiflora Mauve'. Macrantha clone. 

'Crispiflora Orange'. Macrantha clone. 

'Crispiflora Pink'. Macrantha clone. 

'Crispiflora Pink Beauty'. Macrantha clone. 

'Eddy'. Oldhami clone; R. kaempferi X R> oldhamii. 

'Fude-tsuka'. Kurume clone. 

'Fude-tsukasa'. Kurume clone. 

'Gosho zakura'. Kurume clone. 

'Greeting'. Glenn Dale clone. 

'Gumpo'. Satsuki clone; R. indicum var. R. eriocarpum. 

'Had-ho-sato'. Kurume clone. 

'Hana-asobi'. Kurume clone. 

'Harumiji'. Kurume clone. 

'Haru-no-akegono'. Kurume clone. 

'Haru-no-kyokii'. Kurume clone. 

'Hatsugiri'. Kurume clone. 

'Heiwa'. Satsuki clone. 

'Hikkasen'. Kurume clone. 

'Hinodegiri'. Kurume clone. 

'Hinode-no-taka'. Kurume clone. 

'Hinomayo'. Kurume clone. 

'Hino-tsukasa'. Satsuki clone; R. indicum X Kurume. 

'Hoo'. Kurume clone. 

'Ilten'. (Maihime). Kurume clone. 

'Ima-shojo'. Kurume clone. 

'Ima-zuma'. Kurume clone. 

'Isochidari'. Wada grex ; R. kaempferi + R. simsii var. R. erio- 



319966. 
319967. 
319968. 
319969. 
319970. 
319971. 
319972. 



Kaempferi clone. 
'Iwato-kagami'. Kurume clone. 
'Izumigawa'. Kurume clone. 
'Jeahette'. Kaempferi clone. 
'John Cairns'. Kaempferi clone. 
'Juliana'. Kaempferi clone. 
'Kasumi-gaseki'. Kurume clone. 
'Kathleen'. Kaempferi clone. 



88 



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319903 to 320033— Continued 

319909 to 320033— Continued 

319973. 'Katsura-no-Hana'. Kurume clone. 

319974. 'Keinohana'. Kurume clone. 

319975. 'Kimigayo'. Kurume clone. 

319976. 'Kirin'. Kurume clone. 

319977. 'Kiusianum'. Kurume clone. 

319978. 'Kiusianum No. 1'. Kurume clone. 

319979. 'Kiusianum No. 2'. Kurume clone. 

319980. 'Kiusianum No. 12'. Kurume clone. 

319981. 'Kiusianum Mauve'. Kurume clone. 

319982. 'Kogasane'. Kurume clone. 

319983. 'Kokinran'. Kurume clone. 

319984. 'Koran-yuki'. Kurume clone. 

319985. 'Kumoidori'. Kurume clone. 

319986. 'La France'. Amoenum clone. 

319987. 'Leo'. R. kaempferi X R- oldhamii. 

319988. 'Louise'. Exbury clone. 

319989. 'Louise Gable'. Gable clone; R. indicum X (R- kaempferi X 

R. poukhanense) . 

319990. 'Machojakiu'. Kurume clone. 

319991. 'Mackrojaka'. Kurume clone. 

319992. 'Mikado'. Kaempferi form. 

319993. 'Naomi'. Oldhami clone; R. kaempferi x R- oldhamii. 

319994. 'Noordtiana'. Mucronatum clone. 

319995. 'Oberon'. Kaempferi clone. 

319996. 'Orange Beauty'. 

319997. 'Otome'. Kurume clone. 

319998. 'Ouchiyama'. Kurume clone. 

319999. 'Palestrina'. Vuykiana clone; 'J. C. van Tol' X R. kaempferi. 

320000. 'Pink Treasure'. Kaempferi clone. 

320001. 'Pippa'. Oldhami clone; R. kaempferi X R. oldhamii. 

320002. 'P. W. Hardyzer'. Vuykiana clone. 

320003. 'Queen Wilhelmina'. Vuykiana clone. 

320004. 'Rankyoken'. Kurume clone. 

320005. 'Rasho-mon'. Kurume clone. 

320006. 'Robin Hood'. Grex; R. calophytum X R> sutchuenense. 

320007. 'Rosebud'. Gable clone. 

320008. 'Schubert'. Vuykiana clone ; Kaempferi hybrid X 
'J. C. van Tol'. 

320009. 'Senju'. Kurume clone. 

320010. 'Senka'. Kurume clone. 

320011. 'Shikishima'. Kurume clone. 

320012. 'Shinimiagagino'. Kurume clone. 



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89 



319903 to 320033— Continued 
319909 to 320033— Continued 

320013. 'Shinsagino Kagasane'. Kurume clone. 

'Shin-seikai'. Kurume clone. 

'Shintoki-no-hagasane'. Kurume clone. 

'Shino Nome'. Kurume clone. 

'Shin-utena'. Kurume clone. 

'Soroi'. 

'Souvenir'. Glenn Dale clone; R. indicum x 'Momozono'. 
'Sui-yohi'. Kurume clone. 
'Susugonoito'. Kurume clone. 
'Tonkonatsu'. Kurume clone. 
'Toun'. Kurume clone. 
'Ukamuse'. Kurume clone. 
'Usugukarii'. Kurume clone. 
'Verdi'. Indian clone. 
'Willy'. Kaempferi clone. 

320028. 'Yachiyo'. Wada clone; R. indicum var. R. eriocarpum X 
R. kaempferi. 

320029. 'Yezo-nishiki'. Kurume clone. 
'Yoro'. Kurume clone. 
'Yoshi-mi-gatake'. Kurume clone. 
'Yo-zakura'. Satsuki clone. 
'Yugiri'. Satsuki clone. 



320014. 
320015. 
320016. 
320017. 
320018. 
320019. 
320020. 
320021. 
320022. 
320023. 
320024. 
320025. 
320026. 
320027. 



320030. 
320031. 
320032. 
320033. 



320034. Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib. Cruciferae. 

Horseradish. 

From Czechoslovakia. Roots presented by the Research Institute for Plant 
Production, Praha 6, Ruzyne. Received May 9, 1967. 

'Spreewald'. 
320035 to 320044. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Iceland. Tubers presented by Einar F. Liggeirnur, Stangerholt 30, 
Reyhjavik. Received May 9, 1967. 

Frost resistant selections. 

320035. EIS-3. 'Evindur' X 'Olafsrandur'. 

320036. EIS-3-62B. 'Olafsrandur' X Russ. Sel. 62. 

320037. EIS-12. Russ. Sel. 62 X Red Isl. 

320038. EIS-20. Russ. Sel. X 'Olafsrandur IV. 

320039. EIS-40. 'Olafsrandur' X Russ. Sel. 

320040. EIS-100. 'Olafsrandur' X 'Evindur'. 

320041. EIS-Ham. 'Eyvindur' X ? 

320042. EIS-Russ. 'Olafsrandur' X 'Ham'. 

320043. EIS-H-30 (Haploid ? ) . Selection of EIS-H-34. 

320044. EIS-H-34 (Haploid?). 'Ham' X EIS-40. 



90 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320045 to 320050. 

From Kenya. Seeds presented by the National Agricultural Research Station, 
Kitale. Numbered May 10, 1967. 

320045. Chloris gayana Kunth Gramineae. Rhodesgrass. 
K. 53728. Usenge. 

320046. Melinis minutiflora Beauv. Gramineae. Molassesgrass. 
K. 5425. Mboomi hills. 

320047. Panicum maximum Jacq. Gramineae. Guineagrass. 
K. 6237. 'Embu Creeping'. 

320048 and 320049. Pueraria Montana (Lour.) Merr. Leguminosae. 

320048. K. 51393. Small seed; flowers uniformly violet colored. 

320049. K. 51394. Eldoret. Seed larger than P.I. 320048. Flowers 
predominately violet colored varying to slightly bluish; standards often 
with greyish-violet spot. 

320050. Trifolium semipilosum Fresen. Leguminosae. Kenya clover. 
K. 5154. Kabete. 

320051. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

From Iceland. Tubers presented by Einar F. Liggeirnur, Stangerholt 30, 
Reyhjavik. Received May 9, 1967. 

EIS-Ant. Parents are B-4557-2 X Antenema (a German variety). Re- 
sistant to golden nematodes under Icelandic conditions. 

320052. CUCUMIS anguria L. Cucurbitaceae. 

West Indian gherkin. 

From the United States. Seeds held at the Regional Plant Introduction 
Station, Geneva, N. Y. Numbered May 10, 1967. 

Annual; vine; 160 inches high by 36 inches wide. Flowers yellow. Fruit 
light green turning bright yellow when mature. Fruits ovate, 2% by 1% 
inches, spiny with recurved small spines at apex of larger spine. 

320053. Ballya zebrina (Chiov.) Brenan Commelinaceae. 

From Republic of South Africa. Seeds collected by E. C. Smith, Jr., Crops 
Research Division, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Num- 
bered May 10, 1967. 

Col. No. 4752. Tongoland, Natal. Mar. 1967. 

320054 to 320059. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented by Rafiq Ahmad, Assistant Groundnut 
Botanist, Rawalpindi. Numbered May 10, 1967. 

320054 to 320058. Arachis hypogaea L. Leguminosae. 

320054. A 1-2. Erect. 

320055. B-4. Erect. 

320056. S.S. 18-1. Semispreading. 

320057. No. 45. Spreading. 

320058. No. 334. Spreading. 

320059. Arachis hypogaea f. nambyquarae (Hoehne) F. J. Herm. 
HR. 

320060. Fragaria (hybrid). Rosaceae. 

From Germany. Plants presented by Sengana GmbH. & Company, Hamburg- 
Volksdorf. Received May 10, 1967. 
'Markee'. 



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91 



320061 to 320076. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by the Department de Fitotecnia, Universidade 
Rural do Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. Received May 10, 1967. 

Seed lots represent genetic stocks containing genes for resistance to Puc- 
cinia sorghi in Brazil. 

320061. 11/67. 320069. 127/67. 

320062. 40/67. 320070. 139/67. 

320063. 85/67. 320071. 143/67. 

320064. 86/67. 320072. 156/67. 

320065. 93/67. 320073. 162/67. 

320066. 105/67. 320074. 222/59-la. 

320067. 107/67. 320075. 669/62-3c. 

320068. 126/67. 320076. 709/59-la. 
320077 and 320078. 

From Poland. Plants and cuttings presented by Research Insttitute of 
Pomology, Skierniewice. Received May 11, 1967. 

320077. Buxus sempervirens L. Buxaceae. Common box. (Cuttings) 

320078. Zizyphus jujuba Mill. Rhamnaceae. Jujube. 
'Ta-yan-tsao'. (Plants) 

320079 to 320081. 

From Thailand. Budsticks presented by 
University, Bangkok. Received May 11, 

320079. Citrus medica L. Rutaceae. 

320080. Citrus sp. 
'Tee-jian'. 

320081. Citrus sp. 
'Som-keo-wan\ 

320082. Vernonia sp. Compositae. 

From Kenya. Seeds collected by C. E. Smith, Jr., Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Received May 15, 1967. 

Col. No. 4678. Near Currey's Post north of Pietermaritzburg. To 4 
meters high. Fair seed retention. 

320083 to 320096. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected December 1966 by C. E. Smith, Jr., New 
Crops Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. 
Received May 15, 1967. 

320083 to 320088. Vernonia abyssinica Sch. Bip. Compositae. 

Ironweed. 

Eritrea, village of Scichity, on road to Adiugri. 



Veerapol Niyomthai, 
1967. 



Kasetsart 



Citron. 



320083. Col. No. 4531. 
Elevation 7,700 feet. 

320084. Col. No. 4532. 

320085. Col. No. 4536. 
Elevation 6,000 feet. 

320086. Col. No. 4544. 

320087. Col. No. 4545. 
Elevation 7,200 feet. 



Ah Deboroa, 32 km. from Asmara. 

Nefasit, 20 km. below Asmara on Massaua road. 



Nine km. from Asmara on Decamere road. 
Fifteen km. from Asmara on Decamere 



road. 



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PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320083 to 320096— Continued 

320083 to 320088— Continued 

320088. Col. No. 4552. Donated by Atto Debresiene. Collected near 
Asmara. 

320089. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4558. Ten km. from Jimma along Bonga road. Elevation 5,200 
feet. 

320090. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4559. Near Borie close to Beleta Forest on Bonga road, 

320091. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4560. Near Agaro. 

320092. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4561. Near Asendabo about 280 km. from Addis. 

320093. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4563. Ghibie Valley, on Addis-Jimma road at Kilometer 178. 

Elevation 4,200 feet. 

320094. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4564. Abaro area, 10 km. from Sheshemene. 

320095. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4565. Abaro area, 12 km. from Sheshemene. Elevation 5,000 
feet. 

320096. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4566. On Sheshemene road, 160 km. from Addis. Elevation 
5,400 feet. 

320097 to 320111. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Kenya. Seeds presented by the Plant Breeding Station, Njoro, through 
N. F. Jensen, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Numbered May 18, 1967. 



320097. 


'Barrigon Bagio'. 


320105. 


'P. Waiker Munro'. 


320098. 


'Chile l.B.\ 


320106. 


RFN. 


320099. 


'Goblet'. 


320107. 


'Rushmore X Supresa'. 


320100. 


'Lahota'. 


320108. 


'Santa Elena'. 


320101. 


'La Prevision'. 


320109. 


'Sonora 64 A'. 


320102. 


'Mexico 120'. 


320110. 


'Toluka 50'. 


320103. 


'Nadadores'. 


320111. 


11-8582. 


320104. 


'Pitcher'. 






J0112 to 320128. Triticum 


AESTIVUM L. 


Gramineae. 



From Ethiopia. Seeds collected in 1964 by E. L. Smith, United States Agency 
for International Development, Debra Zeit. Increased 1965 at Mesa, 
Arizona. Numbered May 18, 1967. 



320112. 
320113. 
320114. 
320115. 
320116. 
320117. 
320118. 



ELS-1. 
ELS-2. 
ELS-3. 
ELS-4. 
ELS-5. 
ELS-6. 
ELS-7. 



320119. 


ELS-8. 


320120. 


ELS-9. 


320121. 


ELS-10. 


320122. 


ELS-11. 


320123. 


ELS-12. 


320124. 


ELS-13. 


320125. 


ELS-14. 



320138. 


WS-24. 


320139. 


WS-30. 


320140. 


WS-32. 


320141. 


WS-33. 


320142. 


WS-34. 


320143. 


WS-36. 


320144. 


WS-38. 


320145. 


WS-39. 



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320112 to 320128— Continued 

320126. ELS-15. 320128. ELS-17. 

320127. ELS-16. 

320129 to 320145. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Portugal. Seeds received through the Dekalb Agricultural Association, 
Inc., Dekalb, Illinois. True origin unknown. Increased 1966 at Mesa, 
Arizona. Numbered May 18, 1967. 

320129. WS-5. 

320130. WS-6. 

320131. WS-9. 

320132. WS-12. 

320133. WS-13. 

320134. WS-14. 

320135. WS-16. 

320136. WS-20. 

320137. WS-23. 

320146 to 320153. 

From Zambia. Seeds collected by C. E. Smith, Jr., Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered May 18, 1967. 

320146. Vernonia armerioides O. Hoffm. Compositae. 
Col. No. 4661. Near Kitwe. 

320147. Vernonia shirensis Oliver & Hiern 
Col. No. 4674. Livingstone. 

320148. Vernonia sp. 
Col. No. 4660. Kitwe. 

320149. Vernonia sp. 
Col. No. 4665. Kitwe. 

320150. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4666. Near Albercorn in Brachystegia woodland. 

320151. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4667. Albercorn. 

320152. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4672. Near Albercorn. 

320153. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4673. Near Albercorn. 

320154. Pennisetum typhoides (Burm. f.) Stapf & C. E. Hub- 
bard Gramineae. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Pioneer Seed Com- 
pany, Greytown, Natal. Numbered May 18, 1967. 

Selection widely grown for silage in Natal. 

320155 to 320183. Linum usitatissimum L. Linaceae. 

Common flax. 

From the Netherlands. Seeds presented by Stichting Voor Plantenveredeling, 
166 Lawickse Allee, Wageningen. Numbered May 18, 1967. 



94 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320155 to 320183— Continued 



320155. 


No. 1. 


320170. 


No. 16. 


320156. 


No. 2. 


320171. 


No. 17. 


320157. 


No. 3. 


320172. 


No. 18. 


320158. 


No. 4. 


320173. 


No. 19. 


320159. 


No. 5. 


320174. 


No. 20. 


320160. 


No. 6. 


320175. 


No. 21. 


320161. 


No. 7. 


320176. 


No. 22. 


320162. 


No. 8. 


320177. 


No. 23. 


320163. 


No. 9. 


320178. 


No. 24. 


320164. 


No. 10. 


320179. 


No. 25. 


320165. 


No. 11. 


320180. 


No. 26. 


320166. 


No. 12. 


320181. 


No. 27. 


320167. 


No. 13. 


320182. 


No. 28. 


320168. 


No. 14. 


320183. 


No. 29. 


320169. 


No. 15. 






50184. 


Triticum AESTIVUM L. 


Gramineae. 



From Yugoslavia. Seeds presented by Clyde Keaton, Agricultural Attache, 
American Embassy, Belgrade. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

'Hybrid 013'. Cross and selection made by A. Djokic, Faculty of Agricul- 
ture, Belgrade-Zemun. Homozygous line No. 28/17 selected in F* generation 
from 'Bulgaria No. 958' x 'Etoile de Choisy\ 

320185 to 320188. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Italy. Seeds presented by Instituto di Allevamento Vegetale per la 
Cerealicoltura, Via di Corticella 133, Bologna. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

320185. I. Bo. 295v. 320187. I. Bo. 643/468. 

320186. I. Bo. 468w. 320188. I. Bo. 2294/488. 

320189 to 320195. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Turkey. Seeds presented by the Director, Plant Breeding Station, 
Eskisehir, through K. L. Lebsock, North Dakota State University, Fargo, 
North Dakota. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

320189. No. 101. 253/39. Akbasak. Ankara. 



253/39. 
No. 185-1. Fata selection. Eskisehir. 
No. 255. 414/44. Ankara. 
No. 1018. Capraz bugday. Manisa. 

Ziraat Kakultesi 5084. Kenya. 

Kose Melez. 

Kilcikli kizilca. 



320190. 
320191. 
320192. 
320193. 
320194. 
320195. 
320196. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by D. Zohary, Department of Botany, Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

Originally collected 1963 approximately 15 km. southwest of Jerusalem. 
Local tetraploid 2n— 28. 



No. 1149. 
No. 1718. 
No. 1726. 



Hordeum bulbosum L. Gramineae. Bulbous barley. 



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95 



320197. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From Spain. Roots and cuttings presented by Rafael Rivas Guidet, Nerja, 
Malaga. Numbered May 29, 1967. 

'Finas'. "Commercial variety used for candying. Virus infected when 
received." 

320198. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

From Canary Islands. Seeds presented by Agricultural Attache, Embassy of 
Spain, Washington, D. C. Numbered May 29, 1967. 

'Especial'. Long life cycle; resistant to salt in irrigation water. 

320199 to 320203. Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. Barley. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected by E. L. Smith, United States Agency for 
International Development, Debre Zeit. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

Collected in Addis Ababa Market. 1965. 

320199. 3362-A. Covered seed, white. 

Covered seed, gray. 

Naked, white. 

Naked, blue. 

Covered seed, purplish gray glumes. 

Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

From Ethiopia. Seeds collected in 1964 by E. L. Smith, United States 
Agency for International Development, Debre Zeit. Numbered May 19, 
1967. 

320207. No. 4. 

320208. No. 5. Black seed. 



320200. 
320201. 
320202. 
320203. 



3362-B. 
3362-C. 
3362-D. 
3362-E. 



320204 to 320208. 



320204. No. 1. 

320205. No. 2. 

320206. No. 3. 

320209 to 320243. 



Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. Barley. 



From Australia. Seeds presented by the Department of Agriculture, Perth, 
Western Australia, through P. B. Price, South Dakota State University, 
Brookings, South Dakota. Numbered May 19, 1967. 



320209. 


'Anabee'. 


320224. 


C.P.I. 28385. 


320210. 


'Athenias'. P 8568. 


320225. 


C.P.I. 28386. 


320211. 


'Boreham Warrior'. 


320226. 


C.P.I. 28387. 


320212. 


C.P.I. 11081. 


320227. 


'Early Challenger'. 


320213. 


C.P.I. 28360. 


320228. 


'Maris Baldric'. 


320214. 


C.P.I. 28361. 


320229. 


'Kihai Hadaka'. 


320215. 


C.P.I. 28362. 


320230. 


M. 92. 


320216. 


C.P.I. 28363. 


320231. 


M. 96. 


320217. 


C.P.I. 28364. 


320232. 


M. 99. 


320218. 


C.P.I. 28367. 


320233. 


M. 103. 


320219. 


C.P.I. 28369. 


320234. 


'Mesterhazi 210'. 


320220. 


C.P.I. 28378. 


320235. 


'Nizzanit'. 


320221. 


C.P.I. 28379. 


320236. 


'Noyep'. 


320222. 


C.P.I. 28383. 


320237. 


N.P. 103. 


320223. 


C.P.I. 28384. 


320238. 


N.P. 104. 



96 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320209 to 320243— Continued 

320239. 'Orge Saida\ 320242. 'Resibee'. 

320240. Terbetei'. 320243. Selection BSS-22. Cyprus 

320241. Trior'. 

320244 to 320249. 

From India. Seeds originally collected 112 miles southeast of Poona in 1964 
by P. F. Knowles, University of California, Davis, California and held by 
Cereal Crops Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Mary- 
land. Numbered May 19, 1967. 

Component samples originating from P.I. 307167. 

320244. Triticum sp. Gramineae. 
No. 1. White grains. 

320245. Triticum sp. 
No. 2. White grains. 

320246. Triticum sp. 
No. 3. White grains. 

320247. Triticum sp. 
No. 4. Red grains. 

320248. Triticum sp. 
No. 5. Red grains. 

320249. Triticum sp. 
No. 6. Red grains. 

320250 to 320256. Triticum (hybrid). Gramineae. 

From Spain. Seeds presented by J. R. Lacadena, Estacion Experimental de 
Aula Dei, Zaragosa. Numbered May 22, 1967. 

320250. Triticale. C.I. 13398 (wheat) X 'Gator' (rye). 

320251. Triticale. 'Stewart' (wheat) X 'Gator' (rye). 

320252. T. dicoccum X T. timopheevi. 

320253. T. persicum X T. dicoccum. 

320254. T. persicum X T. monococcum. 

320255. W63-64-401-2. 

320256. W63-64-401-3. 

320257. Solanum berthaultii Hawkes Solanaceae. 

From Bolivia. Seed collected by G. E. Easton, Irrigation Experiment Station, 
Washington State University, Prosser, Washington. Numbered May 22, 
1967. 

Col. No. Alan 5. Original seed lot obtained in 1961 from Segundo Alandia, 
Servicio Agricola Interamericano, Division de Investigaciones, La Paz. Re- 
ceived March 1964. 

320258 to 320264. 

From Peru. Seeds collected by J. G. Hawkes, Department of Botany, Uni- 
versity of Birmingham, England. Received May 1965. Numbered May 
22, 1967. 

320258. Solanum jalcae Ochoa Solanaceae. 

Hawkes No. 2417. 



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320258 to 320264— Continued 

320259. Solanum marinasense Vargas 

Hawkes No. 2474. 
320260 and 320261. Solanum medians Bitt. 

320260. Hawkes No. 2464. 

320261. Hawkes No. 2489. 

320262. Solanum raphanifolium Cardenas & Hawkes 

Hawkes No. 2471b. 
320263 and 320264. Solanum sparsipilum (Bitter) Juz. & Buk. 

320263. Hawkes No. 2479. 

320264. Hawkes No. 2480. 

320265. Solanum brachistotrichum (Bitter) Rydb. Solana- 
ceae. 

From Mexico. Seeds received December 1965 from J. G. Hawkes, Department 
of Botany, University of Birmingham, England. Numbered May 22, 1967. 

Hawkes No. 1234. (H. 278). Chihuahua State, Majalca, 40 miles north- 
west of Chihuahua. Aug. 14, 1958. Altitude 2,150 meters. Dry rocky hill- 
sides, partial shade of Juniperus monosperma and Pinus cembroides. Flowers 
and mother tubers. 2n=24. 

320266 to 320268. 

From Uruguay. Seeds received December 1965 from J. G. Hawkes, Depart- 
ment of Botany, University of Birmingham, England. Numbered May 
23, 1967. 

320266 and 320267. Solanum commersonii Dunal ex Poir. Solanaceae. 

320266. Hawkes No. 702. (H. 180). Dept. San Jose, near Rio Santa Lucia 
and Puente La Barra, pajonal. Autodromo Nacional, 21.5 kilometers 
from Montevideo. March 20, 1958. Altitude sea level. Amongst 
coarse grass and other herbage in damp sandy places. Flowers purple 
outside. Mother tubers; no berries. 

320267. Hawkes No. 706. (H. 183). Dept. Colonia, La Estanzuela, just 
outside the plant breeding station. March 23, 1958. Altitude 50 
meters. Rough grass on edge of maize field by stream. Tussocks of 
Paspalum quadrif avium. Flowers, berries, and tubers. 

320268. Solanum commersonii f. malmeanum (Britt.) Corr. 

Hawkes No. 725. (H. 196). Dept. Salta, San Antonio, Escuela Experi- 
mental de Agronomia. April 16, 1958. Collectors: J. A. Reyes, and 
Comm. A. Montoro Guarchi. In dark brown, humus-rich soil. Flowers 
white. 

320269. Solanum commersonii f. malmeanum (Bitt.) Corr. 
Solanaceae. 

From Brazil. Seeds received December 1965 from J. G. Hawkes, Department 
of Botany, University of Birmingham, England. Numbered May 23, 
1967. 

(H. 569). Dept. Rio Grande do Sul, Ijui. Seed collected July 23, 1959. 
Mota da Coata (s.n.). Flowering abundant, fruiting good. 

320270. Solanum fernandezianum Phil. Solanaceae. 

From Chile. Seeds received December 1965 from J. G. Hawkes, Department 
of Botany, University of Birmingham, England. Numbered May 23, 
1967. 



98 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320270— Continued 

(H. 170). Collected in 1956 by Professor Skottsberg (s.n.) in the Isles of 
Juan Fernandez. Seeds received September 2, 1957, from plants grown in 
Stockholm Garden. 

320271. Solanum kurtzianum Bitter & Wittm. ex Engl. Solana- 
ceae. 

From Argentina. Seeds received December 1965 from J. G. Hawkes, Depart- 
ment of Botany, University of Birmingham, England. Numbered May 
23, 1967. 

(H. 613). Province Catamarca, Dept. Santa Rosa. Alijilan (latitude 
28'10"S., longitude 65'30"W.). Casa del Dique. Collector Ing. Agr. Juan 
0. Reche (s.n.). April 1960. Very abundant. Seeds received 1961, via J. P. 
Hjerting. 

320272 to 320339. 

From Argentina. Seeds received from J. G. Hawkes, Department of Botany, 
University of Birmingham, England, September 1966. Collected by J. 
G. Hawkes, J. P. Hjerting, and K. Rahn from December 1965 to April 
1966. Numbered May 23, 1967. 

320272 to 320278. Solanum acaule Bitter. Solanaceae. 

320272. Hawkes No. 2482. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tan, near infier- 
nillo, Quebrada Honda, 83 kilometers on road from Tan del Valle to 
Cafayate, above La Casita. Altitude 3,000-3,270 meters. Feb. 15, 
1966. Growing in short grass. No flowers. Flat rosettes; berries. 

320273. Hawkes No. 3717. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Escoipe to Cachi, 15 kilometers above Escoipe, Cuesta del Obispo. 
Altitude 2,950 meters. Mar. 5, 1966. In very short grazed grassland, 
in a damp flush. 

320274. Hawkes No. 3740. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Escoipe to Cachi, Cuesta del Obispo, 21.4 kilometers above Escoipe. 
Altitude 3,200 meters. Mar. 6, 1966. In grass by roadside. 

320275. Hawkes No. 3813. Province Jujuy, Dept. Yavi, Rincon de Cajas 
to Santa Victoria road, 2.8 kilometers above Rincon de Cajas. Altitude 
4,125 meters. Mar. 12, 1966. In and around a stone corral; very rich 
soil. Flowers blue-violet, no visible articulation. 

320276. Hawkes No. 3814. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, road 
from Yavi to Santa Victoria at 5.2 kilometers east of Abra de Lizoite, 
bottom of a valley. Altitude 4,400 meters. Mar. 12, 1966. In stones 
by road and amongst short grass. Flat rosettes; also in a corral. 
Some plants with enlarged terminal leaflets on older leaves; berries 
yellow when ripe. 

320277. Hawkes No. 3872. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, above 
Rodeopampa, 13 kilometers from Santa Victoria on road to La Quiaca. 
Altitude 3,200 meters. Mar. 15, 1966. By roadside and on road itself. 
Berries. Puna formation. 

320278. Hawkes No. 3904. Province Jujuy, Dept. Humahuaca, between 
Iturbe and Tres Cruces, at 1,316 kilometers on railway. Altitude 3,580 
meters. Mar. 16, 1966. Edge of irrigation channel; between railway 
line and river. Abundant by channel; many fruits. 

320279 and 320280. Solanum acuale var. aemulans (Britt. & Wittm.) 
Corr. 

320279. Hawkes No. 3396. Province La Rioja, Dept. Famatina, just 
above La Encrucijada, in a small valley. Altitude 3,250 to 3,300 meters. 
Feb. 5, 1966. Dry shaly slopes under protection of Adesmia, Senecio, 
etc. Some plants with fruits. 



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320272 to 320339— Continued 
320279 and 3202S0— Continued 

320280. Hawkes No. 3407. Province La Rioja, Dept. Famatina, Sierra 
Famatina, valley of Rio Amarillo above La Encrucijada. Altitude 
3,250 to 3,350 meters. Feb. 5, 1966. Dry stony and sandy hillsides; 
occasionally on flat ground where cattle have stood. 

320281 to 320294. Solanum chacoense Bitter 

320281. Hawkes No. 3158. Province San Luis, Dept. La Capital, road 
from San Luis to Trapiche, Quebrada de Los Condores, in a side valley 
on west side of road. Altitude 850 meters. Jan. 7, 1966. On south 
facing slope in partial shade of trees in pockets of rich soil among 
stones. 

320282. Hawkes No. 3164. Province San Luis, Dept. La Capital, road 
from San Luis to Trapiche, above El Dique, 22 kilometers from San Luis 
in northeast direction. Altitude 900 meters. Jan. 7, 1966. Weed of 
maize field, rare. Flowers stellate, white. Three or 4 plants in corner 
of field. 

320283. Hawkes No. 3194. Province San Luis, Dept. Chacabuco, road 
from Villa del Carmen to Merlo, one kilometer along a side road to 
west, to Estanzuela. Altitude 900 meters. Jan. 9, 1966. In tussocks 
of Cortaderia and other grasses in a palm grove by stream. Ap- 
parently natural vegetation. Plants to 50 centimeters, with buds and 
berries. 

320284. Hawkes No. 3196. Province San Luis, Dept. Chacabuco, be- 
tween Larca and Merlo, 3.8 kilometers south of San Miquel, east of 
Balcarce. Altitude 1,000 meters. January 9, 1966. By side of road 
among grass and herbs, and in bushy places behind and among shrubs 
and trees; also, as a weed in cultivated field. Flowers white, varying 
from stellate to rotate-pentagonal. 

320285. Hawkes No. 3198. Province Cordoba, Dept. San Javier, 7 kilo- 
meters from Route 148, 4.3 kilometers east of La Paz. Altitude 650 
meters. Jan. 10, 1966. In half-monte, half-chaco scrub, probably 
Espinal; with Prosopis, Larrea, Schinus, quebracho, etc., under shade of 
trees and shrubs in rich soil, apparently forming part of natural 
vegetation. 

320286. Hawkes No. 3297. Province Cordoba, Dept. Punilla, near 
Capilla del Monte, Sierra Chica, path up Cerro Uritorco. Altitude 
1,100 meters. Jan. 23, 1966. Flowers white, stellate. 

320287. Hawkes No. 3305. Province Cordoba, Dept. Punilla, road from 
La Falda to Cosquin, 13 kilometers north of Cosquin, Valle Hermoso. 
Altitude 850 meters. Jan. 24, 1966. In a maize field and among grass 
just outside. Tall plants to 1 meter in maize field. Flowers substellate 
to pentagonal. 

320288. Hawkes No. 3327. Province Cordoba, Dept. Cruz del Eje, road 
from Tanti to Salsacate, Rio Guasta, Sierra Grande. Altitude 1,700 
meters. Jan. 24, 1966. In field border near river; much eaten by 
beetles. 

320289. Hawkes No. 3432. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tan, road from 
Tapia to Siambon, Raco, about 24 km., "Huerta La Raquefia". Altitude 
1,150 meters. Feb. 12, 1966. Weed of field and by hedge. Some 
plants to 80 centimeters; no rosettes; other short and rosetted. Stem 
wings crisped. Calyx glabrous. Berries few, globular, green. 

320290. Hawkes No. 3629. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, Route 9 
from Ruiz de Los Llanos to Pampa Grande at 41.6 kilometers. Alti- 
tude 1,100 meters. Mar. 2, 1966. By side of road. Very large plant, 
1 meter tall; dark green leaf. One berry, more or less oval. 



100 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320272 to 320339— Continued 
320281 to 320294— Continued 

320291. Hawkes No. 3633. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, Route 9 
from Ruiz de Los Llanos to Pampa Grande at 69.5 kilometers. Altitude 
1,650 meters. On roadside bank. Plants to 10 cm. tall; no rosettes; 
stem wings broad; calyx pubescent; flowers white, stellate. No style 
setae. 

320292. Hawkes No. 3700. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, 28.8 kilo- 
meters from Carril and 4 kilometers above Mai Paso. Altitude 1,700 
m. Mar. 5, 1966. Growing on roadside with S. microdontum ssp. 
gigantophyllum (Hawkes No. 3699). Two sets of berries, A and B. 

320293. Hawkes No. 3706. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Carril to Cuesta del Obispo, Pie de la Cuesta, 7.1 kilometers above 
Escoipe. Altitude 2,400 meters. Mar. 5, 1966. Among scrub, Adesmia, 
etc. Some glands ; warty spots on some berries. 

320294. Hawkes No. 4039. Province Buenos Aires, Castelar, Centro 
Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias de I.N.T.A. Altitude about 
20 meters. Dec. 9, 1965. In a fallow field, abundant colony of plants 
in flower. No tubers. 

320295. SOLANUM INFUNDIBULIFORME Phil. 

Hawkes No. 3906. Province Jujuy, Dept. Humahuaca, between Iturbe 
and Tres Cruces, by railway at 1,313.5 kilometers. Altitude 3,550 meters. 
Mar. 16, 1966. Dry shaly banks above railway. No flowers. Mature 
berries frequent; berries purplish brown with whitish spots. 

320296 and 320297. Solanum kurtzianum Bitter & Wittm. ex Engl. 

320296. Hawkes No. 4003. Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, 23 kilo- 
meters from Chilecito on road to Guanchin Viejo. Finca of Domingo 
Rivero. Altitude 1,800 meters. Mar. 26, 1966. Field between ditch 
and road. 

320297. Hawkes No. 4006. Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, Guanchin 
Viejo, Finca of Horacio Alcayaga. Altitude 1,800 meters. Mar. 26, 
1966. Same place from where S. spegazzinii X S. kurtzianum (P.I. 
320335) was collected, but berries taken from plants in shade of trees. 

320298 to 320301. Solanum leptophyes Bitter 

320298. Hawkes No. 3425. Province La Rioja, Dept. Famatina, Sierra 
Famatina, path from Los Corrales to La Encrucijada, Los Caracoles. 
Altitude 2,650 meters. Feb. 5, 1966. Dry stony banks by side of path 
in full sun. Plants varying in size. Flowers white to pale purple, 
probably according to dryness of soil. 

320299. Hawkes No. 3518. Province Catamarca, Dept. Andalgala, 
Route 63, between Santa Maria and Andalgala, Ingenio Arenala. Alti- 
tude 2,800 meters. Feb. 17, 1966. In streambed in sand (dry) under 
Baccharis and Salix babylonica and also in fully sun. Plants from 5 
to 70 centimeters according to position, hairs various; flowers almost 
white in sun plants, purple with darker central streak in shade plants; 
stunted plants spg type, other fmt type. Fruits white spotted and 
warted in most plants, intermediate-sized ones with fine puberulence 
(— »S. puberulofructum) , but some not; never when young or nearly 
mature. 

320300. Hawkes No. 3524. Province Catamarca, Dept. Belen, road from 
Puerta de Belen (San Jose) to Pozo de Piedra, 15.5 kilometers along 
road. Altitude 1,900 meters. Feb. 18, 1966. In a cultivated field of 
maize and beans; dry sandy soil. Bushy plants in open; leaflet edges 
smooth; flowers mauve. 



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320298 to 320301— Continued 

320301. Hawkes No. 3995. Province La Rioja, Dept. Famatina, Sierra 
Famatina — at base, Los Corrales. Altitude 1,950 meters. Mar. 25, 
1966. Amongst tall Eupatorium plants (2 meters tall) in damp place 
by river (crossing fields from lane by house). Plants to 1 meter tall, 
in partial shade. No flowers; berries. 

320302 and 320303. Solanum megistacrolobum Bitt. 

320302. Hawkes No. 3727. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Escoipe to Cachi, Cuesta del Obispo, 21.4 kilometers above Escoipe. 
Altitude 3,200 meters. Mar. 5, 1966. In grass by roadside. 

320303. Hawkes No. 3829. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, road 
from Yavi to Santa Victoria at 16 to 16.7 km. from Santa Victoria. 
Altitude 3,450 to 3,500 meters. Mar. 13, 1966. Wet puna; by road 
among herbs and stones. Flowers deep rich purple; berries globular, 
slightly white spotted. 

320304 to 320310. Solanum microdontum Bitter 

320304. Hawkes No. 3777. Province Jujuy, Dept. Tumbaya, Volcan, 
western slopes of cordillera on east side of Quebrada Grande, path from 
Loma de Tambo to Abra Grande de Volean. Altitude 3,080 meters. 
Mar. 9, 1966. Among bushes on a flat mesada where cattle have stood. 
Rich soil. Flowers and fruits. 

320305. Hawkes No. 3781. Province Jujuy, Dept. Tumbaya, Volcan, 
western facing slopes on east side of Quebrada Grande, path from 
Volcan to Abra Grande de Volcan. Altitude 2,960 meters. Mar. 9, 
1966. In large cattle enclosure and among shrubs around it. Mixed 
with S. vernei (P.I. 320333) and S. microdontum X S. vernei ssp. (P.I. 
320338). Fruits. 

320306. Hawkes No. 3830. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, road 
from La Quiaca to Santa Victoria, 7.2 km. from Santa Victoria, between 
La Huerta and Rodeopampa. Altitude 2,830 meters. Mar. 13, 1966. 
Amongst bushes by side of road. Stem in largest plants to 10 mm. 
diameter, wings straight, to 2.5 mm. flowers white; berries. 

320307. Hawkes No. 3863. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, be- 
tween La Herta and Rodeopampa, 7 km. from Santa Victoria on the 
road to La Quiaca. Altitude 2,725 m. Mar. 15, 1966. Below road, 
among bushes and stones. Stems branched; calyx and pedicels dark 
in some plants; flowers white; long styles; many berries. 

320308. Hawkes No. 3866. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, be- 
tween La Huerta and Rodeopampa, 8.1 km. from Santa Victoria on the 
road to La Quiaca. Altitude 2,850 m. Mar. 15, 1966. By roadside; 
one plant; one berry. 

320309. Hawkes No. 3868. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, be- 
tween La Huerta and Rodeopampa, 9.3 km. from Santa Victoria, just 
below Rodeopampa. Altitude 2,950 m. Mar. 15, 1966. Among bushes 
at point where river crosses road. Similar to (P.I. 320307). 

320310. Hawkes No. 3871. Province Salta, Dept. Santa Victoria, just 
below Rodeopampa, 9.3 km. from Santa Victoria on road to La Quiaca. 
Altitude 2,950 m. Mar. 15, 1966. By road. Plants very tall; leaves 
simple; flowers white. 

320311 to 320321. Solanum simplicifolium var. trimerophyllum 
Bitt. ex Brucher & Ross 



102 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320272 to 320339— Continued 
320311 to 320321— Continued 

320311. Hawkes No. 3464. Province Tucuman, Dept. Famailla, road to 
Tan del Valle at 36 km. from Acheral. Altitude 1,350 m. Feb. 14, 
1966. Among bushes and stones by roadside in rain forest. Plants to 
1.75 m.; stem to 1.5 cm. diameter, with large purple wings to 5 mm. 
wide; crisped. Some fruits. Very abundant. Flowers white. Stem 
dark purple. 

320312. Hawkes No. 3473. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tafi, road to Tan 
del Valle, at 44 km. from Acheral, Duraznos Blancos. Altitude 1,730 
meters. Feb. 14, 1966. Among bushes and herbs by road in rain forest 
zone. 

320313. Hawkes No. 3663. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, Estancia 
Pampa Grande, Cerro Cristal. Altitude 2,600 m. Mar. 3, 1966. 
Pajonales, open grassland. Flowers white. Some immature berries. 

320314. Hawkes No. 3681. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, 20.3 kilo- 
meters from Pampa Grande (kilometer 1,480). Altitude 1,920 m. Mar. 
4, 1966. Among stones and bushes by road, growing with S. chacoense. 
No setae; berries. 

320315. Hawkes No. 3683. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, 21.2 kilo- 
meters from Pampa Grande on road to Salta. Ojo de Agua. Altitude 
1,950 m. Mar. 4, 1966. Among bushes by road, S. chacoense nearby. 
Flowers; berries. 

320316. Hawkes No. 3690. Province Salta, Dept. Capital, Quebrada de 
San Lorenzo. Altitude 1,500 m. Mar. 4, 1966. Under shade of 
Phoebe porphyria, Alnus, etc. Rain forest; very rich damp soil. 
Leaves simple, with cell burst, indicating too much rain; plants fre- 
quent but not well developed in general. Very few flowers. 

320317. Hawkes No. 3699. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, 28.8 km. 
from Carril and 4 km. above Mai Paso. Altitude 1,700 m. Mar. 5, 
1966. Growing on roadside scree with S. chacoense (Hawkes No. 3700) . 

320318. Hawkes No. 3710. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Carril to Cachi, Cuesta del Obispo, 9.8 km. above Escoipe. Altitude 
2,550 m. Mar. 5, 1966. Among bushes by side of road. 

320319. Hawkes No. 3753. Province Jujuy, Dept. Capital, Termas de 
Reyes, side quebrada above hotel. Altitude 1,750 to 1,850 m. Mar. 7, 
1966. In scrub and among bushes and stones in bottom of quebrada. 
Damp humiferous soil. 

320320. Hawkes No. 3919. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, Estancia 
Pampa Grande, path to Cerro Cristal. Altitude 2,300 m. Mar. 20, 
1966. By path, in Alnus jorullensis woods. 

320321. Hawkes No. 4001. Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, 23 km. 
from Chilecito on road to Guanchin Viejo. Finca of Domingo Rivero. 
Altitude 1,800 m. Mar. 26, 1966. Place where collections made 
previously (Hawkes No. 3357), near irrigation ditch, but other side; 
not previously collected. 

320322. Solanum oplocense Hawkes 

Hawkes No. 3907. Province Jujuy, Dept. Humahuaca, between Iturbe 
and Tres Cruces, by railway at 1,313 to 1,313.5 kilometers. Altitude 3,530 
to 3,550 m. On banks of rock and stones by railway; some plants with 
S. indundibuli forme (Hawkes No. 3906) at 1313.5 km.; others among bushes 
and in stony banks near railway at 1,313 km. 

320323 to 320325. Solanum sanctae-rosae Hawkes 

320323. Hawkes No. 3488. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tafi, near In- 
fiernillo, Quebrada Honda, above kilometer 83 on road from Tafi del 
Valle to Cafayate, above La Casita. Altitude 3,550 m. Feb. 15, 1966. 



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320323 to 320325— Continued 

Place where horses and cattle shelter, under a very large rock; very 
rich soil. Berries. 

320324. Hawkes No. 3496. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tan, near Infier- 
nillo, Quebrada Honda, above kilometer 83 on road from Tan del Valle 
to Cafayate, above La Casita. Altitude 3,200 m. Feb. 15, 1966. 
Growing in short grass. 

320325. Hawkes No. 3939. Province Salta, Dept. Guachipas, Estancia 
Pampa Grande, western mountain range between Cerro Cristal and 
Cerro Pirgua, on a ridge, northfacing slope; dry soil. Mar. 20, 1966. 
Altitude 2,650 to 2,670 m. Ripe berries. Some plants still green, one 
with faded purple flower. 

320326. SOLANUM tuberosum L. Potato. 

Hawkes No. 4051. 

320327 and 320328. Solanum venturii Hawkes 

320327. Hawkes No. 3741. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Escoipe to Cachi, Cuesta del Obispo, 15.6 km. from Piedra Molina, 11 
km. from Escoipe. Mar. 6, 1966. Altitude 2,700 m. In a scree below 
the road, partial shade of bushes. Larger plants (contrast P.I. 320328), 
near a plant of 5. microdontum. Plants to 60 cm. Flowers clear 
white. Abundant flowers and fruits. 

320328. Hawkes No. 3742. Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, road from 
Escoipe to Cachi, Cuesta del Obispo, 15.6 km. from Piedra Molina, 11 
km. from Escoipe. Mar. 6, 1966. Altitude 2,700 m. Growing close 
to P.I. 320327. Same habitat. Smaller plants, further from the plant 
of S. microdontum. Abundant flowers and fruits. Flowers clear 
white. 

320329 to 320332. Solanum vernei Bitter & Wittm. ex Engl. 

320329. Hawkes No. 3504. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tan, near Infier- 
nillo, below kilometer 83 on road from Tan del Valle to Cafayate, in a 
quebrada of an affluent of Rio Infiernillo. Altitude 2,900 m. Feb. 15, 
1966. Shaded valley, surrounded by shrubs, in rich soil, humid. Plant 
to 1.65 m. high; others quite short, according to habitat. Rich purple 
flowers; many berries. Very common. 

320330. Hawkes No. 3505. Province Tucuman, Dept. Tafi, near Infier- 
nillo, lower down on road than (P.I. 320329) from Tafi del Valle to 
Cafayate. Altitude 2,850 m. Dry mesada on side of quebrada. Full 
sun, in open. No flowers; some fruits; plants wilting. 

320331. . Hawkes No. 3538. Province Catamarca, Dept. Andalgala, east 
slope of Nevados de Aconquija, Estancia "Yunca Suma", Casa de 
Piedra to Los Quenoales. Altitude 2,270 meters. Feb. 20, 1966. 
Growing in bushes by path, together with S. microdontum, in shade. 
Alnus woods. No flowers. 

320332. Hawkes No. 3542. Province Catamarca, Dept. Andalgala, east 
slope of Nevados de Aconquija, Estancia "Yunca Suma", Los Quenoales. 
Altitude 2,450 m. February 20, 1966. Bushy slope in half shade of 
Alnus, etc. No flowers. Plants to 1.5 m. Mr.ny berries. 

320333. Solanum vernei Bitt. & Wittm. ex Engl. 

Hawkes No. 3780. Province Jujuy, Dept. Tumbaya, Volcan, western 
facing slopes on east side of Quebrada Grande, path from Volcan to Abra 
Grande Volcan. Altitude 2,960 m. Mar. 9, 1966. In a large cattle en- 
closure and among shrubs around it. Mixed with S. microdontum (P.I. 
320305) and close to S. microdontum x S. vernei ssp. ballsii (P.I. 320338). 
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320272 to 320339— Continued 

320334 to 320339. Solanum (hybrids). 

320334. Hawkes No. 3356. (S. spegazzinii X S. kurtzianum) . Province 
La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, Guanchin Viejo to El Bordo. Altitude 1,800 
m. Jan. 31, 1966. In a grassy shrubby enclosure by road, extremely 
common. Flowers purple and white. S. kurtzianum (P.I. 320297) 
from same place. 

320335. Hawkes No. 3363. (S. microdontum ssp. gigantophyllum X S. 
kurtzianum). Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, Guanchin Viejo, 
just above the river crossing. Altitude 1,800 m. Jan. 31, 1966. In 
grass and among bushes by road. No flowers ; buds very like those of 
S. rechei, also leaves. 

320336. Hawkes No. 3364. (S. microdontum ssp. gigantophyllum X S. 
kurtzianum). Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, Guanchin Viejo, 
in a disused field by the road in full sun. Altitude 1,800 m. Jan. 31, 
1966. Flowers white, stamens sterile (but berries collected later). 

320337. Hawkes No. 3697. (S. chacoense X S. microdontum ssp gigan- 
tophyllum). Province Salta, Dept. Chicoana, 26.2 km. from Carril and 
1.4 km. above Mai Paso. Altitude 1,650-1,700 m. Mar. 5, 1966. 
Roadside banks and in woods under trees. All types of segregates. 
No pure ssp. gigantophyllum nearby. 

320338. Hawkes No. 3782. (S. microdontum X S. vernei ssp. ballsii) . 
Province Jujuy, Dept. Tumbaya, Volcan, western facing slopes on east 
side of Quebrada Grande, path from Volcan to Abra Grande de Volcan. 
Altitude 2,960 meters. Mar. 9, 1966. In a large cattle enclosure and 
among shrubs around it. Mixed with S. microdontum (P.I. 320305) 
and S. vernei (P.I. 320333). Plants with some lateral leaflets, white 
flowers tinted with pale purple, and some fruits. 

320339. Hawkes No. 4007. (S. microdontum X <S'. kurtzianum). 
Province La Rioja, Dept. Chilecito, road from Chilecito to Mina de Oro, 
finca "El Trapiche", belonging to Sr. Antonio Vedia, above Las Talas, 
about 10 km. from Chilecito. Altitude about 1,500 m. Mar. 26, 1966. 
By an irrigation channel in rich damp soil among shrubs. Some plants 
2 m. high; some with mottle virus. Flowers white; stamens loose; a 
few berries. 

320340 to 320344. 

From Germany. Seeds received February 1966 from H. Ross, Max-Planck 
Institut fur Zuchtungsforschung, 5 Koln- Vogelsang. Numbered May 23, 
1967. 

320340 and 320341. Solanum gourlayi Hawkes. Solanaeeae. 

320340. EBS 2288. Collected 1963 by Teddy Monasterios, Cerro de 
Oruro, Bolivia, 4,100 meters. 

320341. EBS 2382. Collected Mar. 22, 1964 by Ana Maria Krueger, 
Paxana, Bolivia, 3,800 to 4,000 meters. 

320342. Solanum polyadenium Greenm. 

EBS 2627. Collected Aug. 4, 1965. Cerro Punguato near Morelia, 
Mexico. 

320343. Solanum stoloniferum Schlecht. & Bouche 

Collected Aug. 3, 1965. Cerro Punguato near Morelia, Mexico. (With 
possible introgressions from S. polytrichon) . 

320344. Solanum verrucosum Schlecht. 

EBS 2632. Collected Aug. 6, 1965 on road from Patzcuaro to Opopeo, 
Mexico. 2,700 meters. 



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320345 to 320394. 

From Colombia. Seeds from the Coleccion Central Colombiana de Papa 
(CCC), received May 1966, from Nelson Estrada Ramos, Institute 
Colombiano Agropecuario "Tibaitata", Bogota. Numbered May 23, 1967. 

320345. Solanum andreanum Baker Solanaceae. 
Hawkes No. 2546. 

320346. Solanum colombianum Dunal 
Hawkes No. 2544. 

320347 to 320394. Solanum phureja Juz. & Buk. 
320347. CCC 1115. Chaucha amarilla. 



320348. 


CCC 1149. 


Amarilla. 


320349. 


CCC 1150. 




320350. 


CCC 1152. 


Amarilla. 


320351. 


CCC 1210. 


Chaucha blanca. 


320352. 


CCC 1211. 


Chaucha rosada. 


320353. 


CCC 1215. 


Pina. 


320354. 


CCC 1217. 


Chaucha negra. 


320355. 


CCC 1219. 


Chaucha colorada. 


320356. 


CCC 1223. 


Reina. 


320357. 


CCC 1227. 


Pina. 


320358. 


CCC 1229. 


Chaucha blanca. 


320359. 


CCC 1231. 


Calavera. 


320360. 


CCC 1232. 


Chaucha uzul. 


320361. 


CCC 1235. 




320362. 


CCC 1236. 


Chaucha. 


320363. 


CCC 1237. 


Chaucha. 


320364. 


CCC 1340. 


Roja. 


320365. 


CCC 1343. 




320366. 


CCC 1344. 


Yema de huevo. 


320367. 


CCC 1346. 


Criolla amarilla. 


320368. 


CCC 1351. 


Pan de Dios. 


320369. 


CCC 1354. 


Gigante. 


320370. 


CCC 1357. 


(Dodds60). 


320371. 


CCC 1360. 


(Dodds63). 


320372. 


CCC 1361. 


(Dodds64). 


320373. 


CCC 1364. 


(Dodds67). 


320374. 


CCC 1365. 


(Dodds70). 


320375. 


CCC 1369. 


(Dodds76). 


320376. 


CCC 1371. 


(Dodds85). 


320377. 


CCC 1374. 


(Dodds90). 


320378. 


CCC 1376. 


(Dodds93). 


320379. 


CCC 1378. 


(Dodds99). 


320380. 


CCC 1379. 


(DoddslOl). 



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320345 to 320394— Continued 
320347 to 320394— Continued 

320381. CCC1380. (Dodds 106). 
CCC 1381. 
CCC 1382. 
CCC 1383. 
CCC 1384. 
CCC 1387. 
CCC 1389. 
CCC 1390. 
CCC 1400. 
CCC 1409. 
CCC 1410. 
CCC 1411. 
CCC 1412. 
CCC 1413. 



320382. 
320383. 
320384. 
320385. 
320386. 
320387. 
320388. 
320389. 
320390. 
320391. 
320392. 
320393. 
320394. 



(Dodds 107). 
(Dodds 108). 
(Dodds 109). 
(Dodds 114). 
(Dodds 118). 
(Dodds 123). 
(Dodds 125). 
(Dodds 77). 
(Dodds 103). 
(Dodds 105). 
(Dodds 112). 
(Dodds 115). 
(Dodds 119). 

320395. Rhododendron pulchrum var. maxwellii (Millais) 
Rhed. ex Stevens Ericaceae. 

From Great Britain. Plants purchased from Sunningdale Nurseries, Windle- 
sham, Surrey. Numbered May 29, 1967. 

320396 to 320409. 

From Korea. Plants collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, agricultural 
explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Department of Agri- 
culture, Beltsville, Maryland. For U.S.D.A.-Longwood Cooperative Pro- 
gram. Numbered May 29, 1967. 

320396. Athyrium grammitoides (Presl) Milde Aspidiaceae. 

Col. No. K-92. On rocky ledges along trail on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. 
Elevation 780 meters. Low fern; fronds once pinnate; sori long; indusium 
attached laterally. 

320397. Athyrium japonicum (Thunb.) Copel. 

Col. No. K-260. Along trail on Mt. Tok-Yu, Ko Chun. Fronds once 
pinnate ; sori alternate along vein. 

320398 and 320399. Athyrium yokoscense (Fr. & Sav.) Christ 

320398. Col. No. K-84. On rock ledges in sandy soil along trail on Mt. 
Odai, Kangwon-do. Elevation 780 meters. Twice pinnate fronds; 
center of pinnules usually gray green; produces offsets from crown; 
indusium attached laterally, reniform. 

320399. Col. No. K-147. In shade along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam- 
do. Elevation 1,410 meters. Fern to 0.5 meter; fronds bipinnate; sori 
not seen. 

320400. Coniogramme fraxinea (Don) Diels var. intermedia (Hieron.) 
C. Chr. Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-306. Along trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. Sorak. Fern to 
6 to 8 dm. tall; fronds 1 to 2 pinnate; pinnate broad and long; sori linear. 

320401. Sedum erubescens var. japonicum (Maxim.) Ohwi Crassula- 
ceae. 

Col. No. K-362. Growing on rocks on eastern slope of Mt. Sorak, Kang- 
won-do. Elevation 1,470 meters. Fleshy-leaved, rosette-forming plant; 
flowers white. 



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107 



320396 to 320409— Continued 

320402. Davallia mariesii Moore Davalliaceae. 

Col. No. K-162. Growing on large Carpinus tree in Piakok Valley, Mt. 
Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. Elevation 750 meters. Rhizomatous fern; fronds 
tripinnate; sori linear. 

320403. Osmunda asiatica (Fern). Ohwi Osmundaceae. 

Col. No. K-324. In shade areas along trail up Mt. Sorak. Elevation 870 
meters. Perennial fern; rootstock heavy; fronds robust; 1 to 2 pinnate. 

320404. Osmunda japonica Thunb. 

Col. No. K-431. In dense shade along trail up Mt. Halla, Cheju Island. 
Elevation 850 meters. Fern to 0.75 meters. 

320405 and 320406. Polystichum tripteron (Kunze) Presl Aspidiaceae. 

320405. Col. No. K-89. Along trail (usually in moist rocky soil in 
shade) on Mt. Odai, Kangwon-do. Fern to 0.5 meter; frond once 
pinnate, except for 1 pair of branches at base of frond. 

320406. Col. No. K-230. In shady, moist ravine, growing on mossy 
rocks, Mt. Sokni, Chungchong Pukto. Fern to 0.5 meter; fronds 
branched at base. 

320407. Pyrrosia linearifolia (Hook.) Ching Polypodiaceae. 

Col. No. K-241. Growing on rocks in open on Mt. Sokni. Elevation 600 
meters. Fronds linear, velvety. 

320408. Trichomanes sp. Hymenophyllaceae. 
Col. No. K-240. On mossy rocks along stream, Mt. Sokni, Chungchong 



Pukto. Elevation 300 meters. Very small, filmy fern. 
320409. Woodsia polystichoides var. nudiuscula Hook. 



Aspidiaceae. 



Col. No. K-298. Along edge of stream on trail to Paek Tarn Sa, Mt. 
Sorak. Elevation 300 meters. Dwarf fern to 2 dm.; fronds 1 pinnate; 
sori marginal, round. 

320410 to 320445. Avena sterilis L. Gramineae. 

Animated oats. 

From Israel. Seeds presented by the Faculty of Agriculture, The Hebrew 
University, Jerusalem, under Public Law 480 Project A10-CR-20. Num- 
bered May 31, 1967. 

Selected in Israel for stem rust resistance. 



320410. 


6_174-5-2a-103. 


320423. 


6-1744-113-405. 


320411. 


6-174-5-2a-202. 


320424. 


6-1744-116-408. 


320412. 


6_174-5-2a-203. 


320425. 


6-1744-117-402. 


320413. 


6-174-5-5a-203. 


320426. 


6-2129-417. 


320414. 


6-174-306. 


320427. 


6-76-4-2-103-307. 


320415. 


6-1099-126a-301. 


320428. 


6-688-3-101-401. 


320416. 


6-1253-104-303. 


320429. 


6-688-3-101-404. 


320417. 


6-1253-104-304. 


320430. 


6-688-3-101-407. 


320418. 


6-1744-102-302. 


320431. 


6-688-3-101-^08. 


320419. 


6-2130-302. 


320432. 


6-688-3-101-416. 


320420. 


6-2130-318. 


320433. 


6-688-103-401. 


320421. 


6-1277-118-402. 


320434. 


6-688-103-402. 


320422. 


6-1277-119-401. 


320435. 


6-1197-112-407. 



108 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320410 to 320445— Continued 

320436. 6-1253-103-304. 
6-1588-101-301. 
6-1588-101-302. 
6-1730-104-303. 
6-1730-104-304. 



320437. 
320438. 
320439. 
320440. 



320441. 6-2240-301. 

320442. 6-2190-401. 

320443. 6-688-111-301. 

320444. 6-688-111-313. 

320445. 6-1588-101-303. 

Lam. Convolvulaceae. 
Sweetpotato. 

From New Zealand. Cuttings presented by the Vegetable Station, Crops 
Research Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 
Otara, Auckland. Received June 2, 1967. 

320446. No. 46. 



320446 to 320455. Ipomoea batatas (L.) 



320447. 
320448. 
320449. 
320450. 



No. 99. 
No. 153. 
No. 452. 
No. 579. 



320456 to 320462. 



320451. No. 600. 

320452. No. 616. 

320453. No. 646. 

320454. No. 675. 

320455. No. 694. 

Humulus lupulus L. Moraceae. 



Common hop. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuttings presented by the 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leingrad. Received June 5, 1967. 

320456. 'Cepeopska'. 320460. No. 26-9. 

320457. No. 5-36. 320461. No. 29-38. 

320458. No. 6-9. 320462. No. 30-6. 

320459. No. 15-24. 

320463 to 320465. Humulus lupulus L. Moraceae. 

Common hop. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Cuttings presented by the 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 6, 1967. 

Moscow region. 

320463. 'Serebrianka'. 

320464. Clone 16. 

320465. Clone 18. 

320466. PlSTACHlA atlantica Desf . Anacardiaceae. 

Mount Atlas pistachio. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by L. Du Preez, Johan- 
nesburg. Received June 6, 1967. 

320467. Lactuca sativa L. Compositae. Lettuce. 

From Czechoslovakia. Seeds presented by Research Institute for Plant 
Production, Prague. Numbered June 7, 1967. 

'Smaragd'. (Kambot II). 'Stupicky kamenac' X 'Bettner'. 

Suitable for cold forcing frames and unheated forcing houses. Resistant 
to Botrytis cinerea rot. Early, 93 days. 

320468 to 320470. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. 

Tomato. 



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109 



320468 to 320470— Continued 

From Republic of South Africa. Seeds presented by Plant Introduction 
Officer, Department of Agricultural Technical Services, Pretoria. Num- 
bered June 8, 1967. 

320468. DL/67/248. Compound inflorescence. 

320469. DL/67/249. Dwarf compound inflorescence. 

320470. DL/67/250. HRI 1331-1-1. 

320471. Cydista diversifolia (H.B.K.) Miers Bignoniaceae. 

From El Salvador. Seeds presented by C. L. Horn, Agricultural Administra- 
tor, United States Department of Agriculture-Agency for International 
Development, Technical Assistance Agreement, San Salvador. Num- 
bered June 8, 1967. 

Vine to 25 feet high, flowers purplish pink. Nearly constant bloom with 
heavy monthly flushes. 

320472 to 320492. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by Fajer Fajersson, Plant Breeding Institu- 
tion, Weibullsholm, Landskrona. Code numbers represent Weibull's 
designation. Numbered June 8, 1967. 

320472 and 320473. Avena sativa L. Gramineae. Common oats. 

320472. No. 12539. 'Bambu P. 

320473. No. 13313. 'Trio'. 

320474 to 320478. Hordeum vulgare L. Gramineae. Barley. 

320474. No. 305/27. 'Puke IP. 



320475. No. 4132. 


'Balder'. 










320476. No. 4445. 


'Stallar'. 










320477. No. 4744. 


'Herta'. 










320478. No. 5006. 


'Stallar IP. 










320479 to 320492. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 






Spring wheat. 












320479. No. 3086. 


'Karn P. 


320482. 


No. 


4138. 


'Atson'. 


320480. No. 3428. 


'Pondus'. 


320483. 


No. 


9703. 


'Atle'. 


320481. No. 3911. 


'Karn II'. 










Winter wheat. 












320484. No. 2650. 


'Ergo'. 


320489. 


No. 


11783. 


'Trond'. 


320485. No. 5897. 


'Aros'. 


320490. 


No. 


12910. 


'Noire'. 


320486. No. 10752. 


'Banco'. 


320491. 


No. 


14410. 


'Starke'. 


320487. No. 10847. 


'Virtus'. 


320492. 


No. 


14433. 


'Thor'. 


320488. No. 11746. 


'Ertus'. 











320493 to 320499. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From Japan. Tubers and cuttings presented by the American Embassy, 
Tokyo. Received June 7, 1967. 

From Kyushu Agricultural Experiment Station, Kumamoto. 

320493. 'Ariake'. High starch content. 

320494. 'Kotobuki'. Table type. 

320495. 'Kuri-Murasaki'. Table type. 



110 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320493 to 320499— Continued 

320496. 'Kyushu No. 27'. Table type. 

320497. 'Naka-Murasaki\ Table type. 

320498. 'Norin No. V. (Cuttings only). 

320499. 'Norin No. 10\ Nematode resistant. 

320500 to 320512. Solanum melongena L. Solanaceae. 

Eggplant. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by John Wiebe, Horticultural Research Insti- 
tute of Ontario, Vineland Station, Ontario. Received June 8, 1967. 

Breeding lines with sources of field resistance to verticillium wilt originating 
from crosses between Black Beauty and introduced stocks. 

320500. No. 8. Parentage includes P.I. 286101. High resistance, fruit 
oblong, color good. 

320501. No. 24. Parentage includes P.I. 120796. High resistance. 

320502. No. 25. Parentage includes P.I. 120796. Moderate resistance. 

320503. No. 26. Parentage includes P.I. 120796. Moderate resistance. 

320504. No. 28. Parentage includes P.I. 120796. High resistance. 

320505. No. 29. Parentage includes P.I. 120796. High resistance. Plant 
very vigorous, fruit striped. 

320506. No. 30. Parentage includes P.I. 143409. Moderate resistance, 
plant short, fruit striped. 

320507. No. 32. Parentage includes P.I. 143409. Moderate resistance, 
plant short, fruit oblong. 

320508. No. 33. Parentage includes P.I. 143409. Moderate resistance, 
plant tall, fruit long to oblong. 

320509. No. 35. Parentage includes P.I. 143409. Moderate resistance, 
plant short, compact. 

320510. No. 42. Parentage includes P.I. 222269. Moderate resistance, 
plant fairly large, spreading. 

320511. No. 43. Parentage includes P.I. 222269. Moderate resistance, 
early. 

320512. No. 55. Parentage includes P.I. 222833. High resistance. 
320513 to 320515. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Tubers presented by V. S. 
Lekhnovitch, All-Union Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Num- 
bered June 12, 1967. 

320513 and 320514. Solanum tuberosum L. Solanaceae. Potato. 

320513. 'Altai Beauty'. (Krasavec Altaja). 

320514. 'Ekaterinian'. (Ekateriniskij). 

320515. Solanum sp. 
Unidentified (No. 3). 

320516 to 320530. 

From Japan. Seeds presented by Homiki Uyeki, Department of Agriculture, 
Ehime University, Matuya-ma, Ehime Ken. Collected in Korea unless 
otherwise noted. Numbered June 12, 1967. 

320516. Abies holophylla Maxim. Pinaceae. Needle fir. 



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320516 to 320530— Continued 

320517. Acer micranthum Sieb. et Zucc. Aceraceae. Pogoda maple. 
Sizuoka, Japan. 

320518. Acer pseudo-sieboldianum Komarov Purplebloom maple. 

320519. Acer triflorum Komarov Three-flower maple. 

320520. Catalpa ovata Don Bignoniaceae. Japanese catalpa. 

320521. Celtis sinensis Pers. Ulmaceae. 

320522. Chionanthus retusus Lindl. Oleaceae. Chinese fringe tree. 

320523. Crataegus pinnatifida Bunge Rosaceae. Chinese hawthorn. 

320524. Evodia daniellii (Benn.) Hemsl. Rutaceae. 

320525. Larix koreana Nakai Pinaceae. 
Sizuoka, Japan. 

320526. Maesa japonica Mor. ex Zoll. Myrsineae. 

320527. Malus baccata var. mandshurica (Maxim.) C. Schneid. Rosa- 
ceae. Manchurian crabapple. 

320528. Pinus bungeana Zucc. ex Endl. Pinaceae. White-barked pine. 

320529. Pinus koraiensis Sieb. & Zucc. Korean pine. 

320530. Pinus pumila (Pallas) Regel Stone pine. 

320531. Saccharum (hybrid) Gramineae. Sugarcane. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Cuttings presented by the South African 
Sugar Association, Mount Edgecombe. Received June 14, 1967. 

N:Co.310. 

320532. Camellia japonica L. Theaceae. Common camellia. 

From the United States. Selection made at United States Plant Introduction 
Station, Glenn Dale, Maryland. Received June 16, 1967. 

Number 2 selection from P.I. 274797. Flower 3 inches diameter, loose 
double, solid red, very attractive. 

320533 and 320534. 

From Canada. Plants purchased from Alpenglow Gardens, North Surrey 
British Columbia. Received April 12, 1967. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

320533. Pieris japonica (Thunb.) G. Don Ericaceae. Japanese pieris. 
'Yakushimanum'. 

320534. Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. Ericaceae. Cowberry. 

320535. Medicago sativa L. Leguminosae. Alfalfa. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by Dwayne Rohweder, University of Wisconsin 
Contract, Agency International Development, Rio Grande do Sul. Re- 
ceived June 16, 1967. 

'Crioula'. From plants most typical of variety grown in Rio Grande do Sul. 

320536 to 320539. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, 
Taipei. Received June 16, 1967. 

320536. Desmodium sequax Wall. Leguminosae. 

320537. Vicia angustifolia L. Leguminosae. 

320538. Vicia sativa L. 

320539. Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Moench 



112 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320540 and 320541. 

From the United States. Plants collected by Charles R. Gunn, New Crops 
Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Received 
June 16, 1967. 

320540. Vicia caroliniana Walt. Leguminosae. 

Macon County, North Carolina. Perennial. Flowers white. 

320541. VICIA sp. 

Jasper County, Georgia. Perennial. 

320542. VlClA gigantea Hook. Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by O. T. Solbrig, Department of 
Botany, University of California, Berkeley, Received June 16, 1967. 

NU 19711. 

320543. Vicia sepium L. Leguminosae. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by Hortus 
Botanicus Nikitensis, Yalta. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

320544. Lolium canariense Steud. Gramineae. 

From Canary Islands. Seeds presented by A. Garcia Cabezon, Jardin de 
Aclimatacion, Tenerife. Numbered June 16, 1967. Collected at Iqueste 
de San Andres, Tenerife, April 1965. 

320545 to 320550. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by Hsiung Wan, Plant Industry Division, 
Joint Commission on Rural Reconstruction, Taipei. Numbered June 
16, 1967. 

320545 and 320546. Glycine tabacina Benth. Leguminosae. 

320545. C 48. Native Penghu. 

320546. W 51. Native Taichung. 

320547. Glycine tomentella Hayata 
W 46. Native Kingmen. 

320548. Glycine tomentosa Benth. 
W 47. Native Taiwan. 

320549. Glycine sp. 

W 55. Native Kingmen. 

320550. Glycine sp. 

W 56. Native Malaysia. 
320551. Gossypium sp. Malvaceae. 

From France. Seeds presented by J. Raingeard, Institut de Recherches du 
Coton et des Textiles Exotiques, Paris. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

'Bractees Atrophiees'. 

320552 to 320555. Triticum aestivum L. Gramineae. 

From Argentina. Seeds presented by Hugo P. Cenoz, Instituto Nacional de 
Tecnologia Agropecuaria, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecu- 
aria, Instituto de Fitotecnia, Castelar. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

320552. D.I.V. 8034. 'Gaboto M.A.G.'. 

320553. D.I.V. 8202. Tuelen M.A.G.'. Guatrache. 

320554. D.I.V. 9339. 'Baflo, 

320555. D.I.V. 16737. 'Hucal M.A.G.'. Guatrache. 



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113 



320556. Brachiaria dura Stapf Gramineae. 

From Zambia. Seeds collected by W. C. Verboom, 55 Links Avenue, Felix- 
stowe, Suffolk, England. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

Collected in Mongu, Barotseland. 

320557 to 320559. 

From Finland. Strains developed at Tammisto Plant Breeding Station by- 
Otto Valle, Department of Plant Husbandry, University of Helsinki, 
Helsinki. Numbered June 16, 1967. 

320557. Dactylis glomerata L. Gramineae. Orchardgrass. 

320558. Festuca pratensis Huds. Gramineae. Meadow fescue. 

320559. Phleum pratense L. Gramineae. Timothy. 

320560 to 320861. 

From Israel. Seeds collected in 1962 and presented in 1964 by I. Wahl, 
Faculty of Agriculture, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, under Public 
Law 480 Project A10-CR-20. Numbered June 19, 1967. 

320560 to 320735. Avena barbata Brot. Gramineae. Slender oats. 

From eastern lower Galilee. 

320560. 7-112. Poriyya. 

320561. 7-132. Hare Yavne'el. 



320562. 


7-142. 


Givat Hamore. 


320563. 


7-143. 


Tamra. 


320564. 


7-154. 


Ramat zevi. 


320565. 


7-155. 


Bet HaShitta. 


Near Sea of Galilee. 


320566. 


7-113. 


Zemah. 


320567. 


7-114. 


Deganya. 


From Mount Carmel. 


320568. 


7-115. 


North of Elyaqim. 


320569. 


7-120. 


North of Elyaqim. 


320570. 


7-135. 


Ofer. 


320571. 


7-145. 


Zikhron Ya'aqov. 


From Plateau of Menashe. 


320572. 


7-121. 


Tel Yoqne'am. 


320573. 


7-147. 


Daliyya. 


320574. 


7-156. 


Binyamina. 


320575. 


7-158. 


Regavim. 


320576. 


7-1589. 


Ar'ara. 


From Valley of Esdraelon. 


320577. 


7-127. 


Kefar Yehoshua. 


320578. 


7-128. 


Kefar Barukh. 


320579. 


7-130. 


Tel Adashim. 


320580. 


7-137. 


Mishmar HaEmeq. 


320581. 


7-139. 


Afula. 


320582. 


7-149. 


Megiddo. 



114 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320560 to 320861- 


-Continued 


320560 to 320735- 


-Continued 


320583. 7-150. 


Nir Yafe. 


320584. 7-152. 


Geva. 


320585. 7-161. 


Ram On. 


320586. 7-162. 


Perazon. 


320587. 7-165. 


Hefzi Bah. 



From Jordan Valley. 

320588. 7-133. Ashdot Ca'aqov. 
From Coast of Carmel. 

320589. 7-134. En-Ayyala. 
From Mount Gilboa. 

320590. 7-151. Yizre'er. 

320591. 7-163. Nurit. 

320592. 7-164. Nature Reserve. 
From Valley of Bet Shean. 

320593. 7-166. Sede Nahum. 

320594. 7-167. Hamadya. 



320595. 


7-177. 


Reshafim. 


320596. 


7-178. 


Newe Etan. 


320597. 


7-182. 


Re way a. 


320598. 


7-183. 


Sede Eliyyahu. 


320599. 


7-184. 


Kefar Ruppin. 


320600. 


7-185. 


Tirat Zevi. 


From central coastal plain. 


320601. 


7-168. 


Pardes Hanna. 


320602. 


7-169. 


Kefar Pines. 


320603. 


7-179. 


Hadera. 


320604. 


7-180. 


Sha'ar Menashe. 


320605. 


7-189. 


Shoshanat Ha'Amaqim. 


320606. 


7-190. 


Avihayil. 


320607. 


7-191. 


Gan Yoshiyya. 


320608. 


7-192. 


Dora (Netanya). 


320609. 


7-193. 


Hadassim. 


320610. 


7-196. 


Hadassim. 


320611. 


7-197. 


Hadassim. 


320612. 


7-198. 


Hadassim. 


320613. 


7-199. 


Beerotayim. 


320614. 


7-200. 


South of Udim (N. Poleg) 


320615. 


7-201. 


West of Tel Mond. 


320616. 


7-202. 


Kefar Avoda. 


320617. 


7-204. 


Shefayim. 


320618. 


7-205. 


Bazra. 





JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 


320560 to 320861- 


—Continued 


320560 to 320735- 


-Continued 


320619. 


7-206. 


Qalmaniyya. 


320620. 


7-208. 


Herzliyya. 


320621. 


7-209. 


Ramat HaShavim. 


320622. 


7-210. 


Newe Yamin. 


320623. 


7-211. 


Tel Baruch. 


320624. 


7-212. 


Ramat Aviv. 


320625. 


7-215. 


North of Antipatris. 


320626. 


7-218. 


Rosh Ha'Ayin. 


320627. 


7-219. 


Ramat Pinkas. 


320628. 


7-220. 


Beerot Yizhaq. 


320629. 


7-223. 


KefarHabad. 


320630. 


7-229. 


Lod (Iyddia). 


320631. 


7-230. 


Lod (Iyddia). 


320632. 


7-236. 


Holot Yavne. 


320633. 


7-237. 


Bet Hanan. 


320634. 


7-238. 


Beer Ya'aqov. 


320635. 


7-239. 


Lod. 


320636. 


7-241. 


Mediterranian seashore west of Kefar HaNagid. 


320637. 


7-242. 


Zaranuga. 


320638. 


7-243. 


Sitriyya. 


320639. 


7-244. 


Ramla. 


320640. 


7-246. 


Bea Zakkay. 


320641. 


7-247. 


Bet El'azari. 


320642. 


7-248. 


Mazkeret Batya. 


320643. 


7-252. 


West of Nir Gallim. 


320644. 


7-253. 


Bene Darom. 


320645. 


7-255. 


North of Gedera. 


320646. 


7-256. 


West of Yesodot. 


320647. 


7-387. 


Kefar Monash. 


From Foothills of Samaria. 


320648. 


7-188. 


Jatt. 


320649. 


7-203. 


South of Taiyiba. 


320650. 


7-207. 


Eyal. 


320651. 


7-221. 


Nahshonim. 


320652. 


7-235. 


H. Nevallat. 


320653. 


7-250. 


Kefar Bin Nun. 


320654. 


7-251. 


Sha'alvim. 


From Judean Foothills. 


320655. 


7-240. 


Cimzo. 


320656. 


7-245. 


H. Bet Anava. 


320657. 


7-249. 


Pedaya. 



115 



116 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



>0560 to 320861- 


-Continued 


320560 to 320735- 


-Continued 


320658. 


7-257. 


Tal Shahar. 


320659. 


7-262. 


Har'ol. 


320660. 


7-278. 


Haruvit. 


320661. 


7-279. 


Tirosh. 


320662. 


7-280. 


East of Yishi. 


320663. 


7-281. 


Yishi. 


320664. 


7-282. 


Hartuv. 


320665. 


7-292. 


West of Tel Zafit. 


320666. 


7-293. 


Sedot Mikha. 


320667. 


7-295. 


South of Kefar Zekharya. 


320668. 


7-315. 


North of Bet Nir. 


320669. 


7-316. 


Zafririm. 


320670. 


7-317. 


West of Netiv HaLamed He. 


320671. 


7-318. 


Adderet. 


320672. 


7-330. 


Cal'on. 


320673. 


7-332. 


Nehusha. 


320674. 


7-344. 


Lakhish. 


320675. 


7-355. 


West of H. Ramya. 


320676. 


7-356. 


West of H. Ramya. 


320677. 


7-383. 


West of Devira. 


320678. 


7-384. 


Lahav. 


From Judean Mountains. 


320679. 


7-263. 


Shaar Hagay. 


320680. 


7-264. 


Mesillat Ziyyon. 


320681. 


7-265. 


Abu Ghosh. 


320682. 


7-266. 


Qiryat Ye'arim. 


320683. 


7-283. 


N. Soreq north of Nes Harim. 


320684. 


7-284. 


West of Sappir. 


320685. 


7-285. 


En Kerem. 


320686. 


7-286. 


Jerusalem. 


320687. 


7-296. 


Matta. 


320688. 


7-297. 


Mevo Betar. 


From southern coastal plain. 


320689. 


7-267. 


Shtulim. 


320690. 


7-269. 


Mashmia Shalom. 


320691. 


7-275. 


Hazav. 


320692. 


7-276. 


Kefar Harif . 


320693. 


7-277. 


West of Kefar Menahem. 


320694. 


7-287. 


Nizzanim. 


320695. 


7-288. 


Nizzanim. 


320696. 


7-289. 


Civ'ati. 



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117 



320560 to 320861 
320560 to 320735- 

320697. 7-290. 

320698. 7-291. 

320699. 7-298. 

320700. 7-299. 

320701. 7-300. 

320702. 7-301. 

320703. 7-302. 

320704. 7-308. 

320705. 7-319. 

320706. 7-320. 

320707. 7-321. 

320708. 7-325. 

320709. 7-326. 

320710. 7-327. 

320711. 7-328. 

320712. 7-329. 

320713. 7-333. 

320714. 7-334. 

320715. 7-335. 

320716. 7-336. 

320717. 7-337. 

320718. 7-338. 

320719. 7-345. 

320720. 7-346. 

320721. 7-347. 

320722. 7-357. 

320723. 7-358. 

320724. 7-359. 

320725. 7-380. 

320726. 7-381. 
From Northern 

320727. 7-348. 

320728. 7-351. 

320729. 7-361. 

320730. 7-362. 

320731. 7-371. 

320732. 7-372. 

320733. 7-374. 

320734. 7-378. 

320735. 7-382. 



— Continued 
-Continued 

Avigdor. 
Qedma. 

Ashqelon (Afridar). 
Tel Ashqelon. 
Berekhya. 
Negba. 
Qomemiyyot. 
Sequla. 

West of Zikim. 
Mavqi'im. 
Iyye Bet Tama. 
Iyye Bet Tama. 
Iyye Bet Tama. 
East of Kokhav. 
Shahar. 
Gat. 

East of Yad Mordekhy. 
Gevar'am. 
Niva. 

Sede David. 
West of Etan. 
Uza. 

Yad Mordehai. 
Ibbim. 
Beror Hayil. 
Nahal Oz. 
Kefar Azza. 
East of Mefallsim. 
Kissufim. 
North of Re'im. 
Negev. 
N. Shiqma south of Tel Hasi. 
N. Shiqma south of Tel Hasi. 
South of Dorot. 
West of Huhama. 
Talme Bilu. 
Qelahim. 
Qelahim. 
Qelahim. 
Giv'olim. 



118 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320560 to 320861— Continued 
320736 to 320861. Avena sterilis L. 
From eastern lower Galilee. 
320736. 6-146. Bet-Qeshet. 



Animated oats. 



320737. 


6-149. 


Mishmar HaShelosha. 


320738. 


6-174. 


En Dor. 


320739. 


6-175. 


Kefar Kisch. 


320740. 


6-191. 


Givat Hamore. 


320741. 


6-193. 


Tamra. 


320742. 


6-224. 


North of Bet HaShitta. 


Near Sea of Galilee. 


320743. 


6-151. 


Tel-Qazir. 


From Coast of Carmel. 


320744. 


6-152. 


En-Karmel. 


320745. 


6-181. 


En Ayyala. 


320746. 


6-201. 


Ma'yan Zevi. 


From Mount Carmel. 


320747. 


6-153. 


Kerem Maharal. 


320748. 


6-154. 


North of Elyaqim. 


320749. 


6-183. 


Bat Shelomo. 


320750. 


6-184. 


East of Bat Shelomo. 


320751. 


6-207. 


Zikhron Ya'aqov. 


320752. 


6-212. 


Meir Shefeya. 



From plateau of Menashe. 

320753. 6-160. Tel Yoqne'am. 

320754. 6-213. Daliyya. 

320755. 6-214. South of Daliyya. 
From valley of Esdraelon. 

320756. 6-173. Tel Adashim. 



320757. 


6-188. 


HaYogev. 


320758. 


6-217. 


East of Megiddo. 


320759. 


6-218. 


Nir Yaf e. 


320760. 


6-222. 


Ramat Zovi. 


320761. 


6-236. 


Hafzi-Bah. 


From Jordan Valley. 


320762. 


6-179. 


Ashdot Ya'aqov. 


From Valley of Bet Shean. 


320763. 


6-253. 


Sede Eliyyaho. 


From central coastal plain. 


320764. 


6-256. 


East of Kefar Vitkin. 


320765. 


6-261. 


Avihayil. 


320766. 


6-263. 


Kefar Monash. 


320767. 


6-265. 


Dora (Netanya). 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 119 



320560 to 320861— Continued 

320736 to 320861— Continued 

320768. 6-266. Hadassim. 

320769. 6-269. Hadassim. 

320770. 6-272. Beerotayim. 

320771. 6-274. South of Udim (N. Poleg). 

320772. 6-275. West of Tel Mond. 

320773. 6-276. Kefar Avoda. 

320774. 6-278. Shefayim. 

320775. 6-279. Bazra. 

320776. 6-280. Qalmaniyya. 

320777. 6-282. Herzliyya. 

320778. 6-284. Ramot HaShavim. 

320779. 6-285. Newe Yamin. 

320780. 6-286. Ramat Aviv. 

320781. 6-290. North of Antipatris. 

320782. 6-296. Ramat Pinkas. 

320783. 6-299. Ezra Uvizaron. 

320784. 6-306. Lod (Lyddia). 

320785. 6-313. Holot Yavne. 

320786. 6-315. Beer Ya'aqov. 

320787. 6-316. Lod. 

320788. 6-321. South of Ramla. 

320789. 6-323. Ben Zakkay. 

320790. 6-334. East of Bene Ayish. 

320791. 6-335. West of Yesodot. 
From foothills of Samaria. 

320792. 6-281. Eyal. 

320793. 6-298. Nahshonim. 

320794. 6-312. H. Nevallat. 
From Judean foothills. 

320795. 6-317. Gimzo. 

320796. 6-327. Pedaya. 

320797. 6-328. Kefar Bin Nun. 

320798. 6-336. Tal-Shahar. 

320799. 6-337. Tal-Shahar. 

320800. 6-339. Tal-Shahar. 

320801. 6-359. Haruvit. 

320802. 6-363. Haruvit. 

320803. 6-374. West of Tel Zafit. 

320804. 6-375. Sedot Mikha. 

320805. 6-376. South of Kefar Zekharya. 

320806. 6-377. Netiv HaLamed He. 



120 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



320560 to 320861— Continued 
320736 to 320861— Continued 

320807. 6-386. Netiv Halamed He. 



320808. 


6-411. 


North of Bet Nir. 


320809. 


6-426. 


Cal'on. 


320810. 


6-427. 


West of Bet Guvrin. 


320811. 


6-428. 


Nehusha. 


320812. 


6-440. 


H. Ma'aglan. 


320813. 


6-450. 


Ahuzzam. 


320814. 


6-452. 


West of H. Ramya. 


320815. 


6^53. 


Amazia. 


From Judean Mountains. 


320816. 


6-343. 


Mesillat Ziyyon. 


320817. 


6-344. 


Sha'ar HaGay. 


320818. 


6-347. 


Qastel. 


320819. 


6-364. 


N. Soreq north of Nes Harim. 


320820. 


6-365. 


West of Sappir. 


320821. 


6-366. 


En Kerem. 


320822. 


6-367. 


Jerusalem. 


320823. 


6-392. 


Matta. 


320824. 


6-393. 


Mevo Betar. 


From southern coastal plain. 


320825. 


6-348. 


Shtulim. 


320826. 


6-357. 


Kefar Harif . 


320827. 


6-358. 


West of Kefar Menahem. 


320828. 


6-368. 


Nizzanim. 


320829. 


6-369. 


Nizzanim. 


320830. 


6-371. 


Avigedor. 


320831. 


6-373. 


East of Qedma. 


320832. 


6-394. 


Ashgelon (Afridar). 


320833. 


6-395. 


Tel Ashgelon. 


320834. 


6-396. 


Berekhya. 


320835. 


6-397. 


Negba. 


320836. 


6-409. 


Nir Banim. 


320837. 


6-415. 


Ziqim. 


320838. 


6-416. 


Mavqi'im. 


320839. 


6-423. 


East of Kokhav. 


320840. 


6-424. 


Shahar. 


320841. 


6-425. 


Gat. 


320842. 


6-430. 


Gevar'am. 


320843. 


6-431. 


Niva. 


320844. 


6-432. 


Sede David. 


320845. 


6-433. 


West of Etan. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



121 



320560 to 320861- 


—Continued 


320736 to 320861- 


-Continued 


320846. 


6-434. 


Uza. 


320847. 


6-441. 


Yad Mordehai. 


320848. 


6-442. 


Ibbim. 


320849. 


6-443. 


Beror Hayil. 


320850. 


6-457. 


South of Tel Irit. 


320851. 


6-458. 


East of Mefalsim. 


320852. 


6-459. 


Sederot. 


320853. 


6-470. 


West of Beeri. 


320854. 


6-485. 


East of Kissufin. 


320855. 


6-487. 


North of Re'im. 


320856. 


6-488. 


West of Re'im. 


From Northern Negev. 


320857. 


6-460. 


South of Dorot. 


320858. 


6-472. 


Tequma. 


320859. 


6-473. 


Telme Bilu. 


320860. 


6-480. 


East of Sede Ze'vi. 


320861. 


6-483. 


Bet Qama. 


320862 to 320864. 


Rosa multiflora Thunb. 



Rosaceae. 

Japanese rose. 

From the Republic of South Africa. Scions presented by the Division of Seed 
Control, Department of Agriculture Technical Services, Pretoria. Re- 
ceived June 19, 1967. 

320862. 'Basye'. Clone No. 110. 

320863. 'Brooks'. Clone No. 34. 

320864. 'Clarke'. Clone No. 54. 

320865. Coix lacryma-jobi L. Gramineae. Jobs-tears. 

From Brazil. Seeds presented by B. V. Skvortzov, Institute de Botanica, Sao 
Paulo. Received June 20, 1967. 

Originally from Japan. 

320866. Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze Theaceae. Tea. 

From Pakistan. Seeds presented Jan. 15, 1965 by Pakistan Tea Board. 
Dacca. Received June 21, 1967. 

Mixture of seeds from nucleus clones plot at Pakistan Tea Research Station. 

320867 and 320868. Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze Theaceae. 

Tea. 

From Brazil. Cuttings obtained Aug. 4, 1965 through the United States 
Agency for International Development, Rio de Janeiro. Received June 
21, 1967. 

320867. 'Benifomare'. 

320868. 'Yamamoto'. 

320869 to 320874. Malus sylvestris Mill. Rosaceae. Apple. 

From Turkey. Scions presented by Crop Research and Introduction Center, 
Karsiyaka, Izmir. Received June 21, 1967. 

Scions of 'Amasya' variety taken from individual trees. 



122 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320869 to 320874— Continued 

320869. CRIC 8635-67. 320872. CRIC 8963-67. 

320870. CRIC 8961-67. 320873. CRIC 8964-67. 

320871. CRIC 8962-67. 320874. CRIC 8965-67. 

320875 to 320885. Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Gramineae. 

Bermudagrass. 

From the United States. Plants collected in 1966 by G. W. Burton and held 
by Coastal Plain Experiment Station, Tifton, Ga. Received June 21, 1967. 

From Italy. 

320875. Col. No. 19. Milano. In turf on thin, dry soil layer on railroad 
overpass. Common type. No stem gall. 

320876. Col. No. 20. Brembo river valley near Lenna along road to 
Foppolo. Elevation 900 meters. Plant medium tall. No disease at this 
elevation or higher. 

From France. 

320877. Col. No. 22. Along road near Le Muy. Very dry area; many 
plants dried. Main grass on road shoulders. Common type. No stem 
gall. 

320878. Col. No. 23. In vineyard between Remoulins and Uzes. Plant 
medium tall, no disease. 

320879. Col. No. 24. Along highway N *107, 29 km. southeast of Florae. 
Elevation 800 meters. Very dry site. One small clump with no heads, 
medium tall, common type. No disease. 

320880. Col. No. 25. Along highway N 107, 24 km. southeast of Mende. 
Elevation 1,000 meters. Plant tall, vigorous, resembles 'Coastal'. No 
disease. 

320881. Col. No. 26. Roadside between Fontenay and Nailers on traffic- 
worn gravel. Good common type. No disease. Associated grasses 
Lolium perenne, Agrostis and Festuca. 

320882. Col. No. 28. Roadside on high hill east of St. Maxient, exposed to 
wind, cold and heavy traffic. Associated plants Lolium perenne, Festuca 
and Tri folium pratense. 

320883. Col. No. 29. In rock cracks at waters edge of Loire river near 
Varades. Large common type. No disease. 

320884. Col. No. 30. Rambouillet. At edge of Agrostis lawn around 
Chateau. Good common type, vigorous, no disease, apparently many 
years old. 

320885. Col. No. 31. Paris. Tuilleries and along Champs Elysees. Com- 
mon types. No heads, no disease or insects. Clumps along edge of 
Agrostis-Festuca-Poa turf. 

320886 and 320887. 

From Korea. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. For U.S.D.A.-Longwood 
Garden Cooperative Program. Numbered June 22, 1967. 

320886 and 320887. Camellia japonica L. Theaceae. Common camellia. 

320886. Col. No. K-19. On road from Soguipo to Cheju, Cheju Island, 
growing at edge of woods. Elevation 480 meters. Evergreen shrub 
to 1.8 meters high, very dense. Flowers not seen. Cuttings. 

320887. Col. No. K-38. On trail along east coast of Ullungdo, in forest 
of Acer and Pinns. Elevation 300 meters. Evergreen shrub to 3 
meters high. Darkest green leaves in area. Flowers not seen. 

Cuttings. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 123 

320888 to 320895. Camellia japonica L. Theaceae. 

Common camellia. 

From Japan. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered June 22, 1967. 

Kurume City, Japan. In garden of Nakahara Chyorakuen. Evergreen 
shrubs of race called Higo camellias. Cuttings. 

320888. Col. No. K-510. 'Kumagai'. 

320889. Col. No. K-512. 'Momigigari'. 

320890. Col. No. K-513. 'Shin Turasa Nishiki'. 

320891. Col. No. K-514. 'Hagoromo'. 

320892. Col. No. K-516. 'Hakuturu'. 

Kurume, Japan. Collected at Kurume Branch Horticultural Experiment 
Station. Evergreen shrubs of Higo strain of camellias. Cuttings. 

320893. Col. No. K-521. 'Hhakaku'. 

320894. Col. No. K-522. 'Yamato Nishiki'. 

320895. Col. No. K-523. 'Kamagaya'. 

320896 to 320900. 

From Korea. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered June 22, 1967. 

320896. Fraxinus sieboldiana Blume Oleaceae. 

Col. No. K-224. On Mt. Sokni, Chunghong Pukto, growing in sandy soil 
with pine. Elevation 660 meters. Deciduous tree to 15 meters high. 
Leaves pinnately compound, graceful. Seedlings. 

320897. Hibiscus syriacus L. Malvaceae. Shrub-althea. 

Col. No. K-174. On grounds of Sericultural Experiment Station, Suwon. 
Deciduous shrub to 4 meters high. Flowers pink, petals fringed on tip, 
single. Cuttings. 

320898. Lilium leichtlinii var. maximowiczii (Regel) Baker Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-101. In swampy area near Taek Wal Yong Experiment 
Station, Kangwon-do. Elevation 780 meters. Bulbous perennial to 1 meter 
high. One to 2 flowers. Bulbs round. Underground, spreading stems up 
to 20 cm. Bulbs. 

320899. Streptopus streptopoides (Ledeb.) Frye & Rigg. Liliaceae. 

Col. No. K-136. In shady area along trail on Mt. Chiri, Cholla Nam-do. 
Elevation 1,350 meters. Fleshy rooted perennial. Fruit red, terminal. 
Stem internodes angled. Roots. 

320900. Weigela subsessilis (Nakai) Bailey Caprifoliaceae. 

Col. No. K-186. Kwang Kyo. At base of rocky knoll, growing on 
streambank. Deciduous shrub to 1 meter high. Light-colored foliage 
selection. Flowers not seen. Cuttings. 

320901 to 320910. 

From Japan. Plant material collected by E. G. Corbett and R. W. Lighty, 
agricultural explorers, Crops Research Division, United States Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered June 22, 1967. 

320901. Wisteria sp. Leguminosae. 

Col. No. K-528. 'Noda'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 

320902. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-529. 'Doyou\ Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 



124 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

320901 to 320910— Continued 

320903. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-530. 'Sakou'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 

320904. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-531. 'Murasaki Kabitan'. Plants purchased from nursery, 
Tokyo, Japan. 

320905. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-532. 'Sirokafitan'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, 
Japan. 

320906. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-533. 'Sironoda'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, 
Japan. 

320907. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-534. 'Hagi\ Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 

320908. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-535. 'Kyusyaku'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, 
Japan. 

320909. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-536. 'Itusai'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 

320910. Wisteria sp. 

Col. No. K-537. 'Nisiki'. Plants purchased from nursery, Tokyo, Japan. 

320911 to 320915. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented by A. Janossy, National Institute of Agro- 
botany, Tapiozele. Received June 22, 1967. 

320911. Allium cepa L. Liliaceae. Onion. 
'EzustfeheV. Silver white. 

320912. Apium graveolens L. Umbelliferae. Celery. 

'Hegykoi'. (tuber celery). 

320913 and 320914. Brassica oleracea var. capitata L. Cruciferae. 

Cabbage. 

320913. 'F-5'. 

320914. <F-8\ 

320915. Brassica oleracea var. viridis L. Collard. 
'Fodroslevelu takarmanykel'. 

320916 to 320957. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 22, 1967. 

320916. Abies nephrolepis (Trautv.) Maxim. Pinaceae. 

320917. Abies sibirica Ledeb. Siberian fir. 

320918. Betula humilis Schrank Betulaceae. 

320919. Betula middendorffii Trautv. & Mey. in Middend. 

320920. Betula platyphylla Sukatchev Asian white birch. 

320921. Hordeum deficiens Steud. Gramineae. Deficient barley. 
No. 18838. Origin Ethiopia. 

320922 and 320923. Hordeum distichon L. Two-rowed barley. 

320922. No. 8687. Origin Ethiopia. 



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320916 to 320957— Continued 
320922 and 320923— Continued 

320923. No. 18828. Origin Ethiopia. 
320924 to 320928. 



Hordeum distichon var. palmella Harlan 

Two-rowed barley. 



320924. 
320925. 
320926. 
320927. 
320928. 



Origin Algeria. 
Origin Afghanistan. 
'Esperance'. Origin Morocco. 
G-1571. Valdimir region. 
'Omskij 13709'. Omsk region. 



No. 19824. 

No. 5933. 

No. 19531. 

No. 19695. 

No. 17843. 
320929. Hordeum vulgare L. 
No. 18830. Origin Ethiopia. 
320930 to 320934. Hordeum vulgare var. pallidum Seringe 



Common barley. 



Origin Afghanistan. 
'Dzau-Bapust'. Origin Tadjikistan. 
'Falarinec'. Irkutsk region. 
'Odesskij 17'. Odessa region. 
'Fertodi 4'. Origin Hungary. 

Leguminosae. 



Six-rowed barley. 

320930. No. 5977. 

320931. No. 16638. 

320932. No. 16955. 

320933. No. 18469. 

320934. No. 19569. 
320935 to 320954. Lens culinaris Medic. Leeuminosae. Lentil. 

320935. K-6. Origin Iran. 

320936. K-15. 'Daghestanica'. Daghestan. 

320937. K-29. Origin Germany. 

320938. K-244. Origin The Ukraine. 

320939. K-331. Origin Tunisia. 

320940. K-336. Origin Italy. 

320941. K-359. Origin Ethiopia. 

320942. K-383. Origin Afghanistan. 

320943. K-419. Origin Afghanistan. 

320944. K-436. Origin Algeria. 

320945. K-487. Origin Bulgaria. 

320946. K-612. Origin Palestine. 

320947. K-1177. Origin Turkey. 

320948. K-1831. Origin Azerbajan. 

320949. K-1834. 'Tadjikskaja 95'. Tadjikistan. 

320950. K-1849. 'Astarakskaja Mestnaja'. Origin Armenia. 

320951. K-1978. Origin India. 

320952. K-2079. Origin Czechoslovakia. 

320953. K-2086. 'Schwarze Linse' Origin East Germany. 
K-2101. 'Slovenian Krayoda'. Origin Hungary. 

Pinaceae. Norway spruce. 

Siberian spruce. 



320954. 

320955. Picea abies (L.) Karst. 

320956. Picea obovata Ledeb. 

320957. Pinus cembra L. Pinaceae. 



Swiss stone pine. 



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320958 to 320967. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

From Venezuela. Seeds presented by Estacion Experimental Araure, through 
Carlos J. Ortega, Agricultural Attache, American Embassy, Caracas. 
Received June 22, 1967. 

320958. 'Acarigua'. 320963. 'Morada'. 

320959. 'Aceitera'. 320964. 'Schulze'. 

320960. 'Caripucha'. 320965. 'Venezuela 44\ 

320961. 'Glauca'. 320966. 'Venezuela 51\ 

320962. 'Inarnar'. 320967. 'Venezuela 52'. 

320968 to 320973. 

From Hungary. Seeds received from E. Kurnick, Agriculture Research Insti- 
tute, Iregszemcse and presented by National Institute of Agrobotany, 
Tapioszele. Received June 22, 1967. 

320968 to 320971. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

320968. 'Iregi Juliska'. Maturity 103 days. 

320969. 'Iregi Cardinal'. Maturity 76 days. 

320970. 'Iregi Fullgreen'. Maturity 80 days. 

320971. 'Iregi Wisconsin'. Maturity 92 days. 

320972 and 320973. Pisum sativum L. Leguminosae. Pea. 

320972. 'Iregi sarga IP. 1'. Fodder type. Maturity 79 days. 

320973. 'Iregi zold IP. 2'. Fodder type. Maturity 83 days. 

320974 to 320992. 

From Sierra Leone. Seeds presented by Botany Department, Fourah Bay 
College, Freetown. Received June 22, 1967. 

320974. Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. Pigeon-pea. 

320975. Calopogonium mucunoides Desv. Leguminosae. 

320976. Centrosema pubescens Benth. Leguminosae. 

320977. Clitoria ternatea L. Leguminosae. Asian pigeonwings. 

320978. Digitaria adscendens (H.B.K.) Henr. Gramineae. 

320979. Eragrostis linearis (Schum. & Thonn.) Benth. Gramineae. 

320980. Eragrostis tenella (L.) Beauv. ex. Roem. & Schult. 

320981. Eragrostis unioloides Retz. ex Steud. Lovegrass. 

320982. Eragrostis sp. 

320983. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) De Wit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

320984. Panicum brevifolium L. Gramineae. 

320985. Panicum sp. 

320986. Pennisetum leonis Stapf & Hubb. Gramineae. 

320987. Pennisetum subangustum (Schum.) Stapf & C. E. Hubbard 

320988. Phaseolus adenanthus G. Meyer Leguminosae. 

320989. Rhynchosia pycnostachya (DC.) Meikle Leguminosae. 

320990. Rhynchosia violacea K. Schum. 

320991. Stylosanthes erecta Beauv. Leguminosae. 

320992. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 



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127 



320993. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. Muskmelon. 

From Canada. Seeds presented by Department of Agriculture, Research 
Station, Morden, Manitoba. Received June 22, 1967. 

'Sungold'. 

320994 to 321020. 

From Taiwan. Seeds presented by Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute, 
Taipei. Received June 27, 1967. 

320994 to 320996. Apium graveolens L. Umbelliferae. Celery. 

320994. 'Hainan'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

320995. 'Huang Hsin Late'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

320996. 'Huang Hsin Medium Early'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

320997 to 321001. Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L. Cruciferae. 

Cauliflower. 

320997. 'Fengshan Early'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

320998. 'Fengshan Extra Early'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

320999. 'Fengshan Late'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

321000. 'Fengshan Medium Early'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

321001. 'Tainung No. 1'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321002. Brassica oleracea var. capitata L. Cabbage. 
'Taiwan Early'. Taiwan Seed Service. 

321003. Capsicum annuum L. Solanaceae. Pimento. 
'Goat's Horn'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321004 and 321005. Cucumis melo L. Cucurbitaceae. Muskmelon. 

321004. 'Nung Yu No. 2'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

321005. 'Tainan No. 2,. Taiwan Seed Service. 

321006 to 321011. Cucumis SATivus L. Cucumber. 

321006. 'Fengyuan Green Skin'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321007. 'Improved Green Skin'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321008. 'Nanchi Black Spine'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321009. 'Nanchi White Spine'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321010. 'Nei Wu\ Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321011. 'Taichung Mou Gua'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321012 and 321013. Lactuca sativa L. Compositae. Lettuce. 

321012. 'Native'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321013. 'White Lettuce'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321014 to 321016. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

321014. 'Chu Yu'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321015. 'Fengshan No. 51'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

321016. 'Persimmon Type'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 

321017 and 321018. Solanum melongena L. Solanaceae. Eggplant. 

321017. 'Fengyuan Purple'. Rich Farme Seed Company. 

321018. 'Pingtung Long Red'. Nung Yu Seed Company. 

321019 and 321020. Spinacia oleracea L. Chenopodiaceae. Spinach. 

321019. 'Round Seeded'. Ta Fang Seed Company. 

321020. 'Wushe Waka Maru'. Ta Feng Seed Company. 



128 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

321021 to 321023. 

From Sweden. Seeds presented by The Botanical Garden, Lund. Received 
June 27, 1967. 

321021. Vaccinium oxycoccos L. Ericaceae. Small cranberry. 

321022. Vaccinium uliginosum L. Bog blueberry. 

321023. Vaccinium vitis-idaea L. Cowberry. 

321024. Lathyrus articulatus ssp. clymenum (Bris.) Maire 
Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Plants growing at Soil Conservation Service, Agri- 
cultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland. Original seed collected 
May 18, 1966, by R. L. Henry, Agency for International Development, 
Kentira, Morocco. Numbered June 27, 1967. 

Plant to 8 feet high; flowers purple, 1 to 2 per raceme. 

321025. Leucaena retusa Benth. Leguminosae. 

From the United States. Seeds collected by Lloyd Spetzman, New Crops 
Research Branch, Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Re- 
ceived June 27, 1967. 

Col. No. LS 348. Junction 90-163, Comstock, Val Verde County, Texas. 
Across road from Border Patrol Station. Thin limestone soil; thicket with 
mesquite, cacti, thorn scrub in swale. Shrub to 12 feet high, 1 inch diameter. 
Foliage pale green; flowers yellow balls to % inch. 

321026 and 321027. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solana- 
ceae. Tomato. 

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Seeds presented by All-Union 
Institute of Plant Industry, Leningrad. Received June 27, 1967. 

Possibly resistant to bacterial canker. 

321026. 'Anait 20'. 

321027. 'Budenovka 363/4'. 

321028. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

From England. Seeds presented by L. A. Darby, Glasshouse Crops Research 
Institute, Littlehampton, Sussex. Received June 27, 1967. 

'Baby Lea'. 

321029 to 321037. 

From Germany. Seeds presented by Institut for Pflanzenpathologic and 
Pflanzenschutz der Georg August Universitat, Gottingen. Received June 
27, 1967. 

321029 to 321033. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. Tomato. 

321029. Nr. LYC 128/66. 'Magnum Bonum\ 

321030. Nr. LYC 180/63. 'Pierette'. 

321031. Nr. LYC 284/64. 'Perfection*. 

321032. Nr. LYC 324/66. 'Resista'. 

321033. Nr. LYC 1276/64. Tierette'. 

321034 to 321037. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

321034. Tamos'. Bush. True type. 

321035. 'Hilds Marona'. 

321036. 'Hilds Rapid'. 

321037. 'Sperling's Erato'. Bush Wax. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 129 

321038 and 321039. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

From Hungary. Seeds presented by National Institute of Agrobotany, 
Tapioszele. Received June 28, 1967. 

321038. No. 1513/1966. T4\ Four-rowed. 

321039. No. 3129/1964. '4P\ Four-rowed. 

321040 to 321071. Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. Solanaceae. 

Tomato. 

From the United States. Selections made at Regional Introduction Station, 
Geneva, N.Y. Numbered June 28, 1967. 

321040. 4624B. Selection from P.I. 119778. Plant vigorous, indetermi- 
nate. Fruit flattened, lobed, dark red. 

321041. G 11704S. Selection from P.I. 199016. Plant indeterminate, 80 
days to first ripening. Fruit large, slightly oblate, firm, small core, 9 
locules, average weight 218 grams. 

321042. G 2166CGS. Bulked selections from P.I. 237137. Germination in 
5 weeks at 10 °C. Plant short, sturdy, bushy, indeterminate. Fruit 
variable in shape, mostly plum, good color, cracking, uneven ripening, 
separate easily from peduncle. 

321043. G 8919CGS. Bulked selections from P.I. 255830. Germination in 
five weeks at 10 °C. Plant indeterminate, medium early. Fruit mostly 
oblong plum 6.0 cm. by 2.6 cm. many two-lobed pepper shape. 

321044. G 8929CGS. Bulked selections from P.I. 255840. Germination in 
five weeks at 10 °C. Plant vigorous, indeterminate, medium early. Fruit 
nearly sessile, plum shape 5.5 cm. by 4.0 cm., 2 locules, good color 
throughout, juice dark red. 

321045. G 8931S. Selection from P.I. 255842. Plants determinate. Fruit 
mostly plum shape, crack resistant, excellent color, uneven ripening, 
good set and yield, 80 days to ripening. 

321046. G 8946S. Selection from P.I. 255857. Plant indeterminate, 
medium maturity. Fruit plum, small, excellent color, high acidity, un- 
even ripening. Resistant to late blight. 

321047. G 9725S. Selection from P.I. 262162. Plant determinate, dwarf, 
compact, 84 days to first ripe fruit. Fruit 100 grams, good color, little 
cracking, uniform ripening, high yield. 

321048. G 9808S. Selection from P.I. 262907. Plant indeterminate, 84 
days to first ripening. Fruit 218 grams, slightly flat, thick walled, little 
cracking, good color, uniform ripening. Excellent set and yield. 

321049. G 9809S. Selection from P.I. 262908. Plant indeterminate. 
Fruit flat globe 4.7 cm. by 6.0 cm., 8 locules, good internal color, little 
cracking. 

321050. G 9811S. Selection from P.I. 262910. Plant indeterminate. 
Fruit small, long to oblong plum, paste type, flesh thick, uneven ripening. 

321051. G 9915S. Selection from P.I. 262932. Plant determinate, open 
spreading. Fruit large, green base, no cracking, 73 days to ripening. 

321052. G 10221 S. Selection from P.I. 263720. Plant indeterminate. 
Fruit excellent external color, little cracking, uniform ripening, medium 
maturity, high set and yield. 

321053. G 10387CGSA. Selection from P.I. 264336. Plant indeterminate. 
Fruit large, flat, medium green shoulder, red skin, depressed blossom end, 
corrugated, medium maturity. Germination in 5 weeks at 10 C. 

321054. G 10387CGSB. Selection from P.I. 264336. Same as P.I. 321053 
except for pink skin. 



130 PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 

321040 to 321071— Continued 

321055. G 3172. 'Globetrotter'. Brooks, Alberta, Canada. Plant de- 
terminate, 28 cm. high by 60 cm. wide. Fruit flat globe, 5 per cluster, 
5.5 cm. by 8.5 cm., radial cracks, 11 locules. No blossom end rot or 
mosaic. 

321056. G 3291. 'Conserva 1010'. M. Herb, Naples, Italy. Fruit flat globe, 
12 per cluster, 3.5 cm. by 6.0 cm., 2 locules. No blossom end rot, sus- 
ceptible to Verticillium. 

321057. G 10706. 'Eastern States 24'. Eastern States Cooperative, West 
Springfield, Mass. Plant determinate, 53 cm. high by 116 cm. wide. 
Fruit 5 per cluster, flat globe, 7.0 cm. by 8.5 cm., 8 locules, excellent color 
inside and out, no cracking. Late, prolific. 

321058. G 11095. 'Summer Sunrise'. Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Kingston, Rhode Island. Plant determinate, 50 cm. by 140 cm., leaves 
small. Fruit flat globe 6.5 cm. by 8.0 cm., 5 per cluster, 12 locules, 
blotchy ripening. Very prolific. 

321059. G 11279. 'Rhode Island Early'. Plant indeterminate, 45 cm. 
high by 175 cm. wide, leaves small. Fruit globe 5.7 cm. deep by 6.6 
cm. wide, 6 per cluster, 6 to 8 locules, excellent internal and external 
color. Very early. 

321060. G 11906. 'Odessa'. Lake Odessa Canning Company, Lake Odessa, 
Mich. Plant indeterminate, 55 cm. high by 103 cm. wide, foliage dark 
green. Fruit deep globe 7.0 cm. by 5.0^cm., puffy, grooved, borne blossom 
end up, 5 per cluster, does not color in dark, even ripening. Persists on 
vine without rot. 

321061. G 12515. 'Bounty' X 'Valiant'. Plant determinate, small. Fruit 
flat globe 5.1 cm. by 6.3 cm., 2 to 3 per cluster, 6 locules, flesh red, sweet. 
For mechanical harvesting. 

321062. G 12536. 'Klein Early'. Plant indeterminate. Fruit color good, 
green and yellow, high acidity, 7.1 percent total solids. 

321063. G 14378. 'Rosy Red'. T. O. Graham, University of Guelph, 
Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Plant semideterminate. Fruit color rosy red, 
peel clear, uniform ripening, crack resistant. 

321064. G 14406. 'Kecskemeti 363'. Agricultural Experiment Institute of 
Duna Tiazakoz, Kecskemet, Hungary. Plant indeterminate. 

321065. G 14421. 'South Australia Dwarf Red'. Arthur Yates and Com- 
pany, Sydney, Australia. Plant indeterminate, brachytic. 

321Q66. G 14422. 'Vine Red'. Vineland, Ontario, Canada. 

321067. G 14423. 'Webb Special'. Vineland, Ontario, Canada. Plant in- 
determinate. Fruit uneven ripening, high pigment. 

321068. G 14425. Arthur Yates and Company, Sydney, Australia through 
A. E. Kerr, Vineland, Ontario, Canada. Fruit nonuniform, leathery end, 
very late. 

321069. G 14551. 'Novcerkasskij 416'. All-Union Institute of Plant In- 
dustry, Leningrad, Soviet Union, through L. H. Lyall, Ottawa, Canada. 
Plant indeterminate. Fruit flat globe 5.7 cm. by 8.3 cm., 8 to 9 locules 
around solid core, uneven ripening, early. 

321070. G 14576. 'Micando'. Canada. Fruit oblate. 

321071. G 14581. 'Pritehaid'. Canada. Plant indeterminate. Fruit ob- 
late, 104.9 grams. 

321072. Glycine wightii (R. Grah. ex Wight & Arn.) Verdcourt 
Leguminosae. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 131 

321072— Continued 

From Australia. Seeds presented by Division of Plant Industry, Common- 
wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra. Re- 
ceived June 28, 1967. 

C.P.I. 25702. 'Cooper'. 

321073 and 321074. 

From Brazil. Seeds collected by B. V. Skvortzov, Instituto de Botanica, Caixa, 
4005, Sao Paulo. Received June 28, 1967. 

321073. Lilium philippinense Baker Liliaceae. Philippine lily. 
Large, white, late. 

321074. Merostachys multiramea Hackel Gramineae. 

Tree of Brazilian bamboo from subtropical mountain forests of Sao Paulo. 
Fruiting once in 40 to 50 years. Stems to 15 meters. 

321075 and 321076. 

From Chile. Seeds presented by Carlos Junge, Quinta "Santa Cruz", Chilian 
Viejo. Received June 28, 1967. 

321075. Gomortega nitida Ruiz & Pav. Gomortegaceae. 

321076. Lapageria rosea Ruiz & Pav. Liliaceae. Red Chile-bells. 

321077. Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) DeWit Leguminosae. 

Leadtree. 

From Argentina. Seeds presented by Angel Marzocca, Instituto de Botanica 
Agricola, Castelar. Received July 6, 1967. 

From cultivated tree in local botanic garden. 

321078 to 321111. 

From Kenya. Seeds collected by C.E. Smith, Jr., Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Numbered July 10, 1967. 

321078. Capsicum sp. Solanaceae. 

Col. No. 4630. Market in Hoey's Bridge. 

321079. Crotalaria brevidens var. parviflora (Bak. f.) Poll. Legumi- 
nosae. 

Col. No. 4636. 'Kimiro'. Market in Kimilili. 

321080 and 321081. Dolichos lablab L. Leguminosae. Hyacinth-bean. 

321080. Col. No. 4588. 'Njahi'. Market in Meru. 

321081. Col. No. 4641. Market in Thompson's Falls. 

321082. Dombeya burgessiae Gerrard Sterculiaceae. 

Col. No. 4631. On road to Kitale 3 miles north of Hoey's Bridge. Shrub, 
spreading, to 2 meters high. Flowers white, dried petals persistent around 
capsules. 

321083 to 321086. Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Ragi. 

321083. Col. No. 4577. Market in Ladri on road to Kisumu. 

321084. Col. No. 4583. 'Gall Luo\ Market in Kisumu. 

321085. Col. No. 4590. 'Wimbi'. Market in Meru. 

321086. Col. No. 4633. Market in Kimilili. 

321087. Pennisetum sp. Gramineae. 

Col. No. 4586. 'Mwere'. Market in Meru. 

321088. Phaseolus coccineus L. Leguminosae. Scarlet runner bean. 
Col. No. 4642. 'Noe'. Market in Thompson's Falls. 



132 



PLANT INVENTORY NO. 175 



321078 to 321111— Continued 

321089 to 321094. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Common bean. 

321089. Col. No. 4569. 'Maragwe'. Market in Gilgil. 

Col. No. 4582. 'Maragwe Oganda'. Market in Kisumu. 

Col. No. 4592. 'Bijanjero'. Market in Chiganda. 

Col. No. 4629. Market in Hoey's Bridge. 

Col. No. 4637. Market in Kimilili. 

Col. No. 4645. 'Bosha'. Market in Sagana. 



321090. 
321091. 
321092. 
321093. 
321094. 
321095. 



Protea gaguedi Gmel. Proteaceae. 



Between Hoey's Bridge and Kitale on the Trans Nzoia Plains, 
on red lateritic soil. 

321096. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. 

Col. No. 4634. Market in Kimilili. 
321097 to 321102. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench 
321097. Col. No. 4578. 

Col. No. 4579. 'Andiwa'. 
Col. No. 4580. 
Col. No. 4581. 
Col. No. 4587. 
Col. No. 4646. 



Open scrub 
Sesame. 

Gramineae. Kafircorn. 



321098. 
321099. 
321100. 
321101. 
321102. 



'Mwea'. 
'Muhia' 



Market in Meru. 
Market in Sagana. 

321103. Trifolium burchellianum var. johnstonii (Oliv.) Gillett 
Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 4567. Top of the Aberdares at Nyeri Chania Falls. Elevation 
9,000 feet. 

321104. Vernonia sp. Compositae. 

Col. No. 4608. Ruvenzori Mountains, Mubuku Valley ridges. Elevation 
5,000 feet. 

321105. Vernonia sp. 

Col. No. 4608a. Subcollection for comparison. 
321106 and 321107. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

321106. Col. No. 4584. Market in Kisumu. 

321107. Col. No. 4635. Market in Kimilili. 

321108 to 321111. Zea mays L. Gramineae. Corn. 

321108. Col. No. 4568. Market in Gilgil. 

321109. Col. No. 4589. 'Mbembe'. Market in Meru. 
Col. No. 4639. From a cornfield, Mt. Elgon. Elevation 8,000 



321110. 

feet. 



321111. Col. No. 4643. 'Mbembe'. Market in Thompson's Falls. 

321112. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 

Sweetpotato. 

From Taiwan. Tubers presented by the Chiayi Branch Station, Taiwan Pro- 



vincial Agricultural Experiment Station, Shantseting, Chiayi. 
July 10, 1967. 

'Okinawa No. 100'. 



Received 



321116. 


Col. 


No. 


4649. 


321117. 


Col. 


No. 


4650. 


321118. 


Col. 


No. 


4652. 


321119. 


Col. 


No. 


4654. 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 133 

321113 to 321124. 

From Tanzania. Seeds collected by C. E. Smith, Jr., Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Received July 10, 1967. 

321113. Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. Leguminosae. Pigeon-pea. 
Col. No. 4651. 'Mbaazi'. Market in Moshi. 

321114. Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Ragi. 
Col. No. 4655. 'Bege'. Market in Kiano. 

321115. Phaseolus aureus Roxb. Leguminosae. Mungbean. 
Col . No. 4648. 'Sholoko'. Market in Moshi. 

321116 to 321123. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Common bean. 

Market in Moshi. 

'Belabela'. 

'Mrondo'. 

'Maharagi'. 

'Mahargi'. 
Market in Kiano. 

321120. Col. No. 4656. 'Mrondo'. 

321121. Col. No. 4657. 'Sisi'. 

321122. Col. No. 4658. 'Moono'. 

321123. Col. No. 4659. 'Mrondo'. Market in Gishinda. 
321124. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Col. No. 4653. 'Punde\ Market in Moshi. 

321125 to 321141. 

From Uganda. Seeds collected by C. E. Smith, Jr., Crops Research Division, 
Plant Industry Station, Beltsville, Maryland. Received July 10, 1967. 
321125 to 321130. Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Gramineae. Ragi. 

321125. Col. No. 4610. 'Buro'. Market in Karago. 
Market in Mugusu. 

321126. Col. No. 4613. 'Calo\ 

321127. Col. No. 4614. 'Calo'. 

321128. Col. No. 4615. 'Calo'. 

321129. Col. No. 4616. 'Calo'. 

321130. Col. No. 4620. 'Oburo'. Market in Fort Portal. 

321131 to 321135. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Leguminosae. Common bean. 

321131. Col. No. 4611. 'Bihimba'. Market in Karago. 
Market in Fort Portal. 

321132. Col. No. 4619. Kajera'. 

321133. Col. No. 4622. 'Bihimba'. 

321134. Col. No. 4623-a. 'Bihimba'. 

321135. Col. No. 4623-b. 'Bihimba'. 

321136. Sesamum indicum L. Pedaliaceae. Sesame. 

Col. No. 4618. 'Machande'. Market in Fort Portal. 
321137 to 321139. Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench Gramineae. Kafircorn. 



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'Ntendigo'. Market in Mubuku. 
Market in Tororo. 



321112. Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam. Convolvulaceae. 
321137 to 321139— Continued 

321137. Col. No. 4609. Market in Karago. 

321138. Col. No. 4617. 'Mugusa'. Market in Mugusu. Malting type. 

321139. Col. No. 4621. 'Omongusa'. Market in Fort Portal. 

321140 and 321141. Vigna sinensis (Torner) Savi Leguminosae. 

Cowpea. 

321140. Col. No. 4625. 

321141. Col. No. 4628. 

321142 to 321383. Oryza sativa L. Gramineae. Rice. 

From the Philippines. Seeds presented by the International Rice Research 
Institute, Los Banos, Laguna. Received July 12, 1967. 

Seed source Selection No. and cross 

IR334-1 7-1-3-1, (CP231 X SLO-17)/2 X BPI-76. 

IR334-17-1-3-2, (CP231X SLO-17)/2 X BPI-76. 

IR334-17-1-3-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17)/2 X BPI-76. 

IR224-16-1-1-3, (CP231X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-16-1-3-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-20-1-2-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-20-3-2-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-20-3-2-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-20-3-2-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-10-1-6-3-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR224-10-1-6-5-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Dawn. 

IR229-3-1-2-1, CI 9300 X Dawn. 

IR229-3-1-2-2, CI 9300 X Dawn. 

IR229-22-3-3-1, CI 9300 X Dawn. 

IR229-23-3-1-3, CI 9300 X Dawn. 

IR229-26-1-1-2, CI 9300 X Dawn. 

IR280-6-6-1-1, CI 9300/2 X Dawn. 

IR280-6-6-3-1, CI 9300/2 X Dawn. 

IR280-6-6-3-3, CI 9300/2 X Dawn. 

IR456-3-2-1, Dawn/2 X (CP231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-12-5-1, Dawn/2 X (CP231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-15-4-1, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-15-6-1, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-15-7-2, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-18-4-1, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-18-6-2, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR456-18-11-2, Dawn/2 X (CP 231 X SLO-17). 

IR212-25-3-3-2, B572A3-47-15 X B5711A1-18-6. 

IR111-7-1-2-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X BPI-76. 

IR111-35-1-1-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X BPI-76. 



321142. 


61976 


321143. 


61977 


321144. 


61978 


321145. 


66778 


321146. 


66781 


321147. 


66793 


321148. 


66798 


321149. 


66799 


321150. 


66801 


321151. 


66839 


321152. 


66843 


321153. 


66846 


321154. 


66847 


321155. 


66850 


321156. 


66854 


321157. 


66856 


321158. 


66868 


321159. 


66877 


321160. 


66879 


321161. 


67399 


321162. 


67443 


321163. 


67468 


321164. 


67471 


321165. 


67475 


321166. 


67509 


321167. 


67516 


321168. 


67526 


321169. 


68353 


321170. 


72093 


321171. 


72128 



JANUARY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1967 



135 



321125 to 321141- 

Seed source 

321172. 72264 

321173. 72327 

321174. 72343 

321175. 72346 

321176. 72350 

321177. 72354 

321178. 72476 



321179. 
321180. 
321181. 
321182. 
321183. 
321184. 
321185. 
321186. 
321187. 
321188. 
321189. 
321190. 
321191. 
321192. 



321197. 
321198. 
321199. 
321200. 
321201. 
321202. 
321203. 
321204. 
321205. 
321206. 
321207. 
321208. 



72574 
72597 
72608 
72634 
72658 
72659 
72674 
72685 
72718 
72741 
72743 
72754 
72808 
72825 



321193. 72835 

321194. 72859 

321195. 72887 

321196. 72889 



72901 
72910 
72911 
72912 
72913 
72917 
73013 
73018 
73136 
73229 
73231 
73236 



-Continued 

Selection No. and cross 

IR127-35-2-3-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Sigadis. 

IR292-21-1-12-3, Sigadis X (CP 231 X SLO-17) 12. 

IR238-1-1-1-3, (CP231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-1-2-2-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-1-3-2-1, (CP231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-1-3-3-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-B-B-128-31, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon 
S-4. 

IR238, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

(CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

(CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

(CP231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

(CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238, (CP231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

(CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-21-2-1-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-28-1-1-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-28-1-1-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-28-2-3-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR238-28-1-5, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X Nahng Mon S-4. 

IR324-2-2-1-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) /2 X Nahng Mon 
S-4. 

IR324-2-4-1-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17) /2 X Nahng Mon 
S-4. 

-1-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17/2 X Nahng Mon 



IR324-3- 
S-4. 

IR324-4-4-4-3-2, (CP 231 X SLO-17/2 X Nahng Mon 
S-4. 



IR324-5-3-3-1, (CP 231 

S-4. 



X SLO-17) /2 X Nahng Mon 



IR237-1-3-3-1, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X L. Yai 34. 
IR237-6-2-2-1, (CP231 X SLO-17) X L. Yai 34. 
IR237-6-2-2-2, (CU 231 X SLO-17) X L. Yai 34. 
IR237-6-2-2-3, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X L. Yai 34. 
IR237-6-2-2-4, (CP 231 X SLO-17) X L. Yai 34. 
IR237-